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Yii^iiJia Deacn viiyCoun 
cU in et/ect denies prop«i 
ty owners permission tn 

;i'>vt'l/iri fhoir lots OH thp 

hesapeii^ 



' five hours a 
1. 11- (i«! vote was reg- 
ered Monday afternoon, 
ouncitmay J, Curtis 
. ivap said liiat he had 
be second 

tilvuKnis au<.)ui the matter 
aad BUy tsk for recon 
siitera^Uon of th« prope? 

ty nwtidf'i: JinpUcatlOtt Or. 

■s, u «((Mitd s«tng 

iy to t*i in hiTOr 

me pro^Mfy omters. 

'>"t tllfct it wouldliave 

HWi l i|mt « tt of4)cetn 

«a(i iMy firont property 

thrAiiirhout Vm city aJidM 

u$« of tine beacbes 

IS- ICS5 ciMr. 

And (laniinK over any 
Council decision is tte pos- 
sibility Qt IltigaUon. 

The initicdiate case in- 
volves 20 2$-/oot lets 
vhieb ovDifrrs want to di- 
vide into 10 50-foot boild- 
ing sites. Alttaugti uo rel- 
evant ordljiaace exists, city 
policy reQuires that a 
'DoiUiead las to be boUt 
along the six-foot-high 
eontmr lta» ot the beach. 
fiu^&m'm line, hwever, 
im thrtlq^ the Chesa - 
j^aake f$JA lote so the 
iiropertf owners had sought ' 
a vaiiincft to permit them 
Uf bullA tin bulkhead on 
the teor-foot contour line, 
it was the re^iitst for 
tills variuice which was 
tamed dfMfn Uookf after- 
noon by a vot« of S-5. Vot- 
; for the variance were 
ceA.tkilUnd 



lance w«r« VlMlla 
trlek L. Standi^t. OoiiAeil- 
womaa M«ytra E.fibem- 
dorf , and ConncilniMi Juba 
A, %un, J, Hett?y McCoy 
and Pa^.CouKili^4iiRo- 
bert 8. Cromwett Jr. (was 
A buildi^ site M Chesa- 
p^Ae Bea^ ||Kl altlwugh 
it is over SOV f|«riB away 
froo JiM pn|HPlty to qocs- 
tion, le choi^ to atataia. 
Couo^ lutt been talUng 
for a lov ttpie about de- 
vel<9tog k liiitoni policy 
for o@»n iM bay front 



leci u^e 
provide 

City M 
..anbury 
Council two alte[;i](^lyes 

1. counoii .mjmm. 

some type of caOpHbs 
legislation and have it test- 
ed in ccMi permitUnf de- 
vetepmem only at least 50 
feet from the higK water 
line or front the estta>lisb- 
ed dune grass line. Since 
such action would laidte 
some of the Iqts uitluJlM- 
ible Council woidd then 
have to consider condem- 
nation of these lots, Or... 

2. COttKll could allow 
property otbers to build 
bat only after following e- 
laborate precautions such 
as eniltiiettriQg pilings, like 
tnpse w«ii firr the Cfewsa- 
PMke fifty Bridge foiin^, 
to withstand storms. 

hanbwt poioied out that 
defying lxra|»erty otaers 
permits to build on pUtt«J 
loti mi^t be cosstmed as 
eendemnattbi without coin- 
peosatlon. llie cost of ac- 
quiring all the "unlMlldo 
Ible" projterty would rfinge 
from a low of |600,(i00 on 
the bay front to a hife;b oi 
"bilUbtts" on thr ocean 
front, Btloly atSand^ridgc 
and Crotfn. 

At an^.tafOrmil Coucil 
sesaion Monday RtaiMty 
dladissed private versus 
piibtlc interest la thwtea- 
pfaes, which be said has 
bete debatable for years. 
Re saM- on &• «a«t coaat 
pHfat* ttterm have tra- 
dltipoaUy? «w«Med public 
interests . aad. on the weat 
coast, niMicjiterestfr have 
excOedM |>rivate intenwts. 

In a siiidy of some other 
ciUes. Ha aaid. that Fl«r- 



and gulf teach 
frqitk. m. said the law 
d|^e Is that the building 
let back Ilaa must be 50 
im beytnit the high water 
line tMermined by wlfre 
sea Qi^ start gnfwiflg. 

Virginia, however, is 
unique IBi that it is not a 
high water state, he said, 
and more conU be accom- 
pUibed if llie stete had en- 
fMB% legl^tiofr to esteb- 
Ibih the high water Une. 

(Contiqued on <i|ge I) 




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51st Year/No. 9 

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W«dn*^iiiy, March 2. 1977 City ef Virginia Beach, Va. Two Sections 15 cents 




Kelly of Virginia Beach donates a pint of blood at the Red Cross blood donor room at the Virginia Beach 
Family Center. Nurse Marilyn Asby makes sure everything is all right. See page 5 for the story 

That's no April Foot joke 

sewer taxes 



the *9m 
Will go 



KOmmiM, water pn^ta 10S 
aadiN^fl^^Cl^ 
J[^.fOF aM fte JeAOI MR- 
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unn.1 Miuac sevAGE force 




effect Apr. 1 



. Wf I<EE CAHILL 
Wl( KiMic ^yiSilrs Ibpoter 
8tartii« iM^ 1, inr^tfa Beach res- 
UMa iMn pay pifim vwter mi aew- 
«■ rat« to fliuace a |9.1 a^ion 
revenue boid ii^M which will be uMd 
to meet urg^it needs ci the utiUty 
syafew- 



AitfMn-izatkm of the bonds and Hie 
rate hikes were both approved Mon- 
day afternoon by City Coimcil follow- 
iBg a 2 1/2 hour long public hearing. 

Coueil also authorised the issuance 
of |7 million in general obligation 
bomb of which $4 million will be 
for partial |^ym«its for school con- 




struction and |S million for utilities 
projects. The 13 million subsequent- 
ly will be replaced by funds from the 
revenue bbiid issue. City Manager 
George Hanbury said that the $9.1 
millimi will finance only construction 
of projects tbrougli this calendar y^r. 
Council's actions are in line with 
recommmdatioas of the Mayor's Com- 
mittee on Water and Sewer rates which 
also reoMnmeaded that a referradum 
be bekl on Hov. 8 for approval of a 
139.9 mlllk» bond issue needed to 
ONBplete tte dty's five-year water and 
sewer program. The bonds will be 
"doidde-barreled" tai that tbey wUl 
have the full - baeky« of tte city 
behind them like general obligation, 
which will make ttem less expensive, 
and will be repaid from revoues irf 
the rtllity system like revenue boaiB. 




VIRGINIA UKACH 

It's your 
money 




of the tsU reed. 



a Ms* 
iiMttat 
Ttetee 




ik^rdtav to mm peU^, tterc 

i^^iuni wd fte airtMaatle tett 

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tlw eoaitfttee also reccnameded 
Uirt etttseas be asked lo vela OfrHov. 
8 tor tte removal o( fbtt Vb|^ida 
back's preseat |10 miUloa boattag 
itaMatta im g«eral oMUattoB boaia 
la u$ year. 

8lBbn7 i« ejected to have ttese 
two lefeieaiuws oa tte agemla m^ 
weUt 

CmbcU also M»n4sed HaBbary to 
•ogottite the pM'dHMKrf p^tamte rtU- 
IMt Mm to Mn tt eai^ner to mte 
an impartial ^tta^. Uibory ^d 
tfeat tmuim at m^m*. ^m^ ^ 
^ <^ and eaginmi Ured by tte 
MUttos vary gri^tty nd that the «W- 
ttta have ^reed to pay tor M per 
wt0 9l ^ lee of a third aid tat^tf- 
^iMglaeer. 



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The water rates will be increased 
from 82 cents per 1000 gallons for 
users up to 30,000 gallons. SewM* 
bills will be increased to $10 bi-month- 
ly from $4 for the same period for; . 
single bmilies dwellings and multi- 
&mily units will be charged $10 bi- 
monthly for the first unit and $7.S0 
for each additional unit. 

Discounts for high volume users 
were also approved — 88 cents per 
1000 gaUcms for users of 30,000 to 
300,000 gaUcms of water and 85 c«its 
per 1000 gallons for users of 300,000 
or more gallons of water, and for 
botels and motels the first unit will 
be charged $10 bi-monthly for sewcB- 
service and each additional miit^l. 

R^ Irving, r^resenting tte Nott 
Virgtob Beach Civic League, said the 
League Ms in hivor of ttie CouBciTs 
acttons, but pointed out that his area 
has semi i» improvement in service 
in 40 ynu-s. He said the Lngue was 
concerned about having imdequate nn 
pnrtecUott. WhUe tte L^gae eadonad 
the boad issue and higher rates. It 
wants Ccmncil to establish anewprlM-- 
ity list for all aew capital li^rowe- 
mrats feUowing pubUc hearings. 

Hr uged Council to "teU it like it 
is," aad give reasons and ratted for 
cqittal outlays. "If we do it tte ili^ 
wiy ttf pridic will back tte rtfina- 
4m,.." Irvtog aske d w ha tt w^te te- 
ereased rates wouM supfKvt tte ^o- 
gn« iK OBlj cm ynr. 

Vte Mayor I^trld^ L. ^wMg, 
ch^fMBa of the Mayor's wnaMle, 
' aiM'*we COM mot say tkerafes votti 
aet Mfport the five yMr program bat 
ta^fld mm tmr om jmr aad ttvy 
winkad.. te%Fwe&ytog to be «*-..." 

A.J. CMntiag. anwbttcrftheMiy- 
or's Comidttee. pnwHMMMJM^BHt-' 
iag el wlwre ^ many mM be ^eM 
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Ha*ary mM ttat the oi^mI r^M 



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. ji $jO niiUion revenue bond 
If; by Buck Seifttrt and Jost, 
engineers, will cost approz- 
.ir »»4.000. 

Irew Heatwole preserted ttte m- 

lioraement of the VitflBia BMcUtoird 

of Realtors. 

Henry D. Green m of tbe l&nd- 

Bncb Civic LMgue, said tbe 

agrMd «itk the water rates 

the bMds but (^osed tbe redw:ed 

tes for larger users. 



>etar; 'Yoy are asking, 
to subsidize hotels...' 



also saM tbat tte bl->BMittily 
lln; wiU increase tte cost M tbe 

by one-tlrirt. 

'Standing said tMIAAcannd^eerec- 

imended U^naaMtfy ntter ttea 

irterly paynents because of tbe high 

frcentage (rf biMsients id tbe city. 

the time resMstJ receive a ^lart- 

Hy bill, they a«r be t^.^tetan- 

voney is Mst tet my. 
I CouBCilnan ft^rt R. Cromwell said 
at if the bi-mcsthly stetements prove 
wsattstn^ory, tte system can be 

lU^ Joan CMb^r ejected to increased 

>'^HttM. **YoQ are asking as to sul^i- 

i^Hiae IkAcIs... ttw JMter rate has been 

.'^■icrflcsetail w^^ «ad we won'tlULiw 

^ny water tUs ttnmer. She st«gested 

that ice masUa^ at mcrtels ud bezels 

L|^ operated only between 2 and t%.m. 

^k»d 7 aM » 9.111.. Jtttw^ pools be 

V reqaired to in^itt iavi^^ to recycle 

ter, aod ^t i^tetartWi fees be 

irged tor mter is restaaraats so 

it won't be wasted. Ms. Cbrtetar 

;ed (^McU to "nitl and void the 

le ptckH(«" 



if^: 'If we do it the 
ight way, the public will 
bacl^ ttie refererMkim. 

CoaBcilnni Jote R. Griffin said the 
it to volume usei^ is an inceo- 
to industry and that the rost of 
water and sewer Uaes to 
__ wttUb an apartm^ emnptei ot 
iMlrt «re lower. 
CenridJteid, wto lives ia'norMi^- 
^^ded to ttle mawtatory hook- 
Ca4iV« of tlie ^er and sew«- 
He jQtotod ovt ttmre was 
lazge^r^ted ctmrtii^ty Urtag in Vir- 




VIRGINIA BKACH 

It'syom 
money ■ 



ftnia 8«ich cm ftxed incomes and tte 
^tttoB to MUtles tor 1^00 was a 
••»rtous blow." 

, Re said a graw^tl^r^ clause s^hM 
be {ffov^d tor peo|de who were tald 
they (M 0^ haw to took iv to cl^ 
water prevtously and now are beiqi 
toreed to. He said 1k had a 16S-tort 
M¥ veil which proteces the sameUnd 
d water "BayvUle Farms is selliai 
iff tte, gallon to peqde who dcm't want 
city water." Wheauittoritiestave mU 
ttet i^rtlc water will run out by 1980, 
he MiA, "why add a whole batch aS 
peoide to tte lii^?" 



Standing- 
to be fair. 



'We were trying 




He said he tad a eeipstttutioua rigM 
to ra)^ his ^"qperty so loig as he 
does n^ interfere wlQi tte rif^ <A 
o^en. "I can't s» bow any ordinance 
eas be pot ta saytagyoii can't use your 
win.. .My aipply is goihg to last linger 
(thaa the dty's" 

M&yrar Clarei^ 4. Holland said there 
iu't uvtU^ fa tte ortfnaoee saying 
a penow has to op his well, oaly 
ttat tterefip be aa erpss omnectioDs. 

R^ Slid there wyB BO (tanger (rf his 
BOildBg cross eooaecttoa, "I'm afraid 
the «ily water woald kwse 19 ny well." 

Staadiog saM that he woold wA dis- 
agree ttiat Uiere wmild be coraen»timi 
problems if the "we dont develi^ 
water sources for the entire area... 
but I ttink it WiU be s(dv«l." 

Ms. Ann Greenberg also objected to 
the mandatory poritoitftheor^nance. 
She charged tbat CooacU "prevailed" 
(n eMBininity Indent to sign petitkms 
fior w«t» tat nelgUxHliOods. Tte dty 
reqpdres thM ''S per , c^ of tbe 
rmUmit ti a a^hboriiood ie«dre 
m^Ute belbft the sy^em is amstni^Gea; 

Jtary A. iSn:^ (rf the Ocean Park 
catlc Uiiiia, made a plea for Uw 
wltamsuAiMms who d^aot ose 0* 
mtomnm amdbit of witer bsk are re- 



fured, tqr mtnimum Ims, to subsi- 
diw the laq^r. mere wiM^ users, 
^e also was a^inst U-moMhly bill- 

^^•■^ 
SmUm sM he tgreM awl that a 

sta^ would be m^. 

Ittiberi D. TatM, of M Bayside 

Braimgh, sui^orted tte ordinances, 

M said ttat n» ct^^Anuld never 

have beM put in ajo^tttoa we are 

in BOW ttat we have ^ alternative. 

It ^mld wA have r^^M crisis pro- 

porttms." Re also crltins^ Council's 

prtortkt^ 4b p^4acts a^ as the pur- 

ewa <tf Itose &11, Mttler's and GEX. 

StonUat said tbat "we don't believe 
everyM^I iK've dm in tbe past is 
owrect, M. tte soli^lM to the prob- 
lem is wtat is in M report. Snce 
Virginia B^eb merged with Priwiess 
Aia^ (^nty in IMS, he said, |3? 
milUw Itts been sp^ on water and 
sewer. Of ttat amooal 50 per cent 
has bew spent in tte jjyt three years. 

Conneilman Geoifelt. Ferrell siidj 
"We have not been a de-Mtbing coun- 
cU. 

Mrs. Reeves McCUaiaB, of the Vir- 
glala Beach Council vi Civic Orgaoi- 
lattoas, liked tbe idea of aiq[»iatli« 
cltiMUi to tbe Mayor's Committee an) 
saa^iM CoHKil ^ more of this 
in the future. 

Si^rt P. Cushmaa said that "when 
yoQ force me to buy nmetbing I dtm't 
need aixl (k»'t wa^I protest." He 
nld he would eontUii^ to protest until 
"you can show me ^ endaagering 
som^Kidy else'a rig^ (by using my 
own vreU)," He sa^ he wcMdd ^ree 
to pay a fire pnrtectttil^. 

Hutairy debited flOs eo^ be done, 
but sah) he ^n»ld JttVe tte city at- 
torney look op tbe n^rf 



Reid: 'I'm afraid city water 
would louse op^ni^ well. 



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SnBdtaig iaid he Ms bothered by 
some <tf the reconanendations is the 
Mayor'Sj^^xot .' mrf Eluded on Mon- 
day's ag«&. RuMry nid tbat imly 
tbe lo^ssing reccoimeailittbns were 
taken 19 and that the others w<mld 
be inteli)^ later. . 

Hie TDtes on the b(»d issues and 
rate increases irare unanimcnis. 7be 
vote 00 liirta« an «igineer as a oaed- 
iator for die wqui^Ni of polrate «tll- 
tttes was 104 wl^llrs. Ol^adorf 
disswUng. 



Even in Flondii, hesatd, 

water lln- '^ and 

in court caset 'se 

their owndefirii 

Hanbury suggested that 
Virginia duplicate what 
Florida has done, but the 
question is "What do we 
do in the interim?" 

In the Chesapeake Park 
lots in question, some lots 
are underwater, he said, 
and while people have been 
paying taxes on these "un- 
buildible lots" some of 
thes^'Sre appraised at on- 
ly IWO s»Wle the value of 
these lots would be 100 
times ttutt amount if ttey 
were tMildible. 

If the city were to ac- 
(piire aU tbeprc^erty wbicb 
latn^s in the 5Q-foot lim- 
it ftOK the Little Creek 
A^lUNws Base to the 
Leaner Bridge, m(^ of it 
"u^NiUdible", the cost 
would be a low of $M0, 
MO. But ifthept^rty was 
nnwd at "MDdUe'^ hay 
frwt pn^rty ^ tte value 
^itM ^sily rin to $60 
miUifm. 

A^qtflrttoB ^ctf rimilar 
pr^erl^ at^' &HflHldge 
wNiM be fargreater-tcm- 
edvudily in tte U]U<ms. 

UatU or if ^ state a- 
do^ oabUng kgistaititm. 
HftriMiry suggested that tte 
city could assume CMStal 
plaias legistotioi imder 
gweral law provisicms. 
Pnqjerty owners, also 
would be encouraged toes- 
tabl^ a dmie line by plan- 
ting sea obts ahd ferttli- 
tiag and stabilising the 
dunes for which bulkheads 
are sorry sidistttutes. 
Bulkheads seem to attract 
tte water, Hhnbuiy said. 
Many property owners have 
made an extreme effort to 
estabUsb dune lines, he 
said. 

The alternative is to al- 
low building, tNit;(»ly un-. 
der stringent require - 
ments. 

Payne said that litigation 
seemed imminent "what - 





tj>i-.j. 




l^fte 

at Cysa^akie Park and 
with developer Jim Wood 
applied for the varlaiace, 



pointed out Uiat ttKei- 

":in ci': /■n^lnjnr 

wiiat 1 ni trying 10 au. n,- 
said it was never h^* 'r- 
tention to bulldc 

dunes behind his 1 », 

all of the 20 lots are "high 
and dry", and that 50 feet 
of sahd dunes will' be left 
behind his property line. 
The 1926 subdivision or- 
dinance for the property 
granted him permanent and 
perpetual easement to this 
property, he said, and "the 
city cannot deny me of 
my access." The only thing 
the city can do is condemn 
bis property, he said. The 
^ 70-foot deep lots are 
l<»ated between Beaufort 
Avenue and the Chesapeake 
Bay Bridge - Tunnel. 

Three groups have in- 
terests in the nutter --pri- 
vate property owners of the 
bay front property, private 
and the public. 

Mills said that for the 
majority of the pe^vde who 
live beUad where I pro- 
pose to Iwiki the real is- 
sue is a bare view of tbe 
bay. Ttey not ymi to take 
ma property aaiV^ve it 
to item. It's inmic that 
these same pe<q>le who 
<taa*t want us, Inult right 
oi| tte sand dunes. They 
wifi put tt^r b<ttte on our 
pivperty, play vollc]4all 
oa mtr prqiierty..." Mills- 
saM tbat tte property (20 
lote) U ia^oved would re- 
alise ^0,<^ in taxes. 

Of tte 363 bay frcnt lots 
widch WMild bU within tte 
prescilbed 50 foot ilailts 
ftudbfary said that 93 are 
devetofied, 270 are unde- 
vefoped and of tte latter. 
Wl are under water and 
119 should he striflg«itly 
r^ulated or ccmderanedi 
Mills property would fall 
in tte last category. 

Julian C. Brown, who 
said te owned 23 Ifif s on 
tte bay of which nine are 
Wderwater, said "ttese 
'people (owners of lots te- 
blnd tte tey fnmf lots) 
have no idea abcnit eo^er- 
vation. It's dog eat dog... 
if my proper^ la con- 

falr^ market value 'wPlbe 

pro^rty on tte east side 

which has bem developed." 

Allen Jmies Jr,. 1^ 0^- 



pOliev 

ftir.i 






^vn rt^uiauc 
«hf» property * 

iires a 

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there was no way Mills 
could build his house 30 
feet from tte street. 

Rotert J. Smith said that 
more consideration should 
be given to the esthetics 
value than to the monetary 
aspects. "If the whole wa- 
terfront was alive with pil- 
ing, we'd have a coqcrete 
jungle. He said he had 31 
more names to add to the 
petition with 450 signers 
whu are in opposition to 
the variance. 

Attorney Grover Wright, 
wte represented "a coup- 
le of property owners" lo- 
cated directly behind tte 
property in questioo said 
that tte city ought to form- 
ulate a uniform policy. If 
you have to go into a prop- 
erty suit, "Mr. MiUs prop- 
erty U a JH>0'S place to 
start, te said, tm have 
to praj^t tte pe<9le wte 
owit' llM , as well as a 
^lic b^eb "You face it 
and you make a decision... 
You can't please every- 
body." 

Mayor Holland said that 
wtiie CooncU can't look at 
tte issue of blocking some- 
me's vie«, tte use Of a 
public teach is cerUinly a 
concern and so is tte pro- 
tection in inland arras. 

Standing said te did not 
ttink "we should grant a 
variance. I'm notnying 
it's a decisi<m for all prop- 
erty. The reasim we're in 
this is because we'redeal- 
ing Witt old lots and old 
subdivisions. 

Baum said that if it's a 
matter of i»bUc versus 
private rights, it's "our 
riK^OBSttillty to protect 
peltXLc rights.'' What people 
do >wlth tteir own proper- 
ty," however, ha said, "is 
tteir own rigtt unless it 
adye^ly affects c^ei^." 

Mrs. (%erndorf said that 
tte Virginia Beach Tomor- 
>^* l^siyp recommend- 
ed 
turtf 

er and let him take us to 
court." 



going tu(i(j 
savs con- 

.en to public referendum, 
Mrs. Obemdorf said. 

When Standing expressed 
doubts about voting "a- 
gainst something that's not 
written," Wright said tbat 
when the ai^Ucant asked 
for a variance, he admitted 
a policy existed. 



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Vin^ite Baaeh Ibyw daraaee Htflaad. He^ta« IMMs 
raitiBd tta mn» that "ne" date Is March U.litaight 
9t IM T«aa QIaee daaea at tte Doom, ara Kavta O'MeB 
aad UBda McKaa of tte Teaa Diaeo daMe eomtftlse. 
Dabhia is flte etty maaafar oa tte aaayer'a yoofli eaaKil. 
aai akag vUh tte VlrgMa Baaeh ReplaM Faattotf , ite 
eoaaeil is spoasortag 'Taaa IHsra. He Vai^ aad Iwtle 
atarts at i p.B irttt maslc &t» Jaaea '^i^ala naeo" 
Ibaa. Tto^ts are |1 ia advaaee from mf jnMdh eeaadi 
■ambers aad at tte Doaae box ofBee. Ttey'U te|LM 
at the door Mar. 11. ThU is tte saMtad M^Ibm prt- 
iMttvtf avairt ef tte year. 



Millie Miles invites you to browse 
through her collection c^ 

antique C% 



Wa^hingbm and Lincoln's 
Urtkteys, GroBBittag's Day 
and Tatentines Day make tte 
■ontt of February a spec* 
iai iaoirth. But for Avlatioa 
Boafitwainsaato Fads lUrd 
Claaa (ABF3) Carol Ann 
lOeli^ ttif^ ffloatt is extra 
qweial because dw was cho- 
sea Ocean Mml Air Sta- 
ttOB Saifor of tte Moatt for 
Fetouary. 

^ty Officer Nichols ins 
cited fta* perfiHrpioK beras- 
aigaed tadcs it uoatrtaod- 
tag maHier, dnnoastifttiiig 
exMptieeal tikUttyadknoW'- 
ledte ia all j^mbs oi ter 
ra^, aad peitemiag mH- 
itiOBal adminirtrative du - 
ttes ia assisttalf ter nip> 
erfors. Acconl^ to tte ci- 
tetioB, ^e willi^y and dU- 
i^^y accepiid r^x»- 
sibility, and friqMdly eoa- 
trttited saggesttoDs ttet re- 



sulted in better ser^ce to 
siQ^orted sguadrons. 
Brid^ion. Carol's iKHne 




tomi, is in tte showHoe state 
of Missouri. "All ttis eoU 
weather is mddngmeteme- 
sick," she kmorts. 

^LBFS Nichfdsvrasttefirst 
woiaaB aasiined to tte O- 
^NM ftel farms. It i^ not 
Omsoal to see ter driving 
aroiffld tese in a^if^tilW' 
sud i^oB reftotier truck. 
"I a^edforthls^. IM- 



Joy it became it keeps me 
mrtdoors. Since I really love 
woridng oirtside ttat's a bo- 
nus!" Carol says. 

Miss Kicbols and ter fi- 
aace AMS2 ^rmCameiQa 
of Attack SqnadrOB 35, plan 
to marry in Se^mber. 

Liquid emhralderinc is 
Carol's &nirite hobby. ' 




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RADIO SHAki 

HIT 

ISCCpiKr 

IISTEil 

IT'S 

li'lilVFllli"'* 

fif ALL Of 




CarolNlchofs 



than 
tte ccmpetttion. 



fureitore 
glassware 



silverware 
art (4>jects 



Mfh 



handcrafts 




^ery 

brass sculirturra ^gyg 





oM cfanrs st^ pUte 
rare M^Mors item 



-tall 



tZt Virguiu ^MABlvd. 
4*3-1600 



(Md to (M Mftvlir} 




lie teff m-3SM •• one of five great electfwlc regtsters 
mm ttMttmtj-pm. tte famous SterplmiMssM^riw^ 
Mm i^NN you man tMlvet, mme nJae Oaa ai^ cub 
^^ten tt lu pr^ ria^ 

• Autwwtic tax efln^utitnn via mt t^te 

• S^NVUmnt totiris iMth eountt 

• TMili and courttoj 1v ■!« •' fk^in„ «. 
Mwed-on-aecount |mW-ou 

voU, etc. 

• Mundby d#n*ffmiia- 



Call us tor a frtt temMstrattoo' 




tobe^youciitlis^fit ^dd 

G^i^ back tit itt^e to umt — iMtti a BMft h^ 
from your ftfends at Qetrw Am^ts. Wei i^^ a pm- 
gram of exeidse just fw yew! ^Mk&Miie-mmtMt imciiiws. 
P" lots of personal help, too, Wfe've got tt« 

i the price — to put you on the Bqht^^ 

' us to help you 9>- 

UniyM Per Week H» 

An Amx. 





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lu-mm M 4^-^i^fM^^np«n|npiqpwipw^i^|ii9PPPiPiPi««Pi^1PP9i9HP^PPPpi|Pi^i^^ 



^ Give your old blue Jeans 
to church clothing drive 



Vlifialft Iteaek tai, Msrch 2, 19?? - A-t 



A iirtr« ta- vstd elotUq; 
tad. blattets «iU be an- 
duetetf ia many VitsliteKK* 
ch ch«n:li«s throi^^K»a Hit 
nuffiUi of March, »ad contri- 
tniUms !%ceived will be pro- 
cessed by Cluircb World Ser- 
M&b Id (ttstrftrtioo to needy 
vice for distriixitioD to 
M«^ persons ora/seas. Tke 
Ret. Tl»»as H. Britton, 
eialrn)aa of tbe Concern Ar- 



ea OB Oir^i Ministries erf 
tte YirgiBiaCWKllirf Char- 
ges, ^ statei^ that cloth- 
ti^ switaUe for all ages and 
all cUmates vlll be accept- 
ed, %ws, iMwever, are wA 
not N^g a(di*cted» flor are 
hats, belts, fmnu and other 
access^es. 

Clotting ml blank^s col- 
lected sbntld he packed ia' 
cardboard tiozes vdtb t(q>s 



and sMttld be securely ti^L 
Pla#tc bags are mt sult- 
lAle MiMilMrs for clothii^ 
MntrAutlons. 

The Lynahaven Colony U- 
m^ Cbnirch of Christ. 221? 
Ndrtt Great Keck Road, wiU 
serve as a ccdlecticw 4epot 
UMi will be (^pen to receive 
coaib-Mrti(»s on Sunday^ 
Mar. 27, fnwi 2:30 unUl 6 



p.m. The clbtUq; will be 
^k«i K m Mar, U by £ 
iruek tnm tte CbuKh Wor- , 
M Service Clothing Center, 
New Windsor, Maryland. 



Cash CMtrttwtioDS topur- 
cltase oev blankets ($4 each) 
may be sent to the CWS 
Clothing App«il. POfioz 961, 
Elkhart, tMUaaa 46514. 




Baptist chorale 
sings tonigiit 

at Emmanuel 



J. 



Westoyan Friends Set goal 

Dls^H«^ Idiis U>T the 1»?7 "Friends of Virginia Ves- 
l^rM Ctfla^ f rogram are Va. Wealeyan prasMeat Lam- 
balli M. Clarke (rigbt} and James M. Fletcher, "FrtMds" 
city chatnuB Ibr Viifiaia Beach. Fletcher is Virginia 
beadi aMtaaftr for Smuts, Itotiniek and Cmnpaiqr. The 
goal of ibe "FriaBda" nnoal glfiag program this ymr is 
USO^OOO. Funds received go primarily for oaresblcted 
openiitac MRport, library bocks and matoriala and achtdar- 
ahJ^ aid, since Va. Wealeyaa reertves no direct state tax 
ftmdft^^lpr qwrallng s«n>ort. iUwot 190 a Che college's 
657 ^udeabi craie from Virginia Beadi. 



Thanks, SUN! 

To Qie editor: 

On behalf of the staff and students of Star of the Sea 
sistiool, I would like to thank you for your excellent cov- 
erage of our recent activities as featured in the F^ru- 
arf<^t3rd Vfrginia ]§each Sun. You can imagine bow de- 
lighted the children %ere to see themselves "in^print." 
TUa tfpe pS recognition means so much. 

We will certainly call you should we have any news- 
w^^y items in the futu!%. 
I again, thank you. 



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The Liberty ^ptist Col- 
lege Chorale will be h^rd 
in ciHicert tonight Mar. 2, 
at 7 p.m., at the Emmaa- 
vel Baptist Church, 4750 
Baxter Rd. 

The road team includes 
seven young men and six 
yomg ladies. They c(»Qe 
equipped with .their own 
soimd system, and orches- 
tntted accompaniment 
tracks for many of their 
mimbers. 

The program wlU present 
the gospel, through spiri - 
tuals and gospel wmg, as 
well as with traditional hy- 
mns of the church. in un- 
usual arrangements. So - 
loists ai^ small - group 
numbers will be featured, 
as well as readings by some 
of the gifted speakers, and 
personal testimonies by 
others. 



Liberty Baptist College is 
one of the ministries of the 
niomas Road Baptist 
^Church, where Dr. Jerry 
FalweU is pastor. The Sun- 
day Schpol averages in ex- 
cess Of 6,000 we<ddy. 

These fourteen musicians 
travel ten months a year, 
covering 80,000 miles, ap- 
pearing in 300 concerts. 
They are also one of the 
music features of the Old- 
Time Gospel Hour, a week- 
ly coast-to-coasf television 
program, with Dr. FalweU. 

The public is cordially in- 
vited to attend the program; 
there will be no admission 
charge. The Emmanuel 
Baptist Church is located 
on Baxter Road one block 
from the intersection pf 
. Holland Road and Indepen- 
dence Boulevard. 



WOmens Aglow 



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..jBtaiidf^.^^.gj.. ijr'is* 



Beach arrivals 



Helen Easterly, director 
of correspondence for the 
Christian Broadcasting Net- 
work, will be the special 
guest speaker at the month- 
ly luncheM of Women's A- 
glow Fellowship of Virginia 
Beach on Mbnday, Mar. 7 

-rfap-, ■■'.■« *■: - ■- -iip> 
'- Auif Helen," as she is 
affectionately known to thou- 
sands, is a skilled Bible 



teacher and minister to wo- Mar. 4. 



men and children of alleges, 
sqpplementing her verbal 
abiUties with chalk-talks, 
puppeteering and scrip- 
ture-music. 

The luncheon begins at 11 
a.m. and the price is $3.50 
per person. Reservations 
are necessary. Pl^tse call 
:fl(niie^4rafti«ift#?rS609 
Ann Metcaif 340-8926, Grace 
MuriAy 853-3729 or Barba- 
ra Terry 481-6630. Call by 



Mr. and krs. Nacy A. 
, Evans, boyj. 

Mr. and Mrs. William 
M. Cttdtelloe, boy; 

i|r. and Mrs. David 
T.ilorse, boy. 

Mr. and Ifrs. Gustav Ken- 
neth Johnson, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. James Lar- 
ry Davis, son; 

Mr and Mrs. Michael Ri- 
ley Gomez, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael 
llMVnas HarreU, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Larry James 
Gray, daughter; and 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hen- 
ry Ward, son. 

Mr. apd Mrs. John 
Bright Faaell Jr., son; 

Mr. awi Mra. David 
Lemard CastiUottx, daugh- 
ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Lee Moorman, da!vghter; 

Mr. and Mra. Jerry 
Raatell Belcher, son; j 

Mr. and Mrs. PltfiUp 
Cornel Simpsw, daughter; 



Mr. -knd Mrs.j Frank 
Stephens Callender, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. George 
Drummond Durall, soik; 

Mr. and Mrs. l^ichael 
Clemen Dixon, daughter; 

Mr. and - Mrs. John 
Frank Malbon, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen 
Wayne. Jc^son, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Terry 
Lee Neal, s<m; 

Mr. and , Mrs. Gary 
Thomas Hollender, stm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward 
Small Card, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. IrvinD. 
Abemathy, s<»i; 



In Windsor Woods — 
Plaza -- ^ Green Run 



The Catholic Parish 
Qf the Hoiy Spirit 



IVl888eo> 

7 p.m. Sat; 9:30 & 1 1 a.m. Sun. 
Telephone 340-7 1 22 




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ST 

Unkftoni Park SdnoxA 
1413 LasUn Rd. 



p- 481-4471 

Rev. C.V. guiding, Jr. 

iPastor 

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 
&nday Emring Serv^e 
7t00 p.m. 



TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CMJRCH OF TH^ 

Rev. IHvid R(flstetai, Pastor 

5514 Pai^meM 
Ph. 4B7-.S'K13 

Suntty Uboti Mr. - 9:4^ 

A.M. 

HMr of IttaA^ 10:50 a.m . 

*rtM',l^A,*Ad 

Pelow^^fftOffP V 

ibu' • i:m 

AM. 

PM. 

WrtMAfiiy MM-w^k 

l>-llft7:»P.M. 



Hear inspiring testimony 
and annointed teaching! 

FuH Gospel Business Men's Fellowship 

I Eastern Virginia Regional Conventiorv | 

I March 3 through 6 | 

:•: Orm\ International Hotel, Norfolk Jj 
:•: For reservations and information call; $ ' 

..atuHn, 488-2709 

• VINCENT SPECKHART, M.D., assistant professor 
of mecRcine. MCV AND EVMS. 

• ROGER VISSER, D.D.S.. director of tne 
"Vir^inte Reach ExrN»rhnent", a 
dru^ Outreacti progr»ir, 

• ^HN N. CANTON, M.D 
Ctiief of gynecology, 
Bayslde Hospital, 
Virginia Beach. 





Space courtesy of WJLYi Radio and Joseph MizeHe 



Hogge Bro8.^lQrribiiig-^ 
Heating-Elec. Service 

2216 N. Great Neck Road 481-7694 
Sewer k Water Connections 



Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fmniture-Beddiog-Carpeting 



Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
eharies C. Hale, St. & Staff 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 SlKire Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz L Employees 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 P^bnrice MaU 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stero 



Willis Furniture at HIHtop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums & Staff 

All Star Electric. Inm 

1 425 Air Rail Ave. 464-6231 



Kempeviile Pharmacy 



> 5266 Princess Amie Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lymi Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros, inc. 

Plumbing-Heating- Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633, 

Weather Malcers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
WUliam L. Hendricks & Staff 



John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

■t 1964 Laskin Rd. 

Jdtn M. Wright & Associates 

Keitam A Eaton, Inc. BIdg, Sippiies 

Princess Ann Statton 427-S200 
Frank A David KeUam 



Furniture Showrooms 

'- ' 828 E. Littte Cre^ Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy 
Sandy Bolin fc Employee 



Commercial b Industrial 

Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr & Employees 



$|ohl Realty Cbrp. 



4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. Stohl k Associates 



Compliments of Early 
Distributing Co. 

HAU Construction Co. 

815 ladastrial Ave. 545-7891 
Monte P. ftmell ft Employees 

* 

l^tors Plumbing A Heating Co. 

1629 Salem Rd. 497-8794 

Sewer b Water Coimecticms A ^)ecialty 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 ttonney Rd. 347-1161 
Clinton Teets ft Staff 



Shniele Funeral Home 

379$ Bonney Rd. between 
Independence & Rosemont 
A. Neal Kellum, Gen Mgr. & FuB Dir. 

Kellam-Eaton insurance Co. 

311 Pacific Ave. 424-9161 



Mggins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-31^ 
Cecil M. Ilarnson ft Associates 



Rosewood Memorial Parle 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 



Hilton Appliance Service 

4737 Honey Grove 497-5707 
?0ut01Whack^^ CallMack: 



R. C. Greer Plumbing A Heating 

Sewer and Water Hook-ups 
B93 iBttu River Rd. 420-7003 



This feature Is made posstole tlwough the cooperation 
of our ministers. It Is paid for br these area firms who believe 
our churches are a vital pmrt of our commwilty Nfe. 



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Jason Wall of 404 1 E. Harpers Road 
tries on a firefighter's mask but his 
brother Andrew doesn't approve. 



Terry Houston gets the feel of a 

fire- fighter's mask, assisted by vohmteer 

^ck Theodosiou. 

fsfof r and g^otos by Gary FuKerton, 
&mi^ws Editor 



WUstles blew, bells rang 
waA S^rky the Fire Dog 
wowed tbeyoui^stersasvol- 
uoteers of tbe Oceana Fire 
wares at BlUtop Nortli^i^ 
pl% Center Satun^y. 

Tke volMscrs tnm Oce- 
an were sbowing tbe citi- 







zens of Virginia Beach 
^ir primary area ol fire 
filling and rescue respon- 
.alUUty, operating from tteir 
h^d/fust^rs at UOlBaine 
Drtve across from Virginia 

Beach Genenl HospitaL 

CapWn "Bo" BareUyand 
Lleutammt Joe Lane oidain- 
ed that the Oceana Volmi- 
teer fire department would 
be starting tbeir annual fttnd 
drive for operating funds 
ta ytkj, aWtte demwstra- 
tion of flre^dgtting eqittp- 
ment &turtey iraoMhel^ac- 
qnaint peqple with, tiie toI- 
mrteer's <Ntpibliitleii. 




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Sparky the Fire fighting Dog [portrayed by LlDtcky Taylor) meets yoimgshopbem 
at Hilltop North (I to r] Teresa Houston, Kelly Bishop, BobRohalyand JohnCaton. 



Fire Chief V. B. Grain 
said the volunteers are 

serrate from the r^ar 
fire fighting d^rtment, and 
operate sMcQy tm dona- 
tions. In a(Mition to asking 
for donations for the (^ra- 
tliag fuid, Barclay said the^ 
volunteers b(9e to be ablfM 
to purchase a new salvage 



truck. 

Barclay said tbe vol- 
unteers bo^ U) taavf (dher 
i»Uic ii^piearances t>^re 
the fund drive bc^bis in May. 
They are willing to travel 

to schools and other com- 



niunity groops to put on fire 
fig^n; dimoastrations, 

CUef Cndnalsoieiidained 
th^ «^ Oe OC«uia fire 
fi^Mba^ equil»nent was m 
disfday, there was adequate 
badc-up equipment at the 



st^ticm which could bandle 
emergency calls, plus the 
cUqday equ^^ment could be 
r^Utag In Jttst ja few min- 
^s If additional help was 
iw«ded figbting a fire. 



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Captain ^Barclay explains the primary ama of coverage 
by the Ck;eam Vok^teer Fire Department 




Jdsoh Wall fulfills the dream of 
youngsters by trying on a fireman's hat 



Within seconds, the vokinteers rig the /auut?/ from their truck. 






Beach kids make own 
verstons of city landmarks 



Story mtd photos by Qary Futhrton, 
StmmwM Editor 



fitetr verfci vers on dis- 
^y at ike main entrance 
to P»ni8Dke from 10 a.m. to 
3 p.m.. 

The raitetrt was intwoca- 
tegoHes: poster ^motels. 
And tte youg^ra wmre 



Shtfpers irt 
lUn &t»dty «err4tUgM- 
fnlly rarprind «s ttey taui 
^ (dnucA to vtevtt»«rt 
aad taleat at Vtei^^ B«wdi 
stodnts lAo «M»«tf ^ 
city's 



Imjken into twoagegroq» 
for eacb. 8-12 and^3-tt. 
$|x»sored by ^ Vlifinia 
BMch Paits and Reci^tim 
D^artmoit, tte coitest was 
actnally teld at the after- 
scho(d pUygri^ids of tte 
efty OR rjeb. m. StOjf ftd^ 
dodc, recr»tkn sq>ervlMr 
for youth activities and co- 
ordinator of the ecwt^t, an- 




The 'shaker 



(^eCliji , afi%jf~fgi 
nf vntith Bf*tiuttlmt 



MNDced the winners Sat- 
urday aftemooQ at 3 p.m. 
b the models category, 
a«» i-lZ, first place went 
to Erie Hlidcle, SMond wa» 
a tie between Zoe Greei 
and Brian Knetg, and Doa- 
m ' ElUot madet^honorable 
neirtimi. 

In models, 13 tnd older, 
first pkce was Jrik Low, 
and Terns llcKd^'s mod- 
el gained second ^»e$. . 

Tot tbe poster at^wy, 
age 1-12^ Jimmy Tidl^'s 
entry ms Judged ^^{^ce, 
Patxitk Offwia irtis se«nd. 
and honorable mention went 
to thesotrtesof I||rto8eh- 



roeder, Denise Lejeune, Jo- 
di B(«eni; JuUe Wright and 
Tiwmas Wright. 

tn posters, 13 and older, 
first pbce w«it to WUtml^ 
MUler. 

Each first and sec(»d 
place winner received a pla- 
que fi-om the paits d^»rt- 
nott. 

Tke stud^its tts^ such 
Vin^Bla B^cb kwUttarts 
as ttie Cape Henry Ught - 
house, Mwnt Tn^more 
put. Tte Dome (CMc Cen- 
ter), tte eiptsstmy ud 
Pemlmfte I^k^^^e Mall as 
e]mn4»les. Meat of tbe mod- 
elers used natural materials 
in tbeir exhibit r~ 



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Virginia Beach students John Murray Billy Tilley, Charlie Tilley, 
Nora Tilley David Casey and Robert King gather round a ve/^ 
good replica of a Beach landmark. 




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Virgiala Biicli gnu. March t, 197? - A-5 




blood donors 



honor former 
YMCA director 



The Virginia Beach Red 
Cross otficially opened its 
Mood donor room at the 
United Way Family Center 
on toith Boulevard near Mt. 
Trashmore Monday. 

The openU^ day honored 
a former director of the 
Virginia Beach YMCA, John 
Long, who died recently dur- 

; open heart siirgery. Ma- 



yor Clarence A. HoUanl and 
Loin's wife Chris were on 
haul, as some 25 persons 
donated a piat of their blood 
in honor of Long. 

As of Mohday, the Red 
Cross will open the Mood 
donor room eyery Monday 
ftom 9 i.^, to 1 p.m. for 
donors to give blood. The 
Red Cms aj^als to civic 



groups and churches to spm- 
sqr Uood drlfes evtry Aw- 
dajr. 



Oarii^ the Monday cer«< 
rowiy. Mayor HoUwMi pre- 
sented aptecpietoMrs. La%, 
and the YMCA for their out- 
standing contributions to the 
ct 





Kenneth Malbon 



Louis Mirman 



Dewey Simmons Richard Madden 

Fidelity American 

New branch advisory 
board directors for the 
Lyhobaven and Bayside 
branebes of Fidelity Ameri- 
cas Bai^L. Virginia Beach 
bave been anuMmeed by 
Kennetli W. Farmer, pre- 
sident of FldtUty Ameri- 
can B^, Vliirlnia Beach. 

Named to the advisory 
b(ttrd at directors of the 
Bayside branch was Rich- 
ard Hadden, president of 
Coq>er Roller Bearing Co., 
headquartered In Virginia 
Beach. 

Named to the advisory 
beard of directors for the 
Lynnhaven branch was 
Lods Mirman, accountant; 



Kenn^ E. Malbon, argl- 
buslness; and G. Dewey 
Simmons Jr., teal estate. 
The new advisory board 
members aU residft in Vir- 
ginia Beach. -^ - 

In naming the ikw board 
members, Farmer ex- 
pressed great satlsfactton 
in the fact that Fidelity 
American Bank, Virginia 
Beach was adding the ex- 
pertise of these community 
spirited and success- 
ful business men to the 
already h^hly respected 
and recognized roster of 
expert guldence for the 
hank^XStotos by Fred Habit) 



Chris Long, whose husband was honored at the opening day 
of the Family Center's blood dohor room, reassures and 
thanks Sandy Wood for giving a p^nt of her blood. 

No water, no sewer. 
Now what, council? 



"I'm not trying to tell you 
how to run it, but..." 

All James Galling wants 
to know is vbea are the 
sewers going to come from 
Oil's Creek to Seatack? 

He has a house there he 
wants to move into with his 
wife ami three diildrM, but 
there are no sewer lines in. 
The State Health Department 
won't allow him to get a 
s^lctaoJc permit. In Sea- 
tack, he said, they want wa- 
ter and sewer and "we're 



going to pay for it some- 
how because wS want it." 

"I'm not trying to tell 
you how to run it, but..." 

"They ain't finished no- 
where. Everywhere I go 
sewers are started, butnoth- 
Ing is finishing... When is 
It goii« to finish anytime in 
Seatack? I'm not trying to 
tell you how to run it, but..." 

Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil wanted tq ehelp and as- 
signed City Planner Roger 
Scott to help Catling whose 



house is on South Birdneck 
Road. 

At the end of the meetli% 
(HitUng was again before 
CouneiV K seems that his 
pmpeHj has no pnspects 
for getting sewage for a 
maybe an<^er five years. 
What can he do? 



It was back to Scott. 

In the meairtime, "I'm not 
trying to tell you how to 
run it, but..." 



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TMiiwItr to he sMt to the Matt^tl Red Cnm Msastor 
FMd in- aU to vteMM el Am re^t LttM EailMpite. 
Mn. Uhmm y^rttta, (M«Mr) iwjLfrMMNi. K<^«te 
tke ^^ to Mr. C^ idlfe tb*, AltlMiro S^rw 0t^ 
aad Mn. JM^U^Mltoaar, (r^M^ muj ^9Mx nAi-, 
tfvM an tttil to It MUg^M, Wl mm mre towetoti 
to m Ml^. T^ tt» tt ^ tiiibiri nlM< m iw^ 
ly i^MMtatf^ a "mM Pniwlirity U Tl^iMMr* MBtMt. 
to alMttw to m torite In- MW^^^M^ri^^inni. 
ttiey atoo MBtrtbatod ttls ^at ^u* to U^'s On^ters 
■i^Uil, tolaMinu»ftrtftMMaS«ttt,aadprM«nto« 
a tomutai M to a mmM IwMi ettte. 



.-ll-Blrdneck Rd. 

PEOFLES-LasUn Rd. 

MEDCO-LasktoRd. 

7-n-32ndSt. 

FIRESIDE BOOKSTORE-Paclfic Ave. 

MARINER HOTEL-56th St. and Attantie 

CAVAUER MOTEL-Ocean Front 

HOLIDAY mN-S4th and Atlantic 

HOWARD JOHNSONS - Ocean Front 

SHERATON-Ocean Front 

DIGRAM'S PHARMACY-24th St. 

HOLIDAY iNN-25th St. and Atlantic 

fOST 0FFICE-2Sth St. and Atlantic 

NEWS CENTRE -Ocean Fnmt 

BARR'S PHARMACY-AUantlc Ave. 

HILTON INN-Atlantic Ave. 

RAMADA INN-Atlantic Ave 

SCHOONER MOTEL-Paclltc Avenue 

HOLIDAY INN TRAVEL PARK-Gen.Booth Blvd 

Court House Area 

KELLAM A EATON 

Kempsville Area 

KEMPSVILLE PHARMACY 
FARM FRESH-Kemi^vUle 

NorfoHc-Va. Beach Line 

NORFOLK AIRPORT 

LAKE WRIGHT MOTEL-Northamptw Blvd. 

7-U-B^«r Rd. 

HOLIDAY OiN-NoritaamptOB Blvd. 

Bayside Area 

NAVY LODGE-Uttte Cre^ tese 
NAVY R^TAURANT-Llttle Creek Base 
BAYSIDE PHARMACY 
PEOPLES-Haygood Slop Center » 
REVCO-Peabnfte MMdows Sbo»^€«ter 
PEOPLES-Pembroke Mall 

Plaza Area 

7-11 - B«»ey Rd. 

7-11 • Ljmt 9M>res Rd. (ThaUa) ' 

7-11 -Kla^ Gnat 

7-11 - LjMlMvea Rd. 

BELO'S - SMth Plaia TraU 

7-11 - &wth PUsa TraM (near Uta*rj) 

7-11 • Hcdtoad Rd. * 

JR. MARKET - Lyvhaven Rd. (Mtoi Mall) 

PKiPLES - Plaaa ^ C»ter 

London Bilclge ArM ^ 

Vn»nilA BEACH WiPlTAL 
7-11 - 1st Colonial M. (Mltop) 
PIWLES - Hilltop aop canter 
m43«>P f HARMACT 
BOOK m* CARD - HtUtop Stop CMtor 

MUtop Area 



MURDIll'S DRUG - LMdM BrM^ Area 
7-11 - GfMt Neck R4. QIaar Um^ BrM|t) 
7-11 • GrMt Naek M. aid 1st OloUal 



'Boots' meet again, 
3d years later 




As is Navy tradition, the 
last tour d (hity for a per- 
aoB ^rviif 30 y»rs is cal- 
led a "m^^" tour and is 
QWttUy mved at the stotloo 
or sUp of their draice. 



Aviation Electronics 
Techalcian Chief Petty Of- 
ficer WUliam McMahon and 
B(dtor Tec^clan Master 
Chief Petty Officer CUf - 
ford Rosson are both serv- 
ii« their "twttight" tours at 
the Oceana Naval Air Station. 



Until they got to compar- 
ing notes a while bade, ne- 
ither one of tbem realised 
that they b^n their Itoyy 
careers to the same recruit 
training company to Great 
Lakes. Both dtocovered they 
had been assigned to Com- 
paiqr 371 to 1948, and now 
both have the sam^ plan... 
to retire in 1978 wtth 30 
years service and reside 
to Virginto Beach. 

McMahon, a native of Pen- 
nsylvania, and Rossmi, a 
Virginian, never crossed 
paths to toeir naval career, 
except at toe beginning and 
toe end. / 

BTCM Roijson is Ocean's 
Command Master Chief, and 



ATC MeMahoa to the Pre- 
ctolon Meamring Equipn^ 
Woi1(C«^r mpervisorinO- 



CMN's aircraft iirtenned' 
tote matoteMhce d^art- 
neirt. 




Chief WmtoB McMahM (standi^) and Master CUef Clif- 
ford ItossoB look toreagh Ihelr 1948 boot camp cndse book. "^ 
Both Navy ^efs started toelr naval career there ia toe 
same reeralt company went toeir separate ways, and awt f 
agato nearly SO years toter on toeir "twilight" tour of 
tety at the Oceana Naval Air Stotlon. * 



'vfrm: 



LEGAL NOTICE 

Public Notice is hereby given that on Monday March 14, 
1977, at 2.00 p.m., in toe City Council Chambers, City Ad- 
ministration Buildtog, Princess Anne Borough, Virginia Beach, 
it is toe totention of toe City Council to adopt toe following 
ordinance amending Chapter 13, Sections 1 and 2 pertaining to 
election districts and pollii^ places, and to so advertise toe 
entire ordinance as required by Section 24. J-36 of the Code 
of Virginto, As Amended. 

Richard J. Webbon 

City Clerli . • . 

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 13, SECTIONS 
13-1 AND 13-2 OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GDOA BEACH, VIRGINIA, AND TO PRESCRIBE ELEC- 
TION DISTRICTS AND VOTING PLACES WITHIN THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH. 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GINU BEACH, VIRGINIA: 

That Sections 13-1 and 13-2 of the Code of the City of Virginto 
Beach, Virginia are hereby amended and reordained to read as 
follows: m 

ht^ Se atto n 13-l;»^Thire-«W!^»reby e st ab U sl ied to Ibe City e( Vir- 
ginia Beach the following election districts and toeir respective 
voting places, as set forth below: 



fli- 



''•■'«■- 



BOROUGH 
Virginia Beach 

Lynnhaven 



ELECTION DISTRICT 

- Virginto Beach - A 
Virginia Beach - B 

Virginto Beach - C 



Unkhqrn 
Seatock 



Bayside 



Kempsville 



Prtocess Anne 

Pungo 
Blackwater 



Oceana 

Littto Neck 
London Bridge 
Trantwood 
Great Neck 

Cape Henry 

Plm 
Windsor Woods 



Malibu 

Aragona -^ 

Aragona - B 
Chesaeake Beach 

, Thorougl^ood 

aielton Pait 
Bayside 

Davis Comer 

Kempsville 
Arrowhead 

Larkspur 

Woodstock 
Kemps Landing 
Kempsville High 
ThaUa 

Mount Trashmore 

Courthouse 
Bn)cks Brieve 
S^ma 

Creeds 

Cap|» SlK>p 
Blackwater 

Central Absentee Voter 
Election Distnct 



VOTING PLACES 

40th Street and Pacific Avenue 

Virginto Beach Jimior High 
School ^ 

Cooke Elementary School 

Linkhom Elemnitaiy School 

Seatock Volunteer Fire 

Department 

Knights of Clumbus Hall 
235 First Colonial Road 
Kingston Elementory School 
.London Bridge Baptist Church 
Trantwood Elementory School 
John B. Dey Elementory Schoo 

"Research and Enlightenment 

Building ^~ 



Lynnhaven Elementory School 

Windsor Woods Elementory 

School 

Malibu Elementory School 

—Old Donation Elementory 
School 

Aragona Elementory School 
Chesapeake^ Beach Volunteer 
Fire Department 
Thoroughgood Elementory 
School 

aielton Park Elementory Scho( 
Bayside Elementory School 

Bettie F. Willtoms Elementon 
School 

Potot of View Elementory School 
Arrowhead Elementory School 

Kempsville Meadows 
Elementary School 
Woodstock Elementory School 
Kemps Laixling School 
Kempsville High Sctool 
Thalto Etomentary School 

Mount Trashmore Visitors 
Center 

Holland Elementory Sdraol 
Barnes Store 
Blanton's Grocery Store 

Creeds Volaateer Fire 
. Denartm^ 
Pleasant Ridge Barber Shi^ 
Btockwater Fire Stotioa 
City Hall, Circuit Court, 
Room 



Seetlra 13-2: The geographical boundaries oftheelectiraiU^ricto 
as^ set torto to Sectkm 13-1 are tereby estoblitted as (Minuted 
00 a certoto map isepared by the Planing stotf i^ tte City of 
Virgtoto Bea(^ and caiAioned "Electicn Dtotricto," which m^ to 
her^a|fHt»ed. 
The clerk ^ the Council shall endorse <m the aforesaid map 

toe date o( CowkH's approval ttere<^ and file ^ ori^ay m^ 
Witt Oto miint» of this day's meeting and steU eaoe ^ct 
MiriM thered'to be filed with tte^ural Rt^^rirfttw C^ 
Qi VtrgMa BMch, tto Clerk ot the CIrerit Ctwrt aM the Plannii« 
DmrtMBt. 

TUs wrttMace shall be eHeeUi^ frtxi toe itote (tf ito «kq^» 
MBsk^ bf te CmkU (rf the City of Virgiito ^ttt 

V»S-t/23-8/E 



twwny 
Planntog 

« 1^7. I 



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' "» 1-*^.^ — ■ 



limn -1 M if 



M 



■ r* ^ 

G«ry R Jooes was pro- 
noted to . loan officer in 
FiiMUty Americtn Bank, 
Virginia Beach, and will be 
in dttite- of tiie lasUill- 
ment Iten department. 

Mr. Jones comes to Fi- 
delity Amerlcaa Banic, Vir- 
fiaia Beach from United 
Virginia Bank, where, tor 
the past four years, he was 
iflTolved with the Internal 
kem OqA. Ife is a gra- 
duate of WiUiam « Mary 
College where he ma}ored 
la Bwlness Management. 
Mr. Jones now resides in 
Morfblk with Ms wife, Pat- 
ricia. 

Kenneth W. Farmer, FA 
president, also announced 
the proDotioik of E. ScoK 
JohflioB Jr. to branch naaa- 
ger and loan oflietr of the 
Indian River branth of Fi- 
delity Anerteaa Bank. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Prior to Jolalng the Vir- 
ginia Beach operation la 
JMMarr nl wn, Mr. Joha- 
tfUlaMd wtth. Fi- 



delity Amtrieu^ Baal, NA 
since 1^7. His duties in- 
cluded services in LyiM:h- 
burg, BiacU^foM, and Qie 
Eastern ^ore. Mr. Jota- 
son attMded North Geor- 
gia CoUi^. (Ph^ ^ Fred 
Habit) 



Virginia Beach Public Notir 





£ Scott Johnson 



FjdeHty American 



First a«lM««tett|«i- 
tlQBal BaMtaf TW Mr m^i ias 

t«ro MH^toyeei ta tMr Vlr- 
ghite Beach branches. 

lUtert H. Cotton Jr., 
■uag«r o( the Arafsaa- 
PMBbroke branch of FAM 
was elevated to the posi- 
tion of as^staot vice pre- 
sidHt. C(Atoii. ^ta»K>ined 
the bank in IfTO. la a gra- 



duate of Atlantic Christian 
Co^ge. Be will remain as 
tire msM^r ot the Ara- 
gona-PenriNToke office. 

Robert J. Keogh wasinro- 
moted to tiw postttoar of as- 
sistaait ead^r Md will be 
the assistairt manner of 
the KNopsvllte office. 
Keogh Joined FAM in 197S. 
He is a 1971 gradaate of 
Belmont Abhiey. 



Report to 
Virginia Beactt 

ByOeLGkaMeClaaMn 

Tke' Senate has Jut passed ' legislation that I was privi- 
leged to sponsM* permlttiag the State Corporation Com- 

BissiM, for tbe first time, to be able to iavest^te vab- 
Uc otlUties tor the purpose c^ determining tbe effid^cy 
Md ecoaony of tt^ operations. 

Beretofore, tMr vAn pemtx to coiftrol vtiUties has 
bflMi at tfw Mm «C nte bearings, alter the fact, and alter 
pHjakTttr wy-jjtrr t^"" t"*" and money imwisely tpsit. 

1»lMWMril|Ni^ltv«*wlto,M^^ ^ 

to iBvesNgate and moeitor i^ty ccdraniiettpa ^ 
as BWltfHwdttoa d(41w nuclear power idants, to asswe 
that sack projects are accomplished is an enmomteal 
andcffietentmaaiar. 

Also ilie Siaite psssed my solar eaergy Mil ti^ wedt 
tfMMt lAteh I lave written previoosly in tUs ses^on. 

The 1977 sestfon <a ttw Virginia G«ienl Asseinldy 
frill concbKte durttg this week oA Mar.- 4. As always, 
it has been a ^M^fe and honor to have the great re- 
spoB^hOity of t«»nseirtii« the people of Virginia Beach 
teBietaaond. << 

Senior 

Citizen 

News 



. ^ ADA BEALL 
Parks A Recreaiten 

Brrrrr - snow Joke: CkJt- 
dM Jimmy Jao^r (m- 
ioa aatt) on? So yoa thii& 
tiBM flies— it yao iraexM. 
And It dfal tl^ year--2« 
seconds to be exacti 

Thalte c^er eitertaia- 
ed 115 people at their 
om^dy ccmred^MbnA- 
eoa. P^mAs frrai RUoms 
aad MetBe-HealUi av^ig 
houMs were thM«. AjqfOdag 
caa Inqppea wittk wmk/n, 
aad tt «i «»l fridiv- A 
tmikae wn^pwi her fidl set 
of false teeth in a pqwr 
m^kin whUe she ate, aid 
fiscOT««d Imr h^c afto- 
Uw taU«i TOtv beared of 
paper tM» tum «d Arty 
pliMs aad ^aced la flie 
fuhafe eaas. Thaa the tea 
bagaa wMle sevHrrihilpen 
(lath, Lois aad Ooria^wMi 
slaevvs rtrtled ap imt 
threap the prtage. Gtt- 
lee!! fhe teeth were flM< 
If lEMBd at m wmmm. 
tb§ eaft hf Ms. Aal<yM 
alrsM^ kaow how mwi^ la 
BMB^ ttey meut to the 
leea^ Hole: 1ft: ttf fh.^ 
(atw ^tm» keep jtut tealh 
whife flMy brioag. 

Mmrt MM pac^ hai« 
baM nai M tte ^ ^ 

Fr«i keeht ani ^ lee 
tfmte. y^at«ef«tH« 
K'tafi^Mthe^towaft 
flat «rtB^w«r i#^ 




Wtamie Chestmit said die 
woaM give v her ifinner 
engagenMid witt all the 
trimmii«s aad ^y piaao 
with as. AtU gal. Wlanlc! 
Her bidibling persoaUl^ is 
coataglms, mkI she has a 
smile and a cheerie word 
for each one she meets. 
As a q)ecial treatagroq) 
fmn the Germu European- 
American Society of Vir- 
ginia, dressed in a native 
costaraes, pirt on several 
dances to the ^i^fiA <d 
everyone. If yoa <fid not 
attead we're swry 3R)a 
missed this. As asaal, the 
very alee diniKr aad apee- 
ial attadlon received friun 
Rita Bewer aad her as- 
soeiatM was lotrtstaattig. 

The sad aotejtottdsalter- 
aooa was wta«i Gny StatM, 
while ^aetag, leU to the 
flotn-. Several la tte and- 
teaee gave aartstsaeeaaM 
qnaUltod h^ arrived. 
HeMnrhile, it shoahi aot 
meagf atoaUea Qitt tte 
Onrts'COTaCT 1teKaaiN|i^ 
dhi a mMt ortstaadiag J^ 
fot fbt victim belnre tak- 
ti^ hta to tte ho^pt M. 
Rite Biaair «riM )Ur a 
fflOMii of ^ItaA ttttfnlof 
(ky: 99ian we M the 
wwd taa^d w ttM Oqr 
had «vlrad. We «M to 
briw IM« ujtartanlty to et- 
tnm WB- # iea i e s yjrt ^ 
to timlu^. 

Aad whaldoyathink? Ruth 
BraeM itap^ iatsatf off 
the atogeaafMoftafloor 
without very bad raaalU. 

Keep yoar attltade in a 
realm of gratttadt. Aad re- 
■a«bcr. If «* trtui. «a do 
not worry, rry we 

' aot trust 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of tiK 

Circuit Court of tbe City 

of Yiriinia Beach, on tbe 

16lh day of February, 1977 

Cheryl XUzabeth Morris 

Walls. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Ricky Jo Walls, 

Defendant. 

Tbe <^ject of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defehdaot, upon the 
grounds of one year 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defendant is anon-resident 
of the state of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
acMress beii«: PSC#12S7, 
Charlestoii AFB, South 
Carolina it is ordered that 
be do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may l>e necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. ■ ' 

A co^-Tejste: John V. 
Fentress, Cler* 
By J. Curtiss Fruit, De- 
puty clerti 

Tidewater Legal Aid 

Society 

147 Granby Street 

Norfolk, Virginia 

VBS 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16 
4t 

ORDER 
Virginia; In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circuit Cdairt 
of tbe City of Virgin^ 
Beach, <m the 24th day (tf 
February, 1977. 
la re: Adoption of Steven 
Arthur Banks And change 
of name to Steven Arttmr 
Holster 

Bf : John IbAster and Bren- 
da J. Bolster 
Petltitmers 

To: Artiror T. Bairics Water 
and Third Street, P.O. Box 
M, WashiagtonviUe, Pa. 
1^84 

In Chancery 
C-77-135 
Tps day came J(M 
Holster and Brenda J. Hol- 
ster, B^ttoaers, and r^- 
preseatod that ihe object 
of diis proceeding is to d- 
fact tte adoption oS ihe 
above aaiMd intent, Steimi 
Aithor Baaks, by John Bid- 
der heca made aad filed 




Irgiidt, 
last kaowB post office «M> 
ress being: Water aad 
Third Sreet, P.O. Box 58, 
WashiagtoBrille, Pnnsy - 
Ivaaia 178S4 It lii there- 



fore Onload that the said 
^Mhw» j B jin' H yf fff f T . appear 
bi^rc uEScoiirt within t«i 
(10) days after publication 
M this Order and indicate 
Ua atutarte toward the pro- 
PMied adaption, ori^r- 
irtae do »hat is aeciMMry 
to protect his latwMt in 
thlsmittfr, 

A copy teste: John V. 
Fatress. Clerk 
Wttliam tb«PerkUa, m 
First A Merchants Ifat'l 
nnkBMIt 
P.a BotJtgl 
Norfolk, VA 23514 

VBS S/l, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23 
4t 

ORDER 
Virginia: in tbe Clerk's 
office ot, the Circuit Court 
of the pty of Virginia 
Beach, q« the 2Sth day of 
Febrvary. 1977, 
In re: Adoption oi Terri 
Janlpe ., McCaimm and 
Dwna Slanlse MeCannon 
By: EroMtt Rhodes Parker, 
Jr. and filaoda Carol Grif- 
fin Parker 
Petitioners 

To: iSlirles Euel Mc- 
Camwn 
R.D. 3 

KannapoUs, North Carolina 
In Chantry 
#C-76-124S 
ITiis .day came Erneat 
Rhodes Parker, Jr. aad 
Blenda Carol Griffin Par- 
k«r, ^etttlcmers, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceedii^ is to 
effect tbe adq;>tion of the 
above named iafim^s), 
Terri Janiae McCannon and 
Dcmna Denise McCannon, 
by Erne^ Rhodes Parker, 
Jr. aad Blenda Carol Grif- 
fin Hrher, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed thai 
Charl^ftel McCannon, a 
natonirparent of said child 
(rai), ts a non-resident of 
the State of Virginia, the 
last known post office «hl- 
ress being: R.D. 3 Kama- 
polls, North Carolln. It 
is thiBrefore Ordered that 
the said Charles Euel Mc~ 
Cannon ^^ar before this 
Court within ton (1(0 days 
after publication of, ttus 
Order and indi<»te hlS/ 
her attitude toward the pliii- 
posed adoi^on, or oraer- 
wise do «1at is Mceisary 
to protect hU l^SreM % 
this matter. 

A qnt te^e; John V. 
Fenb^M, aerie 
Robert L. Guttermaa 
245 First Coldtdtt Road 
Virginia Beach. VA 234M 

VBS 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/M 



HOnCE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach PIanaii« Commls^oa wUl hold a 
PabUc Hearing oa Tuesday, March I, 1(77, at 12:00 
Noon in the Ceimcil Chaadwirs of die Administntion 
Bvlldlng, Princess Aue Coafdunse, ViiiiBla BtMt, 
Wrgiala. The fbllowiag qiplitttioos irtll appear oa the 
agenita: 

DEFERRED 60 DATS BY PLANNING COMMISSION 
ON JANUARY 11, 1977: ^ 

1. Prtitlon of Charles R. lo<helmeH'%z<»utor for tbe 
EsMe <rf R. D. Hidbelmcr, tor a Oiaage of Zoning 
Ustrict Classffication from R-2 Resldeatlal District 
to R-3 Reshfoirtial Disbict oa certain ffqwrty located 
00 the North side of Littte Haven ^lid b^i^at 
a pi^Bt 210 foet more or less Ea^ ortittle Neek Road^ 
rttuiig i distance of noTlaet mon «elea«ahaffthe 
Nmrth side irf Little Havra RiMd, naalag a dtstaaee of 
TO5 feet in a Nortberty direction, runatng a dMaaM of 

. 915 feet la a Northweit^ly (ttreettqa, runtfiv a dts^- 
teace of ISSO fe^ in a Westerly dlrec^lam naUaga 
distance <a 7(0 feet along ^ East side,^ fiariris Road, 
nnniag a distance of 1345 feet in a So^heaaterly 
dlrectitm and mming adtotence of ISOfeattpi a Soatferlf 
direction. 8^ parcel cortaias 54 aaraa. (Unwood- 
UtOe Haven Areas). LYNlffiAVEN BOROOCffl. 
DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLAHNING COKMISaON ON 
FEBRUARY 8, 1977: 

2. Petition of Sam Sandler, Harry Sandier, Tavla Gw- 
doa, Daalel Gordoa and Auen J. Gordon tor a Change 
of Zoning District ClaasiflcatlOB from R-i Rasidaatial 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain ntip«^ loca- 
ted da the North side of iBdiaa River |m4 beginnli« 
at a pcdnt 160 feet East ot Thompktos Lane, naalig a 
dlstaace of S40 fe^ «1q« the North jride ofb^ 
River Road, rwu^ a dlrtuce fd 3(^.6*^ feat iloi« Ut» 
Eastern iHPoperty line, rwaing a dlstaflee at m feat 
along file Nwthera pnip»ty line and rimatog a ^- 
taace of 300 feet akmg the Western pn^n^Uhe. Sahl 
parcel contains 2.48 acres aiore or less. KnfKVILLE 
BORCMfGH. 

3. htottoa ia the Plaaftfng Commission W the Cl^ of 
Vlm^nla Bcacb to amMd mi reontain S«b(^ S of tte 
Sahdlvidi» Ordlnaace relating to req^maaato Ux 
eaibf , rMers, aad sidewalks. More detalfed Mnrma- 
ttea to availalde ia the D^iartment of Plaute. 
REGULAR AGEMU: 

SUBMViaCHf VARIANCE: 

4. Subdlviaioa Variance: Appeal from Ded^iaa of Ad- 
mM^nttve Offi^ra Mi nvai4 to e^teii^^Mats of 
the SiAttvlaioa Ordtoaaoe, Sobdlvltifla fer Itartaaa 
of btyaide Chrirtian CtanA. Prqwrty loe^d oa tte 
Ea^ side of Greeawefl Bead, tOO feet mikaiSkan 
Drive. PMs with norf driteiled taferma^afa avall- 
ttfe ia the DepartnMtf if Jtaa^. 

V. Mittriitea Variaawr ^p^ trtm D^itowtf Ad- 
raldstratfve (msva hi rit^ri to certain ^^naenis of 
«he SabMvMMi OrdiHaet, MiMrtaa Hr EUaa A. 
ten. Propa% laeatld it tte NnAwestU -^ 
of ItedM Avmnie Ml Cw^taa Av«ne. PfariiJ^I i 
defatted MH«atloa «e ai«lliMe in tte 
or; 



6. S*ttvtsloa Variaaee: Appeal from Deeiilaaa af Ad- 
■M^iAvt Mk^rs ia reprd to <»teia tftiiiiaft of 
tor WMriatoa CMfeaace,^bM*a for KM«. 
rm^ntf loeatM oa the mm sMe of Mttpi ItoM, 
991 feht more or less East 4 ftte»rt»iffRo«L 
Plats Witt iaive detaifed fetorfe^a are AMttMi fe 
thaBMartai^olPli 

1. Hmm tf €st^9.9Bam Deal raw. Jr. 
y^ M. yoter ^le^^Po^ tor j 

ttttlM B-t Caamai^-luhMM IMnet^i^MviUa 
pt^rtj toctfeft^oa ua Mftt Me •! l^MtfMtf ae- 

at a p^ lit # feet WmI # WviiM Mv«. 

• mamm c€ IM feM aMg m N«ft si* m 




Laskin Road, running a distetet of 1010.93 feet aloi^ 
the Western property line, ruoDiag a tfstaww of 187.3ii 
feet along the South side of Laurel Li^, a^ rurnU^ a 
distance of 1056.58 feet aloty tte Eastern ^operty line. 
Said parcel conUins 4.45 acres. (RUttiv Ar^). LYHN- 
HAVEN BOROUGH. 

8. Petition of Gordon B. Mter, Dean S. Potter, Jr., 
Lucille B. Potter aqd John Ray Potter for a Ctmm 
ot Zoning District CUsslficatii» tram R-S Residratial 
District to 0-1 Office District m certain wqwrty located 
on the North ^ide of LasUn RdmI b^rfiiilni at a point 
250 feet more or less West at Winwood Drive, nraii^ 
a distance of 271.60 feet ala^ tte Nmih side of Laskio 
Road, riiaalng a distance of 1056.58 feet alow the Wes- 
tern property line, nmnii^ a di^nce of 204.42 f^t 
along the Soutt side of Laurel Utfe an! nmRliic a dls- 
taace of 1119.29 feet along tte Eastern prq)ei% lite. 
Said parcel contains 5.839 acres. (HUttop An»). LYNN- 
HAVfiN BOROUGH. 

9. Petitkm <st Gordon B. Potter, Dean S. Potter, Jr., 
IM^e B. Potter and J(te Ray Potter for aPNU«e 
of ZoUag IXstrlet Classffinttoi from R-S Residtttlal 
nataict to R-3 RestdeMia] DMrict m certain pn^Hy 
touted at tte NorttWMt »}i«erttf La^ta RMdaad Win- 
wood IMie, iwilM a A^^ of 154.63 feet ^m« tte 
Nwtt Me of LaAltt Road, fining a dtstaade of 1119.29 
IM al(Mc tte Weston property line, ruuing a dls- 
^Um <A WOM feet aloi% tte SwiEb side of Laurel Law 
iMitf nnattg a dlstence of I1S3.5 feet alo^ tte West 
rtte of wwlrodd Drive. &M parcel cimtaitts 6.535 
acres, fflilltdp Area). LYNNHAVM BOIK)UGH. 

10. P«ta0B oi H<nnrd Uderbeig tor a Change cI 
Z(»i^ District ClassfficattDa from R-6 Residentbl 
IMj^rict to B-2 CraBBNmlty-BaslM^ IMstrict on car- 
tald propMty Uxsted 810 feet Som of Vlrglaia Beacb 
BoBlenirl fngbfrf at a poiat 119.M leet^islof SH^- 
flel^ Avene, rittflag a (ttrttt^e tf Sll.M feet ato^ 
tte Norfi^ra ipotiterqr lim, rouriag a disteace of 380 
fe^ mo^ or less al<^ tte Eaaterv property line, 
nmniat a dii^Mce of 210 fe^ along tte SmMiera pro- 
perty me ud rflulng a ittstaMe of 3M feet moi« or 
less ilo«g fi» Wraten property Ute. &ild parcel con- 
talna 2 acres store w liM. BAYSDE BOIKNJGH. 

11. Petttibii Of John R. Matton. H. Eraest Brown, W.R. 
Mslbon, T. M. Malbon, Paul Malbon, Olive W. Malbon, 
Le<»tine Praxes Brown, y^aUn S. Mattoa, Jean T. 
Malb(in aad Barbara M. Malbon for a Change of Zoning 
District Clasilffcatiim firom R-3 R^idential District to 
R-5 Resktortlal District on certain pnqwi^ located on 
tte Wert tide ot Londra Brklge Road beginning at a 
point 1262.75 feet North of Oceaaa Boulevard, ninnlng 
a dlstence of 942.H.feet alOi« tte West side <tf Lomlob 
Bridge. Road, twatag a distance of 278.65 fe^ in a 
Werteriy direction, running a dlstence of 440.90 feet 
ia a 8oatt«esterIydirection»nudngadlStanGeoif 1^10.34 
In a Northwesterly directloo, ramdng a distance of 1540 

/'feet hi a Soidterly directioa, running a distance of 900 
f ' feet in aa Easterly directtcm, nmning a distance of 
177.05 feet in a Nortterly direction ami running a dis- 
tance of 562.40 feet in an Earterly direction. Said par- 
cel ccntalBs 32.8 acres more or less. (Woodhouse 
Corner Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

12. Petition of 'John H. MaUMO, H. Ernest Brown, W 
R. MalbOB, T.M. Malbon. Paul Malb^, Olive W. Mal- 
bon, Laonttae Frances Brown, Matilda S. Malbon, Jeu 
T. Malb^ aad 'Barbfeta M. Malbon for a Change of 

,.^oalng IMstrict Classfficatfoa £rom AG-1 Agricoltural 
District to R-5 Residential District (m certain pnqperty 
located 14ISZM ftet more or Iws West oILondon pridge 
Road beglnaiag at a pc^t 2370 feet more or less North 
tf fike intersection of Princes Aime Road and Ocrana 
^ae?wl,;iSMM>ll I #rtance < 

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18&.k4 llwt in a Sem»Vj 

of 396.M feet in a Soidheaster^ ilitt^ioh 

a distance ct 1092 feet more or less in en Easterly 

d^ra^oB. &id parcel oimtaUs 33.9 acres mtn or less. 

rWdddhousa comer Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

13. MittoB (tf A. T. Taytor Estete for a Change of 
tiNdng Itfstrict Classification from R-3 Resktentiaims- 
fariet to R-5 Reshtartfal District on <»rtain prdperty 
Mcatad oa tte Sontt side of London Bridge Rdadbe^ 
gttning at a point 4720,3 feet mcn-e or less Eastof Har- 
m* Road, ruhslog a distance of 400 feet along tte 
SWtt ode of Loaifoa midge Road, nomli« a distance of 
418.4 ftet In a Soutteriy direction, runnhig a distance 
of 1113 feet in a SoiMMasterly (firedion, running a dls- 
teate of 604 feet iir a Soutterty dfrectioa, ruudic a 
ttstaaee ^ 2589.8 feet in a West^ly directl», roi^ 
a (ttstance irf 717.40 feet in a Nortterly dire<^«i, run- 
ti$$ a (tt^toDce of 544.50 feet in a Southeasterly dire^- 
ttth, rttittg a instance trf 791.30 feet hi a North^sterly 
direction, rwudag a distance <rf 255.4 f#i^ in a Nortterty 
dlre^(», running a distance of 370.t feet in a ^mth- 
eaa^ly arection and running a distance of 311.3 feet 
hi a Norttttriy disrectloo. Said parcel contains 55.6 acres. 
Mtni^gSS IdifNE BOROOGH. 

It Mitthk of A. T. : Taylor Ertate for a Change of 
ZoUog "Mttrict CUstiflcatlMi fitim AG4 Agricaltaral 
Dhrti^cl to 1-5 Residential m^rict on certain j^tq^rty 
locattd 15^ feet more or less ^wtt of London Dridge 
Road begifltog at a point 3%I0 feet more or less East 
<d Harpers Road, n^iag a distance of 2589.8 feet along 
tte Norttern prqierty Uae, ruming a dlstence trf 302 
feet fUang Q« Eastern ^t^erty Itau, roping a distance 
of |710.ro fe«l along the Soiitteni pan^erty lli» and run- 
^ a dlrtaaee of 871.20 feet along tteWestern pnqierty 
Ifee. ftiki p«h:el contains 35.5 acres more or l^s. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
15. Petltloa id W. W. Reasor for a Change of Zimlag 
Matrix O assl fleatlo n from R-8 ResM^ial District 
to B-2 (^MDBMaity-BasiMss Ustrict on certehi pro- 
perty located oa tte East shle ta Independence Boule- 
vard, Ntnrtt tad Soott irfNew Boi^ Road. 
Parcel 1: Loeited at tte North^vt iMersection (rf la- 
(NMidMet feoidevard and New BooMy Road, raudng 
a ^stMte tf 31.70 fe^ aiang tte East side of In- 
t^Mdaaeo Boolemd, nnniag a distance of 258.65 
feet hi a Nmlhaarte'hr direeti«, running a distance 
ct 279.62 feel tit a SMflmarterly' diredhm, nwii« 
a cttstaaM «r 68 feet mre or less ia aiNfterly diree- 
tloa. rouDfef a ttstance <rf 100.94 feet ia a Smrtbwestvriy 
directtoa, naming a dlataiM^ ot 24.66 feet in a North- 
wMterly (Hrectton, naning a distaw^ <4 S7,W leet 
tea SoitfiwM^ly dlreethm, riming a tti^nce «r 15.24 
feet la a Sc^erly dtt%c&», niuiag a dishmte of 
22.54 feet in a SoBttnresterly dfrecthm and nkkm 
a <fistttce of 310.22 fert te a Nca-ttinsterly dliiettw. 
ParMl 2: Locrtcd rt tte SoMM»rt Intersec^a (rf In- 
dq wa d e ace B(^evard nd Ne^ Bom^ Road, smtm e 
(fishmee of 142.67 feet atodg tte East sideitf W^ea- 
d^ loriward, rannUg a ttstew^ ot 95.00 fe«t Jo a 
Soirtheastely ittrecttm,^ nmttg a (fistaace <tf 56.M feet 
fe M Eairterly (Hrectlan, raniag a dtoteace <tf 54.04 
feet tea Nortterly dlredtoa, rauing a ttstsMe irf 
UM feet hi n ^steriy tfra<^teB aad ri^Manwid 
a mi« lia a,4^>ttweit^y directtaa a (^»ee W 
^.Wfeet. 

Sdd pai^ caataia 2JL acr^. Plate wtth am* dt- 
itfed tefenaattoa are avalMrie te fiie tt^uUrnkM 

HMMg. na^mLL&BemxiGB. 

M. 9tmm m B. Me* Tayta- aad V^^mj B. Bolt 

Dl^riet Clastifls^oa from 
I»>1 ^stowh-tti shfea tia l 
prlpuf^ UtiMtt at flw Ntfttaast 
M ftoiMMmt KM and Btoltend R<Md, nnitag 
a M^tee ol 'I2.lf M. alng tte last sMe ti$im>^ 
l^na^ chattng ar«ud a cum adl^MitflllSS 
feat, I iiiiatrn te a So^terly ttnieltai a mJ^es^ llM 
fert, mmt «Maaetf of HIM feet aUi« ttt^wtt 
«r Mwd Mad, tmim • «^w»«Mf:H«lM 
An tti^irB ^t^^ m» Md rM^ta ^Mtoi 
of mm tm atoag tte Nn^ttv pr^uiy lliM ttM 
t^^ mimm O.M un. (Peoa cartas Atm). PSn- 

17. M0im M Mnttg S. ifa^men for. a Cte«e 

^ i§^ mma: cMffi^S^n i-i »i^mm 

nMriatoM I^htlMiMlaimtfrieteae«fttf^v- 
^ fooAad m m mmmm ride (rf PrM^ Ami 



Ml rwumm m b. Brwem i 
In- a fTit^ of ^U^m Ui 
A-1 AafflNat Olstritf to 
MrtrM OB i«tete Mpu^ 



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Road beginning at a point 2600 feet more or i^-fi •<!niitt|-'(.> 
east of the intersection ot Princess Aitti< <4c. 

Salem Road, running a distance of 1083.24 fee n i.ttft<- 

Southwest side of Princess Anne Road, running a distance' 
of 529.53 feet in a Southwesterly direction, ruimiog ^[j 
distance of 1015.25 feet along the Southern property- 
line, running a distance of 428.50 feet in a Nortter^ 
direction, running a disthnce of 140 feet in a WesterliiK^ 
direction, running a distance of 144.59 feet along the ' 
East side of Salem Road and running a dlstence of. 
1070.86 feet in a Northeasterly direction. Said parc^^^ 
contains 25.392 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. ;.,.r. 

18. Petition of N. S. Gumenick for a Change ot Zoning 
District "Classification from R-8 Residential District W^' 
B-2 Community-Business District on certain property' 
located oa the East side of Rosenoat Road rPnmH#; 
b^iBBii« at a point 37.54 feet Sooth of Holland ftNuT 
ruining a dtetawe of 318 feetmcwe or Iwsal^^ttftj 
East side of Rosemont Rwd (Proiwsed), running a dis- 
tance of 66.48 feet in an Easterly direction, ruoni^ 
a distance of 40 feet In a Soutteriy dirMticm, mmuu^, 
a distance at 52.09 feet in an Easterly directiw, run-j, 
Bi^ a ^tuoe tf 332.37 feet ak^ the Eastern proper^., 
line and nflMng a dl^mceof 144 65 feet al«% tte Hoi%., 
era prc^e^ line. Said parcel cwrtalns 1.107 acres. 
(H<dtend Rose Area). PRINCESS iMlt, BOROUGH. 

19. Petition of Cbrist^^r Itev<rtsvment Co., tor a 
Change of ZmI^ District Classlflcition from AG-1 
AgrioUtural ttstrict to R-6 ResOifeatial Dlstrtot on 
certain prt^rty b^^nii^ at^a piMMt 2800 feet ScMh of 
Cte tetersectkm (tf Roltaad Road and Norte Landstown 
RMd, runnl^ a distant ot ^0 feet alMg tte West 
sMe of Holland Road, ruttl^ a distahce (rf 1372,95 
feet in^a ^utterly direction, runnli^ a dlstence of 
3073.^ feet akoog the Souttern pn^erty line, running 
a distance of 633.43 feet in a Norttw^terly direction, 
running a dlstence of 1265.09 feet to a Northeasterly 
dlractton, riindng a (finance rf«7.76 feet Hi a North- 
westerly directbo, runi^ a distatee of 352 feet aloi% 
tte East side ot Lamtetown Road, rumilag a distance of 
l^MIS feet te a ^Aithraste^ly dlrecticn, rm&ag adisttmce 
of 871.05 feet in a Nortteasterly direction, running a 
distance ot 170 feet in an Easterly (urection, ninmng 
a distance of 911.61 feet in a Southeasterly directicw and 
runnteg a distance of 343.11 feet in a Nortteasterly 
direction. Said parcel contains 123 acres. PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH. 

CONDITHMIAL USE PERMIT: 
20: Aj^cation of Vliiginia B^ch Campgrounds, tec, 
for a Coadlttonal Use Permit for a mintetaregolf codrse 
on certate prtyierty located 240 feet West of Prosperity 
Road beginning at anoint 855 feet more or less North of 
Prosperity Road as it extends East and West, running 
a di^aoee (tf 100 feet aloi% tte Souttern prcq}erty Itee, 
rmming a distance of HO feet aloi% the Western pro- 
perty Une, rttui^ a distance of 100 feet along the 
Northern property line mi nmning a distance of 110 
f^ along tte Eastera prqiierty line. Said parcel con- 
tains' 11.000 square feet. (KOA Campgrounds Area). 
PRINCESS ANNE BCOIOUGH. 

21. ApplicatlfHi ot A. Stanley Mundy A Company for a 
C o nd i tUaa l Use Permit for a bulk storage yard (tempor- 
ary) oa certain Mtiperty located 390 feet more or less 
West of Sputt mrdMck Road beginniiK at a point 1400 
feet more or less Soiith of BeautifHl Street, running a 
.distaBce,,«f 150 feet^ along the Souttern intiperty line, 
nuadng a distance of 150 feet along tte Western l 
perty Une, running a distuce of IlSO feet aloi% j 
Norttern property fine 'and running a distance of 
feet along tte Eastern property Itee. Said parcel cont 
22,500 sqnare feet. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

22. Apidlcatlon ot CrownnCeidral Petroleum Corporation 
aad Junes Riv^'^i^Adl^Hni^^^S^ a CondiUonal 
Use ^rmtt torAa Jinto^pite ^fnra^wl^ on certate 
prc^rty locatiaw^tflnm^mnfriRITNortherar^ht- 
of-way Une of Lynt^ven PariEway and tte Eastera 
4-i|^trof-way Itee of Soatt Lynnteven R6ad (Relocated), 
nmaing a distance ct 155 feet along Ihe Eastsld^of 
Soutt LynnteiNHi Road (Relocated), running a distance 
of 175 feet te a Nortteasterly direct, runni^ a dis- 
tance <a 175 feet ia a Southeasterly direction, nmning 
a dlatuice of 155 feet aloi^ tte North side of Lynnhaven < 
Parhway and rmming anwnd a curve a distance of ^ 
feet. Said parcel cmtaias .701 acre. PRINCESS ANNE 
BOROUGH. 

23. Application of Sav-A-Ton, Incorporated for a Cra- 
dittonal Use Permit for a self-service gasoline sun>ly 
stattott on certain property located at tte' North^t 
corner of Bonney Road and Prescott Avenue, rundtt 
a ffistuide (tf 270 feet alow tte East sideof Prescm 
AvouM, runnibg a dlstaace of ISO fe^alongtte NortJi«l« 
property Itee, roiudi^ a distance of 263 feet along fSe 
Eastera property fine and running a distance of HJD 
fe^ altmg tte North side td Bontey Road. Said pai^l 
c<»tattts .9 acre more or less. (ThalU Village Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. "' 

. 24. AppUoitira of Ricterd Croul for a Ciwditional U^ 
Permit for recreatlcmal facility of aa (Mrtdoor natiA^ 
(waterslkfe) oa certate prcqierty located on tte UNit 
sMe of General Boott Boulevard beglnnteg at a poi^ 
llQOfe^ more or lass Noitt of StNdh Blntawck Road, 
running a ^stance ot 1170 feet more or less aldqg; 
tte Souttera property Une, runnii« a distance (rf 618 
feet more or less along tte W^tera property line, 
running a dtetance of 194.03 feet along the Norttera 
pn^erty Itee, runnii^ a dtetance of 879 feet more or 
less te a Soufiieasterty dlrectton, and rvamg a distance 
of 50 feet along tte East sldeofG^ral Boott Boulevn^ 
Said parcel te irreguter te shape and contains 9^1 
acres mire or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. ^^r. 

25. AppUcatlM Id E. Kenn^ Day and Jahn Wallace 
&imins iu- a CcmditioMl Use Permit for an <^ sipaoe 
optkm on certate progerisf tocated te tte Little N|m^ 
area b^we^ Narrts Road and Little Havcm Ro»i. 
Mrcel 1: Ucated at tte Norttrast hrtersecticm (rf Lit 
Ntek Road and Harris Road, ruiming a distance of ! 
feet more or less on tte East side of Harris :, 
rmtelag a distance of 1560 fe^ Aore or less ahw Ih9 
Nortten property 11m, r«nnii« a distaMe (d 960 ^aet 
more or les te a Soutt^sterly dlreeUm,, rM^ a 
^staiM:e (tf 705 feet nwre oc l^sm a Soupucly^^recs 
tfoa, nmaii^ a diatatee of UK feet more or U»s along 
tte Nortt side ot Little Haven R«ui, aad^run^^ a dip« 
tance of 12^ feet more or less along ^ North side id 
Littte Neck Itoad. ,^ 

Parcel 2: Loeited at tte So^^st tetersecticn of 14^ 
Neck A»d awl Little Haven RiMid, nuaii^ a di^tm» 
of liOO feet more or less along tte Swtfb shle $llwl 
Haven ^»A, nmnigf a dtetnce ot, ^1 f^ mnt» w less 
along tte Butern pnqierty line aad manii« a distal 
of llSS te^ more or less te aNorttw^trly dirediQa^ 
Said pars^ls «^ate 66 acres more «■ less. Ptete wltt 
mora Mafled teformathm are awli^te te^ O^i^- 
n^^PltiHte.(Lynmood-LittlelteTOiArMs) LYNN^ 
HAVER BdK)iiKlU. ■ 

U. Ap^toitlM tf B. Brace Taylw for tte dtecoittim»Bc% 
eh^ue ud abaa^hmmMt of a partial id L^»te Aram 
l^tef^al a perintilO fMt Nortt of Bdland Road. 
raJMi^ a dl^BMe of 133 f^ more or less al^ tte 
Wcrten ^perty Um, mutag a. distance of ^^ 
more or IMS ate« tte IMftteraiMperty lite, n^ilil 
a (KMace ot 142 fe« nore or ^ atoqg tte E^m 
HN^nty Um and r^tti« a tfMue ot 55^M i^m ct 
MS msf M JMMera ^t^erty Une. SaM iwreel %- 
tete ttMt wmun. Ml imm or Ims. (Pmw (kknfeas 
Artf). I^C& ANIn n^XJGff; " 

27. AB^icitioB M Bu^toa foMM&vNatlMDirtrtct ^ 
Out itecanlteaaace, closure and abandoament of Dyet 
RoM located at tte Eastern extremity of Old Etaih 
NMe Road beginning at a point 6720 feet more or less 
Ert ot Dyer Road and running in a " '' ' directtqa 
a tfstaoce of 1502 feet more or parcels 

mM feet te widtt. PRINCESS ANNE iiuKUUUH. 

,witt more detailed teform«tlon on tte above 
I are avaUable in tte Department (tf Plannii« 

led persons are invited to attend 

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JffiSgi»A: IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OK CIRCUIT 
"WWlT FOR THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH ON THE 

t«rB OAY OF FEBRUARY, 1977 

DOROTHY BURGESS, 

Pttlntiff 

CATHERINE QUATTRONE 

ISO Stewart StrMt 

WMch. West VlrgWa 24101 

and 

LINDA CROUCH 

2l^Cr«8cent Drtve 

Gffitett, North CaroUoa I72S3 

nOMAM GATES JONES 
VMi^lta Av^ue 
«IM9 IMit Virgiiria 24801 . 
OMeattats 

m CHANCERY NO C77-245 

'^ object of this suit is to partition la one ol the 
pmes inscribed bj law certatai rail estate sitnated 
ill tte CUy <tf Vlrgink a»ach. Virginia of wUch John 
WM. (also ima^nM known as Jeta Gecxi) itted, 
sMMwMl pcsMSMd and tl»scrib«l as follows: 

All ttai certain tract, piece or parcel fd land, 

sitnated in Blackwi^r Magisterial District in 
the City of Vifiinia Beach, in the State of Vir- 
%0nia ^i^iMng fifhr (SO) acres, nrare or less, 
Mng a M^ ^ Snbittf ision "F", of the iMIt of (he 
lfiUat7 ,E. Emmons kadi duly (rf record in the 
Clerk's Ottce of the Circuit Court of Virginia 
, BeacM, in IC^ Book 2, page 23, and bouided and 
descrlbelis follows: 

Bei^Ming at the Southnst corner of the land 

CMWE^ed ^ Mike Holcaer and wife to itim Vaj- 

dtHrtcs, bv deed dated April 8, 1914, and duly 

■-. ■ recorded in the Clerk's OfAce of the Circuit Court 

. of Virginia BeaOk, VirgUU in Deed Book 93, 

page 219, and running thence along the Eastern 

line of said John Vaydovics N. 2 degrees E. 

4888.0 feet, crossing the road in common through 

> the said Simmons tract, to a stake in the line 

of the land now or formerly Ives; thence along 

the land now or formerly Ives N. 57 degrees 51' 

E. 'TO.O feet to a sweet gum, N. 42 d<«ree8 51' 
E. 184.8 feet to a sweet gum, head of branch,^ 
N. 36 degrees 21' E. 161.7 feet to an elm, N. 
S3 degrees 06' E. m.l feet to a Idaek gum, N. 
26 (tegrees SI feet E. 141.2 feet to an a^, N. 
4 degrees 36' E. 140.6 feet to an a^ N. 7 de- 
grees 51' E. 101^.00 feet to u aA, and N. 40 de- 
grees 06' E. 35.9 feet to a stake in the Ibie (tf 
file land conveyed by Mike Hdlcxer «Ml wife to 
Frank Lnkacs by deed dated June 24, 1914; thence 
along the said land of Fraidt Lukacs S. 2 degrees 
28' W. 5672.01 feet, recrossing the said road hi 
common, to the land of Etel Karaly (formerly 
Ansell); and thence il(uig die land of Etel Karaly 
"' S. 8? degrees 51' W. 430 feet to the point <rf be- 
ginning. * 
And it appMring from Affidavit in doe ftom of 
lajw now filed that the below named defendants are not 
idinidents of the State ot Vltlginia and that there last 

(ttowa post (^ce address«i are as follows: 
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Mrs. Linda Crouch 

21 Cresceirt Drive 

Graham, North Carolina 27253 

Mrs. 0(d>orah Gates Jcdins 

Virginia Avenue 

Welch, West Virginia 24801 



v,r Upon eonsiteratioa where<rf, it is hereby 

ORDERED that Uie said Catherfaie Quattnme, Linda 
j^rouch, and. Ddwrah Gates Johns do ^ipear here within 
^ti (10) days after doe pdiUcation of.this Order and do 
mA is necessary to protect their respective IMerest 
^rein, and it is further Ordered that this qnier be 
ji^lished in the Virginia Bach Sw— News once a wedc 
ll^ four, (4) consecutive ireeks. 

KELLAM, PICKRELL i LAWLER 

<Jo8ei4kJ. Lawler) 

4020 Firsts Merchants National 

'BankBoMI^ 

?forfoIk. VirfinU 23510 



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mmCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

fb^Ua: 

The regular meeting of^e Council of the City cd Vir- 

1^ Beach will be held In the Council Chambers ct 

Wt ^Utaainistration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 

^ttlott, Virginia B^ch, Virginia, on Monday. March 21, 

Wn, at 1:00 P.M., at which time tiie following apfiUca- 
ttoiis will be hMrd: « 

ittaiDMENTS: 

If lltmcn of the Planning Commissim of the Cifyof 
%ginla BMch to ameod nd i^rdain Article 3 (rfthe 
ConiHnH^ive ZkMiing Ordbianace pertaining to Use 
Mi&ti(»8 forOnfatoor Recreational Facilities. Morede- 
Hued information is available in theDqiartmentof Plu- 



^ llMtob of the Plannii^ Commission (rf the City (tf 
Virginia Bach to amend and reordato Article 4of the 
(^gqttt^^dve 2k»iag Ordtmnee pertaiaing to tJse 
Ifcriu a^ to iis for O^ikior ReereirttoBal FacUittes- ifore 
^^ted tttonnatiM is avaliUtble ia ^ Departamrt of 
' M^niaf . 

i'-'ilDtln fA the Planoi^ CommissiM M the City of 
14f0iitt BMch to anMd and reordain ^tiele 5 ^tte 
CSMiKvteasive Ztxsta^ OHttmnce pertaining to Use 
tew^ldis for O^door KecraMenU FkUttte. More 
l^mcd talormatiM is anilalde in ttie Departmeirt <tf 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



1^ 



puBuc wmci 

VU^inla ftttCh: N^ce is herein given that on Mtmtoy, 
torch % 1W7, at 2:00 p.m. in the Cl^ CoumH ClMim- 
bers in Oie AdnintotratlM Build^ «t the MttUci^l 
Cmtor, PrMsess Aue Station, Vi^iala Beach, Virgiato, 
tl» City Council ctf the City of Virginia Beach wUl 
meet for the puipose of hokUni t poUic taring m the 
amlicattoB fpr^a federal grant from the D^partmetf 
9t Hmsi^ and Uitan Development uMler tte Hawia$ 
a«i C(MBmttnity DevelqpmMt Act of 1974. The into- 
poaM third-year application f eqiuisto funding lor t^r- 
taia community develi^ment activities under Puldic 
Law 93-383 in tl» ammmt of $2,280,000 for ttscSl 
year 1977-1978. Persons wishing to be bnM regard- 
ing this matter must register witt ^ Office df the 
City Clerk by letter or telel^M («W-«»4) m wr be- 
fore 5:W p m. ofl Wednesday March 2, 1977 or at the 
City Clerk's desk prior to the opening of the me^tng. 
Ri<dtenl J. WeW»n 
City; Clerk 

VBS3/2 It 



NOTICE IS HEREBY 6tVEN THAT 
Chandler S. Dennis, Suxlbri^e Supermarket,. 209 Saad- 
bridp Road. Virginia Beach, Virginia> Virginia Beach 
totends^ to andy to the; Vlrginto D^iurtmeoi of Alcoholic 
Beverage Control, at its offices to mchmoDd, Virgiato 
for a ucense to sell beer and wine-ofi premise at th« 
above location. 

The names, addresses, and nature of interest, of 
evei7 person interested, or to be toterested, to the 
busiisess, to any extent whatsoever (exclusive of own- 
ershft) of stock if the applicant be a Corporation), 
are as follows: 
Chandler S. Dennis 2212 Sam^^ier Rd., owner 

Signed Qiis 25th day of February, 1977. 
Chandler S. Dennis 

VBS3/2 1t 





NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



Mifinia: 

The regular meeting bf the Coimcil of the City of Vir- 
ginto Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 
the Administration Building, City Itoll, Prtocess Anne 
Stott<m, Viivinto Reach, Virgtoto, on Monday, March 14, 
1977, at 1:00 P.M.. at which time Hie foUowing ap- 
plications will be teard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIHGATION: 
RAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

1. Petitiim of George J. Panwis, Harry M. Vergakto 
and Guy E. Daugherty for a Change of Zoning District 
Classification from B-2 Communlty-Bustoess District 
to H-1 Hotel District on certain proper^ located 144 
feet South of Northampton Boulevard 6(^nhing at a 
potot 550 feet East of Norwich Avemie, running a dis- 
tance of 150 fe^: along the Soothem property line, run- 
ning a distonce of 15& feet along the Ea^em property 
line, running a distance of ISO feet along tile Northern 
pn^erty line and nmning a distance of ISO feet Along 

^„, ^msmmm^i^ 

UQb: 
Petition of Charles J. Hayes, Sr. and Jean B. Hayes 
for a Change of Zoning Dtotrict Classification from R-5 
RMidential District to B-2 Community-Business Ettstrict 
on certato pn^rty located on tte West side (jf First 
Colonial R<nd begimiing at a p^t 118. IS feet South of 
Wolf snare Road, running a dist^e of 729 feet more or 
less atong the Northern pn^rty line, ruiming a dis- 
tance <^ 760.52 feet atoi^ Uie W^em property Upe, 
running a. dtotance of 660 feet more or less along the 
Southern property line, runnii^ a distance ^ 176.25 
fe^ to a Northerly directton. naming a distance of 
316 feet to an Easterly direction, running a distance 
of 261 feet along the West side of Fint Colonial Rond, 
running a dtotance ^ 205 feet to a Westerly direction, 
running a distance of 210 feet to a Nortterly directi(H», 
running a distance of 205 feet to an Easterly direction, 
and nmning a distance of 159 feet alcmg the West side 
of First Col(Miial Road. Said parcelcmtains 13.5 acres 
more or less. (HUltop Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

3. Petitton of Hado Development Corporation for a Change 
of Zoning District Classification^m B-2 Communlty- 
Bustoess District to A-4 Apartmot District <m certtdn 
property located m the South side of Old Virginto 
BMch Road beginning at a point 200.62 feet East of 
Realty Avraue, running a distance <rf 257.09 feet along 
the South side of Old Virginto Beach Road, running a 
distance of 804.29 feet along tlK Easternvpn^rty 
line, running a dtotance of 279 feet aloK tte Soi&em 
inoperty line, runniig a di^nce of 790.13 feet along 
tte Western prqwrty line, running a distance of 50 
feet to an Easterly dire^oa, and ramdag a distance 
of 65.32 feet in a Nortterly direction. SaM parcel con- 
tains 5.376 acres. (Oceana Gardens Area). LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

4. AKtliotton of Virginia Beach Campgrounds, Inc., 
for a C(»diti(mal Usie Permit for a miatotore golf 
course on certato pn^ierty located 140 feM West of 
Pn^perity Road beginning at a potot 855 fe^ more or 
iMS North of Prosperity Itoad as ft extends East and 
West, running a dtota^ of lOO feet along tte Southern 
piR^ierty line, running a distonce of 110 feet along tte 
Western pnqierty Uae, nmning a distance of 100 fert 
al<«g the Northern property line and rumii^ a distance 
(rf UO feet aliMig the Eastern prc^nty lliw. Said par- 
cel contotos 11,000 npiare fe^. ^A Campgroiaids 
Area). 

nUNC^ ANNE BOROUGH. 
LYNNHAVrai KIROUGH: 

5. Ap|rilcati(w of RicterdCrottlfor a Ci»dltional Use 
ftrmit tor r^reational Hcility of wa outdoor wuf^ 
(watersUde) m certato prc^rty lo<ated on the tifest 
side ot G^eral Booth Boulevard begiimlng at a point 
UOO feri more or less North of So^Stk Bbttoe^ Road, 
rwring a distance of 1170 feet more or less aJ^Jte 
Southen ^t^rty line, nimiag a distance d 618 fe^ 
more or less alMg tte Wnstera proper^ Uw. nnniag 
a distance of 194.03 feet alow tte Norttera prqjiecty 
Hue, nuidng a distaace ot n% itti man ot toss to 
a SMfl^i^riy directton, and nning a iSstonce (tf SO 
feet ainii tte Qist side (rf GMMd -fioett^'Boitfmwrd. 
&id parcel is irregotor to i^e and mntalBS 9.31 
teres more or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
AM^IDMENTS; 

6. IMiM of the Plannii% Ccwimtosion of tte Ci^ of 
Virgtoto ^^eh to ame^ tte Ma^r mm and HItfNray 
Plan nfardi^ the Fatoe Cape PutwfJtim Neck 
nomi Corriito». More dialled informatloB is anUaUt 
to Hm O^artmMt (rf Plaulng. • 

f . MMm ot tte Pla^ng Commiiisim (rf tte C^ ot 
Virftote B^ch to amend avl rebrdato Artide 6 of tte 
C(»i|M«hf^iw tfmig OnUoaace pertai^ to Use 
Regtfittmi tor ridi^ academlM. More ^iQed to- 
tormatim is available to tte I^^ment ot Manniac. 
8. Motte irf tte Plannii^ CMinissioo <tf tte City oS 
Virginto BMCh to amend and remi'&toi&Kttflits 1.2, 
4.2, S.l, 5.2, 5.1, 5,4, S.5, 9.6, 5.10. 6.1.6.3,7.3, 
7.6, 7.7 of tte MAvtolM OrdttttMe iMttg to n- 
ferMces to tte D^artaMl o| p^c Woi^: Hc«# 
d^Ued ^N'natlM to awitaMe to M> Dqutaort 
otVMaHta$. 
Ritiutl. WebboB 
City Clerk 

VBSI/n, M it 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the CtortCs Office of 

tte Circuit Court fd tte 

City (rf VirgMa B(^tt, on 

tte day ot February, 1977 

Betty McD(MtoiiK>> Siemer 

Plaintiff, 

agdnst 

Ricterd Mi Siemer, 

Defentettt. i 

T^e <Aject of thi^ suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vttcuto matrimonii from 
the said defendant, iqion 
tte grounds jQ^ one year 
sq>arati(^. 

And an affidavit having 
been made aid filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sideat of tte Stote of Vir- 
ginia, tte lasl known post 
office addresi teii«: 2304 
N. E. 135tt Lane, North 
Mtomi Beadi, Florida it 
is ordered tttf te do appear 
here within tee (10) days 
after dte pubtleationtere- 
of, and do whit may te ne- 
cessary to priitect his in- 
tere^ in thto^wtt. 
A cqnr-teste^' < John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 



By: Path A. KeOneten, De- 
puty, Clerk 

Broyles, Gorry, Moore & 
Brydges 
P.O. Box 626 r 
Virginia Beacj^ Virginto 

VBS 2/23. 3/2, 3/9, 3/16 
4t 



ORDER 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFJCE OF 
THE CffiCUIT COijRT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINU 
BEACH, ON THE 16 DAY 
OF FEB., 1977 
In re: AdO|rfion^f Brian 
Edward Lewis and Donna 
Lynn Lewis 

By: Lemuel David Fox- 
well and Doris Brady 
Foxwell 
Petitioners 

To: Mr. Larry Browne 
Lewis 

Route 1, Box 312 
Biouots Creek, North 
Caroling ,. 

.V lyiuL ,jj6^ JUiiiij A 

Di^hincery 
#tt8-.20O6 

ORDER 

This day came Lemuel 
David Foxwell and Doris 
Brady Foxwell, Pelitibn- 
ers, and represented ttet 
tte object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect theatfc^ion 
of tte above named infant 
(s), Brian Edward Lewis 
and Donna Lynn Lewis, by 
Lemuel David foxwell and 
Doris Brady Foxwell. bus- 
band and wife^ jatad ^tn- 
davit having been mtde^ 
filed ttet Larry Browae 
Lewis, a natural {nrent of 
said child (ren), is a non- 
resident of the state of Vir- 
ginto, tte tost known post 
office address tei(ig: Route 
1, Box 312, Blounto Creek, 
North Carolina It ipjttere- 
fore Ordered thaf tbe said 
Larry Browne Lewis 
an>ear tefore thto. Court 
withto ten (10) d|y9 after 
publication of tUto Order 
and indicate his/%er atti- 
tude toward the pnq>osed >- 
adaption, or otherwise do 
what to necessary to pro- 
tect hto toterest in this 
matter. 

A C(^y-Teste: !,J(din V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Thomas C. Broytes 
Broyles ii Gorry. 
Pacific Avenue at SSth 
Street 

Virginto Beach, Va. 
23451 

VBS 2/23, 3/2,^3/9, 3/16 
ei 



ORDER OF PUmCATION 

la tte Clerk's OKIce of tte 

Circuit Court tf tte City 

of Vii^ttto B«Mdi, VA., on 

tte 7ft ^y tf'febmary, 

1977. 

Sunn A. Sciorttw, 

ptoiititr, 

agatost 

&linrd J. Sci«rtiM. 

D^cwiant. 



Tte (^ject at ttis suit 
is to i^tain a divorce a 
vtocttlo matritaonii from 
M saM dtftiKlaBt, upon 
m gropdiT ot their Uving 
^MVt «ltho«t any eohabi- 
totitt and witimiit internip- 
tii» tor more tten one year, 
to Witt from February 3, 
1976. 

MA an affidavit tevi^ 
^m$ made lad filed ttet 
ttft MMdant to a bob- re- 
mittal tti state gl Vir- 
llMk tte la«t known post 
tmaaMrm bdm: 4IM 
mm areft. Saa Dtogo. 
ttUtor^ 12105 it to or- 



dered ttat te do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
t^er due publicati(» here- 
of, had So wfe^t may te 
tecesaary to 'pr<Aect his 
iirterest in ttis suit. 
A e(^^Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Path A. Keeneten, De- 
IMty, Clerk 
Paul A. Sciortino 
2425 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia BiMc5,~Vr23456 

VBS-^/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9 



A c<wTe$te: Mm V. 

Fentress 

By: Um A. KenmHiamD., 

Clerk 

Boyd Searbonnigh 

Suite 333 

Mercha^s A Farmers 

ftOi^Jdliv 

Portomotftt, Virginto 

23705 

jg^ 2/16, 2/2y, 3/2. 3/9 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virgtoto Beach, Va. on 

tte 1st day of February! 

1977.' 

Roterta Kaye Hunt, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Daniel Ray Hunt, . 

Defnidant. 

The obje<^ of this suit 
is to obtoin a divorce a 
vtoculo matrimonii from 
the said (tefendant, upon 
the grounds of teving lived 
separate and apart without 
any o^bitotion and with- 
out interruption for one 
year. 

Ami an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the Stote of Vir- 
gtoia, tte last known post 
office address teii%: 1344 
Indiana Avenue, Monacka, 
Pennsylvanto 15006 it to 
ordered ttet he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of) and do wtet may te 
necessary to protect hto 
interest to this suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patt A. Keenehan De- 
puty Clerk 
Bunch & Swanner 
202 Beacon Building 
4565 Virginto Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, VA. 



VBS 
At 



2/9, 2/16, 2/23. 3/2 



ORDER . 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

ON THE WD^F Feb- 
ruary, 1977. ' 
to re: Adoption of Mto Re- 
nee Cooper 

By: Earnest Edward Ctorice 
and > R(»alyn Ttemton 
Clarke 
Petittoners 
To: Mr. Altert White 
271? Barre Street 
Noriolk, Virginto 23504 

In Chancery 

#076-1687 
This day came Earnest 
Edward Ctorke and Rosa- 
lyn Ttemtcm Ctorke, Pe- 
titioners, and represented 
ttet tte object of this pro- 
ceeding is to effect tte 
adoption of tte above nam- 
ed infant, Mto Renee Coo- 
per, by Earnest Edward 
Ctorke and RosalynTtem- 
tcm Ctorke, husband and 
wife, and affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
Altert White, a nateral 

rent (d said child (ren) 
a non-resident of the 
Stete of Virginto, tte last 
known post office address 
teing: 2717 Barre Street, 
Nbriolk, Virginia It is 
therefore Ordered that the 
said Altert White appear 
tefore this Court wlttin 
ten (10) days after publica- 
tion of this Order and in- 
dicate his/her attitude to- 
ward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest to ttis matter. 
A copy teste: 

Jote V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Edward DeUc 

305 Greater Noriolk Ptoza 
555 Fencterch Street 
Norfolk. Virginto 23510 



VBS-2/9, 



2/16. 2/23, 3/2 



jRDER OF PUBLlCAtlON 

to tte Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on 

the 8tt day of February, 

1977. 

James L. Johi^m; Jr., 

Ptototiff, 

agaittst 

Lin^ M. Jc^son, ' 

Defendant. 

Tte (^Ject of this mit 
U to (A^to a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, ^oa 
a» grottwis of one jmr 
s^mrattotai '^ 

And an affi<tovit tei^ 
bew BMife Md fliad ttttt 
tte d^HMtoM to a ma-re- 
sid^ oltte Stote of Vir- 
ginia, tte tost kwwa piot 
office address teiiy: 14tt 
Green End Aveme, Middle- 
tmni, tt^ bland K to 
ortterri'tttt tte dd i^spMr 
tert wtthtt ten(lO) teys 
af^ <hie iriadlcitiM tere- 
ot, alit^ Mmt may te ne- 
^SMfy 1» tsn^Ki ter to- 
tflnest u ffis wit. 



A c(^-teste: Jcta V. 

Fentr^s 

dy; J. Curtto Fmit, D. 

Cterk 

FnMt E. B^er, HI 

4m Viifinia Btec^ ttvd. 

Vil^nia BoK^. VA 23452 

V^: 2/9, 2/16, 2/23, 3/2 
41 



r**— — : 

ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Offic^ <rf 

tte Circuit C(MirtoftteCity 

of Viif into Botch,, Va. on 

the 18tt day of February, 

1977. 

Maxton Rudd Siidc, 

Patotiff, 

against 

Sara Merritt Sink, 

Defendant. 

Tte (A>|ect of this suit 
is to obtato a divorce from 
bed aiid board from tte 
said defendant, upcm tte 
grounds of desertion. , 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttattte 
defendant is a non-resident 
of tte Stote of Virginia, 
tte last known post office 
address being: e/o Mrs.G. 
W. Merritt, Route 1 Box 
348, Magaolto,)iortt Caro- 
lina it to ordered ttat ste 
do aniear tere within ten 
(10) days after due pub- 
lication tereof, and do wtet 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect ter toterest to ttis 
suit. 

A cqiy-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeneten D. 
Clerk 

Frank E. Butler, m 
4336 Virginto Beach 
Boulevard 'j* 

Virginto Beach. Va. * 

23452 ' " -■?;:• 

VBg 2/23. 3/2. 3/9, 3/16 
4t '.'..-. 



ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFJCE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINU BEACH 
ON THE SlStDAYOF JMP 
TOY.lSn. 

' W Ife: XifflpHtiir «r TJhSffe 
Page Stateslow and Danna 
Parry Staineslow 
By: Frank Dorsy Cullen 
and Margaret Page Edger- 
toa Cullen 
Petttioners 
To: Rotert Netoon 
Pine Street 
Phitodelphto. Pennsylvanto 

In Chancery 
#C76-326 

^iThto day came Frank 
Dorsy Cullen and Margaret 
Page Edgerton Cullen. Pe- 
titioners, and represented 
ttet tte object of this pro- 
ceeding is to effect tte 
adoption of tte atove. by 
Frank Dorsy Cullen and 
Margaret Page Edgerton 
Cifllen, hustend and wife, 
aiKl affidavit teving oeen 
made and filed ttet Rotert 
Nelson, Daedre Page 
Staneslow, a natural par- 
ent of one of said child 
(ren), to a non-resident 
of the Stote of Virginto, 
the tost kiM}wn post office 
address teing: Pine Street, 
Phitodeli^a, Pennsylvanto 
It is therefore Ordered that 
tte said Rotert Nelson ap- 
pear tefore this Court 
withto ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and todicate his attitude 
toward tte proposed adop- 
tion, or otterwise do wtet 
isr necessary to protect hto 
interest to this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
James E. Br^es, Jr. 
35tt Street & Pacific Ave. 
P.O. Box 626 
Vfivtoto Beiich, Va. 

VBS-2/9, 2/16,2/23, 3/2 

4l 



dl^lER OR PUBLICATK}N 

to tte Cleric's Office of tte 

Cimit Court of the City 

of Virrinto Beach, VA.. 

on tte «h day of Februu?, 

1977. 

Marvial Dick Geirtry, 

Ptototm, 

agatost 

Gleada Lee Swi^er Gentry 

DefMdaitf. 

Tte ol^ect of this suit to 
to oMato a divorce a vto- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said dttf^^ttt. upon tte 
grounds <d one year se- 
paration. 

And an amdavit tevbig 
been made and filed thai 
tte defendant is a n«i-re- 
sident of tte Stote of Vir- 
ginto. tte last known post 
office address being; Hous- 
ton, Texas it is ordered 
ttet she do appou: tere 
wittin ten (10) days after 
due puUication henot, and 
do wtet may te iKcessary 
to pnrtect her iaterest to 
this suit. 



A cqnr-teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: Patti A. Keen^an 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 

VBS-2/16, 2/23. 3/2. 3/9 
4t ' 

ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGIJrU BEACH 
ON THE 9TH DAY OF 
FEBRUARY, 1977 
IN RE: ADOPTION OF 
RHONDA SUE CUTTER 



BY: AUDREY NEAL AB- 
BOTT and LmCOLN 
SYLVESTER ABBOTT, 

tesband and w ile, 

Petttioners 



(»U>ER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach, Va. 

on tte 31st day of January, 

1977. 

Velma Irby Rice, 

Ptoiirtiff, 

against 

Rotert Leroy Rice, Jr., 

DefMidant. 

Tte object of this suit 
is to obtato a divorce from 
tte to^is ot matrimonii 
from tte »id defendant, 
qx» tte grMnds (rf se- 
paraticm for more than one 
^ar. 

-And an atfida^t tavtog 
bMi ma(fe and filed ttet 
tte d^endart to a uM-re- 

S^M tf iMf owte ot Vir- 
gtate tte tost known p^ 
(MlM addr^s betog: VSC 
tex m, k?0 ^ttte. 
WatttN^ WTS? ft to er- 
tertd mt te *> app«r 

irteres^ in this suit 



TO;^«4wMPd«ift0ia^etltet 

f-'vie/tnMn'CKtter '^^ ^ 
P.O. Box 87 
Bow Lake, New Hampshire 

IN CHANCERY NO. 
C77-151 

Thto day came Audrey 
Neal AlAott aad Lto- 
coto Sylvester Abbott, Pe- 
tifioaers. and reiKretaented 
ttet the (d>ject of this pro- 
ceeding to to effect tte 
adoption of tte above - 
named child. Rhonda Sne 
Cptter. by Audrey Neal Ab- 
bott and Ltocoto Syls«ter 

Ateott. husband aad wife, 
and affidavit teving been 
made and filed ttet Ed- 
ward Harold Cutter, tte 
nateral fatter of tte said 
child, is a non-resident of 
tte Stote of Virginto. his 
tost known post olBce add- _ 
ress teing: c/o Dan Cutter. 
P.O. Box 8t Bow Lake. 
New Hampshire: It is 
tterefore ORDERED ttet 
the said EDWARD HAROLD 
CUTTER appear tefore 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and todicate his 
attitude toward tte propos- 
ed adoption, or otterwise 
do wtet is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

Thomas C. Broyles 
Counsel for Petitioners 

VBS-2/16. 2/23, 3/2, 3/9 
4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
th»«> Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virginia Beach. VA. 
on tte Slst day oflaiiohry 
1977. I 
Barry Lee Barro, 

against 

Jane Lyme Osborne Baro> 

Defendaid. 

The object of this siMt 
is to (Atain a divorce a 
vincnlo matrimonii troti 
tte said defMdant, ^(m 
the grounds of ooe y^r no 
fault. 

Ate an affidavit teriag 
be«i made aad ffled tti^ 
tte (Pendant to a aoa-i^ 
sidert of tte Stote of Vir- 
giato. tte to^ haraa post 
offi% address teing: atO 
Yucoi Street, (^taado, 
Ftorida 32807 it to Wder- 
ed ttet ste (to ai^ter tere 
wnto tea (10) <li|s after 
dtae piftUcrtMn h«'«tf , nd 
do wM any te neoMSH^ 
to pr^ef^ ter bkHmA to 
ms saft. 

A 0^-l^te: JoteV.faa- 
trass 

By: J. ^rtto Frpt, Cleit 
William Dridni«ta- 
43N Viifi^BiiMAteAh 
vard 
VtcittUa Bndi. VA ^m 



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SUNOIAL is a con pUtHciZB 

Virgim^ach club or civic groufi^tivitm 



t^lth ^rwrs Volun^r coi^^e Kelimn BUM 



A special prdf ram m career oiiff»- 
tmUm iA tte fteU of health will te 
fivm at First Ctdonial Hich Schoi^ 
at 2 p.m. oa March 2. Mrs. Lyida 
BaMri%t, ]^«Mn flie health careerspro- 
gran (^ tin Vij^i^a council on health 
and medical care will be guest speaker. 

TN asseinUjp p^ram will inclade 
a sU<le-a«ttd presentaU(ffi descrilti^; 
over SO positions in health. Students 
will bt given the chance to ask ques- 
tions and to «Atain further written in- 
forroatioa oa any h^lth career. 

The Yln^oiia eooacil on health and 
medical care is a iNriuntary, non-pro- 
fit organiaatiov loeated in Richmond^ 
The imlth careers program wcnts 
ckMely with hMfritals, hnltii profess- 
ioffiii orgaaix^otts, uidguiitaBcecmin- 
selors to stimulate interest ii the health 
field and to mc^vate youi^ pe<q>|e to 
consfato- a health career. 

BaysMeHi PTA 

Bays»ie High SclKXd Parents Tea- 
chers Association meeting will tie held 
Thursday, March S, in the school au- 
ditorioK at ^M Haygood Road. 

F<dlowijPig the busiiess meeting l>e- 
giaoiiv at 7:30 p.m., the program, 
"Where Do We Go From Here" will 
foUow. Planned by Mrs. Annette Hill, 
sehocd counselor, guest speakers od 
career information for Ixrth parents 
and students will featere: Carl Cunning- 
ham and Jessee Sandlin of the Vir- 
ginian Employment Commission; Mrs. 
Del Carlson (rf Tidewater. Commvity 
College aod Mrs. MarceUa Humpries 
<rfVo-Tech. 

"How to A^y for a Job" wiU also 
be presented in pantomime liy the Bay- 
side drama department. 

Redbert E. Eidson, PTA president, 
Invites all parents and i^erested 
frtends to attend and speak informaUy 
Witt the panel members after the ^- 
gram. All stodents are welcome. Re- 
freshments will be served. 



The Titfwrater chapter, American 
Red Crt«s, service to military famil- 
ies D^(artm4«t is (Bering a cMrse 
for volm^ei^ interested in ^>«MliBg 
at inst a Nitt of a <tey per week 
helping peqde through Wkhis Red 
Cn^s offices in the Virginia Beach- 
Norfolk »r«|. 

The coar$«. entitled "The AH of 
Helping," provides instruction and in- 
sight into the l«sics of social work, 
iocMiiv taiteryiewing, human be- 
havior, and recognition pt available 
resources both civilian and military. 
AM qfKW CMipIetion of the course, 
gn^hi^s WiU Income volunteer case* 
woiters tor ^ Red Cross. 

The course is scheduled to begin 
in March, and wiU run for five weeks, 
with two three-hour sessions per week. 
The Chapter Hou^ at 414 *. Bute 
Street will be the site of the sessions. 

If ]^ are interested, c<mfftct Mrs. 
Anne Nelson, director of SMF, for an 
interview. Call 625-6791. 

Aecf Cross dinner 

A new chiqi^er chairman will be 
named at the Tidewater chairter, A- 
merican Red Cross, aimiial dinner 
meetiag to be held at the Ume Creek 
Amfimma Base dicer's CUb, Thnr- 
«iay, March 10. 

All mraibera of Red Cross are in- 
vited to attend. Reservations must be 
made by caUii« the (Mice of the 
IMrector of Volunteers, 625-6791. 

A social hour will be held at 6:30 
p.m; with dinner at 7:30 p.m. Eater- 
teinment is plaimed. 

NImltz wives 

The l^ Nimiiz EnUsted Wives Club 
WiU hold their mcmthly social, Mar. 
U, from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the Saiip- 
Nr»ore Wives Club, BTOB. 

Bal^sitti^ is provided. For more 
infbrmation contact &a Shelton at4>89- 
275?. 



^^^J^a^L,. R^mting workshop 



"Qnrsday, Mar. 3^ Friends of the Vir 
ginia B^ch Library meeting, Kemps- 
viUe Itranch Ubrary, iS KempsviUe 
itoad, Sp.Qt- 

Moiday, Mar., 7, Public Hearing, 
Birt b%ii grtht 




2 p:ai. 

Mdodiy, ifar:^14, ^Hcttatira permit 
I^dilic Heariag, Ci^ CouncU chamb- 
ers, 2p.m. 

Qm'dton program 

Ivmk M. HueUer, TPI Extention 
Ageat at V^-paia B^ch, reports: 

The worst winter in Virgteia Beach's 
histoid is coming to an end, and the 
Ei^msion h(»1icBltnrists are already 
ha^iaf forward to quring gardening. 

First ^me veg^ble gardeners 
should ptaa to attend "Vegetable Gar- 
deabig in fiaaU Pla^s." The program 
is sehe(tailed to be held at the new 
KempsviUe RecreatiOB Center Mar. 
M fivm U a.B. to Noon. Call 427- 
^U for rj^trati(». 

Copies of "Vegetalile Gardening in 
Vuiii^" are now avallidile. A Uro- 
^d M^y is in the Extasion of- 
fice at Bldg. 12, City HaU. ^c^by 
and pMii9^a^»ifqr soon. 

Arts proposals 

The Virginia Ccmmission ot the 
Arts and Humanities invites grant pro- 
p(»als for the year beginning July 1, 
1977, aimed at stimulatii^ and encour- 
a^ag'piMic interest and participatioa 
in the arts. 

Pn^Msals nay inelnte the creattea 
(rf new works, performaaces, «dd- 
MldK, dMBonstratiois, workshoips, 
readtags, and otter presentatioas or 
partic^iatoT experiences in tiw fields 
of architecture, crafts, ianee, folk 
arts, Uterature, museum wiHt, muic, 
pddie flMcHa, ti^tt«, and visual arts. 

For fiirther information, guidelines, 
and applieaticm forms, write or caU 
the Viitiaia Coromis^iM of tlw Arts 
ud ItaBMrittes. ¥» E. Grace Sreet, 
First Fbor, RichnKmd, Virgbiia 23219, 
(804) 716-4492. 



The Virgii^a Beach Reading CmmcU 
wUl lave a iq>ring workshop at 7:30 
p.m.. Mar. 8 at Plua Jmiior High 
School. Tt ^^ ^ be^ fostc f prikg||^ 

icl» W t,^ife^^^^ 
everyone may attend two woitsh^a. 

Dr. ftutera Greene, as/^itant j»o- 
fessor ft ODU, WiU contact one <rf the 
workshf^ on mding based oa writ- 
^ and writ^ based on reading. 

Ai (eceod wpdksfa(9 wiU bectmducted 
by Mr. Frairic Delar, repre»ntaUve 
ti the 3-M corporatiMi, on oveiiiead 
pn^/Kim and transparency maJdi^, 
and how they apply to reading. 

The third woitsh(v «iU be conducted 
by Mrs. Pe^y Volkman, media spec- 
iaUst and lai^uage master ^^ in fluuel 
board stories, an eorichmot to riead- 
iag. 

The fourth wiU be condocted by Mrs. 
Martha Ri«land, media speciaUst, on 
more effective use of media in Uie 
reading areas. 

Refreshme^ wiU be served. For 
iitformation caU Rose Ocltfeateia, 428- 
9260. 

72 KeHam reunion 

The 1972 gnduating class (tf Kellam 
High School is irfaaniag a five-year re- 
uniiHi. Any ii^er^ed partis please 
cmtact Steve HaUead at 4t»-2143 or 
BoBBie 3(mi at 340-6384. 



Marines meet 



CalUag an Mariaes to a Marine 
Osps League meetiag. 

The Virginte Beach detacdimeBt, Ma- 
riM Corps League, wiU hold its regu- 
lar DMlhly aeetlBg at the Mariner 
Re»rt 1m at 57th and Oceanfront on 
WfldaMday . Mar. 2 at 7:30 p.m. 

AU foraw, retired or active Ma- 
riaea Uviag in the area are tainted 
toattOKl. For more infonnatiOB^eaM 
can Bob Fhwf 424-173S. detechm«it 
conmaadaat. 



Tte KeUan High School WaA Par- 
ents As$«:iation will hold a feneral 
business meeting TiKsday, Mar. 8 at 
7:30 p.m. is the Band Room. Upcoming 
hand events and ftutd raisii% activl- 
ttis «Uf be discussed. AU parents of 
band members are asked to attend. 

'V swimming 

The Virginia B4|eh FamUy YMCA, 
located at 4441 Sdath Boulevard, wlU 
r^nra to its wrmal recreati<Nial switt- 
mfiig pool schedii^immedlately. All 
swimmlnr classes irin resume as of 
F^. 28. 

PTA: 

The Princess Anne High School PTA 
viU. spoasor their third meetly of 
the school year on Tuesday eveidng. 
Mar. 8, at 7:30^j^in. in Uie school 
cafeteria. ' "- 

The program will feature presenta- 
tions by the vocational d^artraents 
in the school. The d^artmoits r^jre- 
sented wiU be business edueation, dis- 
tribuUve edatattOft, NJ^TC, imhist- 
rial arts, and hone ecommics. 

^formation wiU be given on tte 
vocatlmal eurricttldins and how they 
OB boMfit ttie students. Refredi - 
mea^ wUl be ai^ at the close of 
the^r^ida. 

iUt pareirts and interested ciUzens 
of the cmmimity are invited to attend. 

Day Of Prayer 

World Day 9S Prayer is celebrated 
each year on tlwilnf Friday of March. 
Since the first siUl gathering lathe 
United States 90 years ago, this pray- 
er movement has oiptnred the imagina- 
tion <>f CbrisUiMi women in the local 
communittes werywhcrc ;<'':csc thr^ 
eontiaents and iiliiMls, to include 170 
coudries aroBBd the world. 

la ^very stete in this utiM, World 
Day of Prayer is sponsored by Church 
Women United, a motwm«itf t»f I^t- 
ettaat, Orthodbx uidltlimab'Camoilc 
women. 

Plan to share in your neif^rhood 
service <» Friday, Marcb^i^at GaU- 
^rch, ^% and Pac- 
ts ^ lipkr Itf "Love in 
Aetiai." ^I|fl0stii|^ tt#|iietTime 
wiU be at ra:30 ajn., prej^ at U 
a.n. Lunch wiU be served and a 
Miysitter provided. 

RiffiredV'whm 

The Retired Oftioer's Wives Soc- 
iety of Tidewater wUl . ^Id their 
Ma^ meeting at tte Ft. Story (tf> 
fleer's club Tlui^day Mar. 10, «tart- 
iag with a social hawt at U:30 a.m. 
and lancheoB at 12:l|p.m. 

A spring fasfaiott^ovby.MiUer and 
Rhoads wUl highiyp« me^iag. 

For reservatioilfaiii informattoa, 
please caU Mrs. Har^d tarter at 464- 
4995. 




JOY Day 



DM't forget JOY' Diay (Just (Hder 
Youth). JOY Day ii b(riiig held oa 
Wedaesday, Mar. 9 at tte VIrfinia 
Beach Civic Center (Dtwe) fi^ VH 
a.iB. to 2 p.m. with Joe Hoiiiel as 
m«rter of ceremonies. There wiU be 
ntaie^ ttencing, modeUng,^ sioglng, a 
sfctt and lunch. 

Lunch WiU consist (pt two pc. chtd(- 
en-poliards, Mppli saaee, poUto sal- 
aa, roU, and the c(»t wUl be ip.75. 

Also, one flree cdce from tte Ara- 
goaa ItecreatioB Cent«r, donits-<^- 
pUn^s of Cape Henry Womb's CMb, 
aad coffee wiU te avaiUUe. 

Church speaker 

Tit Reverend RichaM 0. Brtd^ord, 
flreetor (rf tte Norf(ik Uitaa Ort- 
readr Mlaistry, will %e Uie guest 
qwater at St. Francis' E|dseopal 
CIrareh eveaiqg, Mar. t ^ 7:Mlp.B., 
at ^ Rose RMd. 



Pembroke Realty 
top Beach agents 



Nli» emptoyees tit tte 
irgWa Beach-based Peril? 
Iwrte Realty aad Anraace 
^MCF hme b«M idtod tor 
t^sttjaag a^BveiBcnt. 

tMMag held aafllM- Oil 



Slel^ 1. (MMterl <datf 
Jitfte jMnram of ViffMa 
BaaiA at tta^^^pu^'awl- 
M t§mi tf tte j^. $^ 
wvmatUmn-, 
batav too 




Om ynr award w«ttoBet^ 
Gwaaer. ^li Lee, itehas 
otfy recMly leered tte 
eowMT^l Hdea dqiart- 
mmi, was ^ad aa coai- 
iMH^lal sates amx^i^ «| 
tt«^ar. 
m$mt ^tmyurvrnm 

irt« r^etvad Us rmi »- 
Ute ^«ue in lf?t. aad 
mnA i^Nwed award «h^ 
to Oottfe Paatfcord. 

n^mta Id tte awpte 
irar» Mite Owto*. pw* 

a^ wgHt^lim jvar; Wi 
Pbtn^, advance sates of 
life insaraflce; and Wt^ 
^rMU, Ufa liiMraaM «l. 




Fine 
food... 
live 
music 
foryour 

Dining and Dancing Pleamn! 

9 PM IP 2 AM FRI. AND SAT. 
9 PM TO 1 AM 
MON. THRU TWJRS 
4«1.ff1f2 





by Mrs. D. L. McCURDY 
Special to the SUN 



At tte February meeting 
oi tte Riverton Garden Club, 
Maryeilea H^n^nottem in- 
strueted tte grviqi in nidc- 
ing roftepot hangei^tton^ 
ytra. Ste used tecttiif^es 
whi«h iMsluded braidteg, tte 
hangmaa's noose lo^, and 
tte overhand knot. CoE^ULee 
Wc^r and Kaacy fiaw]^ 
wi^ hpitnnHM. .- , 

To ^mmemorate ,4rb(^ 
Day on Feb. 22, the^lab 



secured pine seedlings for 
Idanttng anddlstribated ttem 
to third frabers at CoUafe 
Park EtaneateEy SeHoU ahd 
to roentaUy haadicaniadGirl 

For F0rwi7's'Hierapy 
prefect. %i«^!y handicap- 
ped Girl Scours were as- 
sisted in making dried flow- 
er arn«geai«tts. 

Tte 9}tf> is tafclBg sNw 
to have Itivertondm^aated 

Mle in^mreh aad %ilaat 
sale later in U^ n^iag. 



Merit badges 
for Troop 532 



By KIM TUCKER 

Troop #532 
Special to tte SUN 

(ta Tuesday, Feb. 8, Girl 
Scont Trdop 532 reieeived 
merit bttdj^s a^=yE^ot 
terd work, "nie girls who 
rec^mMI tte badges vere. 
Tamara BeUea, eeajuktor; 
Mary Bullae. «y tome, 
p^, obsenvr, watn- tm; 
Baitan Di^oU, &iiA', Sa- 
tatmSmes, odleetor; Cin- 



dy Madlonald , collector, 
home, tealth aadnfety;lEtoi 
Tucker, osllector, pen pal. 

Alsa there are some »w 
adittttoos to Troop t32«and 
ttey are Kathli^ ^rown. 
Tangle Townsend, Carrie 
Udbr. MicteUe M(Ar, aad 
BMrtittOmes. 

On Pe^. 7, several (tf toe 
Girl Sc(»ttroq»iattePriB- 
cess AanePte£iarMatt(»d- 
ed a scOTt skattog paty 
at Plasa S(dler Rink. 



Steak house 
at Hilltop 



Western SluOin »eak 
Houses, toe, a restinrant 
chaia based ia Aogasto, 
Ge«iiawito over 1»0 sink 
hon^ ta fl|ieratioii ttfoss 
toe «Mirtry, is to lettte 
toeb* second operatba in 
Tidewater at HUlt«v toVir- 
giniaBeKb. 

lite f«>trt<»idractor(Mi 
tte tnibHiig Is JaBeaBea. 
dersw from. KwttiAugute, 
Sooth CaroUtt. 

He steak hoose, located 
oa LaAia Road oe^totea- 
ter Mk^, ^U seat 2SS 
peo^e to a teni-cafeterfa 



type service. Tte ri^rtau- 
ra^ ariU conteto it^ovn 

bti^r Aap distlnpriaj^ii^ 

it from crtter.^aak hoos^ 
to toat it WiU s«^ tf^t- 
ly crt, U. S. Chdce be^ 
ra a sizxlii^ ^tter. 

Jofiuir CorporattMi, wito 
priMi^Wla at ii^^ k. 
Wm Jr., JoseiA R, IMte 
m and JMqrii B. Jota, wUl 
te tte lyeraters. €^eniBg 
is scheduled for J(m 1. 

TUa traaMctton maiK- 
goUated tf T^maa C. Ky- 
rus k Associates Realty, 




rmt TRIE sm 

buooar* at lae INN teve teen a Tldtwattr tradlUM 
for alBftast fifty yMrs now, aad the Coloaial Braakfut 
haltt rtlafad each Sunday from 10-30 tU 3:00 is re- 
kMUag Ikt fanOy treat. Served at tte table, thU all- 
ye«-<aa-aat iaasi baclas with Ihe INN's tradltteMi 
'sOcky' buas aad features fish chowder, assorted Jalets, 
te«a»adi Mueterry ttatfias, platters of scraaMad 

flgff, ten, saoaage aad pota h._.., v.. ,ppjj 

stradel aad vaaUla ice crtam. 

At a pr ' '3.75 tor adults »aa »<:.<:& lor caildrea 
It t« eas} itand why reservatioos are sugfvslfld. 



oyr c 



iv nuivi .DHt 



'v'2LCh Uurticui. 
r,xtentlon Ageo* 

Tte gardentog season is rapidly approacrung and ih 
just a few weeks you'll be busy planting the hardy vege- 
tables. iTUs is a good time to get your garden soil tested. 
Most people wait until they are ready to plant snd then 
decide to tave the soil tested, 

Don't wait! If you want tte fertilizer and lim. . 

mendaUons in time for tte earliest crops, you'll naed 
to teve a soil sample taken by mid-february. Once we 
receive your soil sample it will take approximately two 
wedts for you to find out ttte test results. 

Taking a SoU Sample: 

1. For ease in sampling, select a time when soil con- 
ditions are average- -not too wet, dry or froxen. 

2. Take a sample for every area ttat will te treated 
ditferenUy; example-lawn, vegetable garden, shrubs, etc. 

3. Take 6-10 represeatativfe samplings from each dif- 
ferent area. Use a trowel, spade, auger, or shovel to take 
samlas. Mix all saatplings from each area together for 
a eoinposlte sample. One pint of soil is needed. 

4. Obtato sou boxes and f^ct sheet from the Extension 
eiUce or any Virgtoia Beach Library. We can only accept 
thosfr samj^s, which are in soil braes anl accompanied 
witoatoi^steet. 

St(9 by tte VIrfinia Beach Ubrary and idck «p a y^^ 
tat^ iprden toct sheet. Volume numter ote is MUr araU- 
abte; a new sheet v^ te on toe shelmes we>7 two weeks 
during to^ plantfhg seascn. 

Tte tact she^ WiU provide you Inforroatttm on soU 
prqwratloa, fertiUxaticffl. plaatii« , tosect and diseases, 
and planting times for this an».D(Hi'tmtssa single issie- 
teve a garden fORi'llte, prondivtAis y«ur. 

Be sure°^to select disea^ r^istanf varieties of v^^- 
tobles for ycmr garden text summer. This wiU allwv you 
to secure laiier yields of high quality produce wito litUe 
(H-itto use of pesticides. 

Seed oitalogues wUl indioite which varieties are re- 
sii^ant to wrious diseases. When selecting snap bean var- 
ittes Uxk for masaic resistan(^. "fopcrop, Tenterette, 
and CtercAee Wax have this bctor. Contender isanotbr 
variety which is resfistant to mosaic, and also to powdery 
mUdew. 

Garden Club makes 
pot 



J use they ar 

'Osaic, and luiidew. Poinsett is auirfher ^ooti AeltA 

ir this area 

Sai :s an excellent leaf lettuce which tolerate* 

heat am viu o« slow to "bolt" or go to seed. If you > 
to try a tead lettuce, select Imperial 44, tecanse o 
heat tolerance. 

Sweet pepper varieties whic;, ... .re are :... 

Boy, Emerald Giant, and Yolo wonder. There are many 
tomatio variettes, but few can surpass tte quality of Bet- 
ter Boy and Homestead 24. Ttese two varieties show some 
resistance to blossom-end-rot. 



sponsor 
Grocery 
Grab 



For the beneftt etf cystic 
fibrosis, toe VirgintoBaadi 
Jayeees aad B«-LoS«Eper-' 
markets of Virgtoia B^cb 
wiU te sponsoring a "Gro- 
cery Grab." 

TtNB wtoter vUI g^ toree 
mto^ks to toe atoles (d a 
Be-l^ ^ermaritet, se - 
lectii^ my meKteadize te 
or 'tile wants (wito a limit 
(rf ^S^.^«ecMd prise «iU 
te a ISsxMtod him andthird 
wiU te a }S-20 pound tur- 
key. : 

Tl^k^ lor toe cySUc 
fibrosis grocery grab wUl 
te available at one doUar 
each from any memter of 
toe Vir^ida Beach Jaytees 
or at a^^ Virgtoia Beach Be- 
Lo SqiiirBarkat. 

Tha Jayeees ask your 
suMiort to thto e^rt to 
telp f^ht leMim cause of 
deato to ddldren. 

Tte raffte dnwlog «U1 
te held Wednesday i Mar. 
23 and tte grocery grab 
wUlte held liar. 28. 

For toforaati<» aod tick- 
ets call BUI tiart at 425- 
0219 or Dick Forrest at 
4a0-61?». 



DRIVE WITH CARE 
Drive with care, don't te 

OT^P 8 Free Beei»f«»der! 



In Norfolk.., 
the first and fine^ 
dinner theatre... 

Now in our Utt year 

CAVALIER 
DINNER 
AYHOUSE 



Gourmet Buffet i 

pr^taredby 
OiefFeUx 



Cedctoils 8 p.m. 
Buffet 8:4$ 

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Mother Nature Says: 

Be hsalthy. be happy' 

Motoair Natan Says eaa JJUl yeinr mbi- 
Idcte ■i^rftttaaai jn«|s... coaqian aar 
tov. I«« frkm m pu^ ud mda». 
o«r jwvude eggs ud p^toMi 



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across from Ptoe Tree tan 
483-1888 






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ooea 7 itovs wA H:30-10:M wHtmta 

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Steak Spectoll2.95 

Steak aad your favorite cocktoO wnwd vM baMdj 
potato* saUd. Saadays, Moateys * Tneiiteys 



rteHir titnckaon Speeui 
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Around the legs routine as Marcy demonstrates withJuffie Wesky. 

Marcy My let's life 

twirls 




Story mid Rhptos 
by Gary FuUwten, 
SIW News Editor 



Wtea liarcy Myler «as five y«tn 
oM, she taaed along with iier faflier 
as he tiocfat hftbn .twirling at rar< 
iwis westeni Massachusetts sdtools. 
m» (Hsodvered ate lUed twirling, 
learned to compete in contests, aad 
now-tran^anted to Virginia Beach— 
Marcy teacbc^ baton twirling. 

MaDcy teaches a baton twirlingtech- 
niques and routines to the majbrettts 
at KemiftvUle High School, am she 
teaches individually at her home in 
Bow Creefk. Some of her stndeots 
she haslpnaed into 'a team, tii« Pla- 
aaiatri" 




Every Thnrs&y aftemooi, Marcy 
tikts tte ttw najorettes of Ken^- 
ville High bi tow aad he^fliem sharp- 
in their teetal«ie and rootiaes. Sie 
started he^ng them last December. 
"I had been teaching a covle of the 
girls privately anyhow, so I asked Ca- 
r^ Seviila, president of the Kemps- 
viUc Band Parents AssociaUcHi, if she 
VmgtA it would be a good idea for 
IM to tondi tiM majfflr^tes as a gi^Mp. 



'.Jt*9 hot how high you 
to$itho baton butf^w 
faat you turn around^ J 



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t»frttjig,"-r«8id Ma^. "Vheq'igot 
,OQt of high school, I went to work 
with the ptnne. company and fuX start- 
ed teaeUnc kids on the side. My clas- 
ses after. irork got so Ug I qsit my 
joib and taoght Aill-time all over the 
western part (tf Massachnsetts." tm. 
teazling alK) induded 4peeid baton 
twirlii« cUnies all over New England. 



Tva always louod to 
taachrbaton twirling.* 



"I wait along with my Bad wimi he 
began teaching twirling and ju«l picked 
it up. I guess I 1^ 1^ good MOif h 
to start idling i^vately. mm I 
was in school I liked to compete in 
the various CMtote, b^ byttattinM 
my I^d tras Judging iMSt of Mw eon- 
p^ltions and that preantodiat^enir" 



She stopped tenddag lorawhitoatof 
she was married, but soon was bade 
at it in CalifomU, northern Virginia. 
New York mate and finals Vlrfittia 
Beach, iffioid two ud a hatf iNtar* 1^, 
Marcy placed ui ad lo the ^IN (Mfer- 
titg to teach baton twlrUag, and tpam 
the reqxmse of one student, she now 
teaches 'many. . 



v «imtimms&i^msxm»sii»i 



Marcy Myter 



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Just how hard is it to iMm twirl- 
ing? "Praetlcally any kid can lewra to 
twirl if she wants to, but it tafeis i 
tot of prtettce," enpkitsiyed Marcy. 
"It's a chaUeage to teach them, es- 
pecially tito begiimer." 

"For example, on a numewrerdilled 
toss-turnaround, it's not how high you 
toss tb» baton but how last yon tnra- 
around, Ybu have to get ^rbody and 
leet to coordinate witt the baton," ex- 
plaiaed Marey. 



fraetloaHy anykldcan 
loam twirling If she 
wants to, but It takas 
a lot of praetlca.'^ 



Ibnpy avf the best age &»■ achild 
to MaH leandng is fbout 5-7. Itey 
Vmrn atow, she says, id they usually 
tooni it r^. A tiatim is a baton is 
not a baton. I^rey exidaias: "lliere's 
many Undn tf batons, tnm the begia- 
ner which s^rto at |4.2S iq> to toe 
faMlor^ advaaitaid baton costing $12 or 
US. It's a n^r of tow weU it's 
balanced." 



niB ijTfflBiiiiyniiilT faft lii M»rf Coii, 
tia^baiidjbnetor, and he liked the 
Wen." 

At home, Idle coaches the nasi Pa- 
triot^ o'iiive.llrl team dfqinather 
PMHSeton, Julte Morpn, Teritt Doo- 
lay, Una Bark aad JaUitf Wesliy. 
Ttefve be«i togetoer as a teatn tor 
^onltwo yean and cMip^ to con- 
test! at todepentence Junior High, 
lOnud Hotel, and performing bendit 
shows at convalesce, homes. They've 
got the tr^Mes to show how good they 
are. 



Marcy hopes to start a senior team 
soon. One or two of her }«ator Pa- 
trtoto will be luting high school, and 
she would like to stort a team wito 
her. 

Outside of the high schools, toere 
are two or toree prirate baton twirl- 
ing organisations. One to the Tide- 
wator Twtriettcs and aaothar to the 
iBgb Stepiiera. "A lot of Virginia 
Beach gals belong to toe TMrtettea," 
said Marcy. "Th^'re both good 
groups." 

Ttere wo also two major national 
organiaatiotts: USTA (Unitod SUtes 
Twir1ii« AssoctotioB) and NBTA (Na- 
tional Baton Twirling Association). 
Boto gro«i» q»oa# competitions, and 
Marcy hopes to anU»> Iter team tosdme 
coming i^ starting aroiad April. 




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Plaza Patriots and their }rophies. L tcfR Heather Pendleton, Lisa^Burk. Jerri 
Dooley, Julie Morgan and Jullie Wesley. 




Lisa Burk leads a 
marching formation. 



Marcy hopes baton twirling wiUcon- 
tinue to her family. She learned from 
her fatoer, and now Marcy's seven- 
yeair-old dangbter Maureen is "pick- 
ing qp the baton." 



Concentration is the key 

.,yp success, as Marcy 

teaches daughter Maureen. 





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Who will be 1977 Festival princesses? 



By CART FULLEKTOf 
fmamsgator 



Apftt 1 to toe \*y i%ht 



Tke aelaetton iM^Kessms 
open- to aay female high 
lehocA aWtaat eafrai^y to 
the JnniMr dass to a Vir- 
Itoto Boacb high a#)d irho 



Laurie Ann Fox, Jac(|uelioe 
Carlotto McGure and Ter- 



6M your ttdtato now to see tot dyaamfc p a a l w to ant e 

1^. tt at IM Spurrtovs mt totor "SIghto aat loarts of 

^^Mrtca'' rtvw. The jtayfttwa wfU b«p«rtoftttatAttoe 

l^gtoto Bench Paaw tor M VlrHrta Baoah Khu a^Ciira 

tfi^^S9^ftt wPiB^PW" •B^^^^B^i a^V^^^MBu ^^^^rH ^V ^^^^^r ^^^* ^W^^^^™^^^ 

OOftren Soetoty. Tteketa are ft tor aMtt. fl.SOtor efclM- 
tee, and If tor a tomily e( ttvi. TWi 



^M and nltvan mm^ toalnre a wi^al trtoato to iamUik. 
TMMto are arallabto fran 019 KIwyaLs member. '^ 



oa tfeamtltoj^taneraati' 
val prtt»aa«i. Tie sriae^ 
tin laitivMea it»t at I 
p.m. otthe Virginto Beach 
dvto CMter (Dome). 



Ml jwaag InAoi, aU to 
mm jmBt fmttK wr- 

1^ ba pait of Millep^ 
'liieIV*s court and wttlpar- 
tleipate to vartouieartmon- 
tos aad evaits darlag the 
apeomiag Reptnae Peitival. 

Each young lady sleeted 
wtU npraaaai tar U^ 
BcHoQl oa tta ooart. Aa will 
raMM aooa^totoiardrobe 
sutlillalbrUtMHvattd- 
tvlttoa. AMIttoaally, eneh 
mambar ef the aoart wlU be 
ellgtoto to eempeto tor seh- 
otorrt^ aad amrda. 



iaMfc daiiiir m wmm 

sdtooi year andwtoaatidr 
pi^ watiaring her ed- 
aiMiMl MtonMg gndnatiaa 
trom^sdnol. 

Appteatloaa were sent to 
aU Vtoginto Boach Mgk 
selRiola, and aemi-ftaattato 
wait aMctei tftormcflN 
taivwa ftaMifff fn^yit . 

nmw ylaag laM «ho 
wwe aMadad as aaari*0- 
Mttala totkeMptaaaprte- 



From KempsviUe Ri^, 
yi|erto|Mbrose« SharoaS- 
Uatt4i6Cei ud Xtai INW' 



ley. 

From Princess Anne High, 
Kathleen Mary Calton, Mary 
Katherine Foster and Koto- 
erine GajAe ItoM. 

And from Qtpe Henry Col- 



legtote, Michete Mann, Lau- 
ra Bradford Mann aad Lte- 
daL. Osbum. 

The toeme for tae vin 
Neiilune Festival princess 
to "Circus," Tic- 



keU are avail^e from all 
semi-finalisto and the Vir- 
ginto Beach Neptune Festi- 
val office at the Chamber of 
Cwnmerce, Ponbroke Mall, 
Idas toe Dmbo box ofSee. 



From ftqp^i U^, Ite- 
ey t4na M 
Moll aad BarrtoMltotd. 




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for Beach pair 




By Burn THURMAR 

JOiBliOirN 



Taylor aM Tin Wa^wr. , 

To hx* at then, we wotdd not thiak then eztraordi- 
iary. Taylor is wA very big, Mdy lOS pomSs, aad WagMf 
jMmgh larger, lodis like any Virgtnia Be»ck suffer. 
M Ifei^ tw) Ixqrs dedicated themselves to hard work and 
^^tiiie and eneifed with Virginia AAA £»ate wrest- 
tttl ehampionshlfs. 

<!'#or Taylor, it was his sectind coasecuttre swA title, 
pH^ won tost y^r at M pooods. 
,Wor WagMr, it was the <»lBliatioB (rf^aa wdefeated 

^Taylor attends First Colonial High, aad Wagner goes 
' Cox H%h. Taylor delated Charlie Fine of Norview 
S to claim U9 state booors at KoUns Center 00 the 
oi Me lmmi eamiws. Fine has lost only two 



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Kt^^ all y»r, oae last week to Taylor fiH- the Eastern 

chan]^oaship, and this biggie. 
Ybii first roood was even, with Taylor registering a 
iMdowa aad Fim scoring a reversal, both worOi two 
ta Oie se^ad-period^ Fine ras in the down posttlon. 
Id Taytor dominated the round, althragh no points were 
sored. In the final frame, Taylor scored a reversal with 
IS left, makii% the score 4-2. Fine escaiied (4-3), aad 
Dth wrestlers were warned for stalling. Taylor got Fine 



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The ivn VirgiBU State WrestUag Chamitois: Front row, 
L to tt'Mm Davis (lit, Ibiary), Baddy Let (l»l, BU^- 
laad ^Hl^s), Rcggte State (111, 0s<ar Smitt), Bob Pas- 

on his ba<^ aod scored a nair-fall, and won the champion- 
ship, 9-3. 

Wagner wresUed Joe Hockmao, Ust year's 134 state 
channioo from SbmevaQ Jackson. No easy boat. la. the 
Urst rtmd. Waiter scored a takedown, 1 but Hockman es 
caped i ^ft^i^^ t akedown to lead Waper 3-2 

escaped, bat HK^h battSd'back. TtelSrewai ,,„ 
to 6-4, as Wagner held off a strong chaUenge by Hock- 
man a^ttie Md of tte period fiar a reversal. 

The ttird perfaxl began with a Hodcmah escape (6-5), 
M. Wagaer tten scored a tekedotni. (8-5). Hodunan es- 
c^ed, aad Wagaer was waraed for stalling, much to the 
displeasore of t^ fans. He held oo for the terd-fou^ 
win, and became the l^-pouad champicm. 

Advancing to the finals aid thus being state runners-op 




slao (lit, rails Choreh), Chrta Tajrlor (108, Flr«t Coloa- 
lal), Joe Erlkioa (M, lleaehvlUa> Sicead rov-Tomaiy 
TorbevUle (ISS, Bethel), Tim W^^fler (m. Cox), Jofea 



from the Beach were Bry«a Onlth iron Cm (155), Joey 
Lawrence of Pria^si ^ane^(167) aad Calvin Wiggins of 
First Colonial (185). 

Smith f«U b^ind J(^ Buur^ (tf Fal}s Church 4-0 
in the initial frame, and M^'t atch up. He lost 8-4. 





Utaf'ia SMHPPfi #Mni-fii«F INHtod, esei^ed two 
Holmes takedowns'fbrt4-Hirst period deficit. The mar- 
^ was stowly stretched until Holmes- hri ,w«» a l©-5 
. deciilw. -''-": ,-,- -\^''. 

Wiotiim faced Butch Revftg of Norview. Revils «»red 
a tiAMhnni irtth three secrnds l«tt ia fiie first period* 
and WlntoB iwver caught q>. The final score m^ 9-4. 

FialsUng third in the stfte were Johnny WilUams of 



ttarahaa (155, Fdli Oordi), Artvro H<rimes (157, Mury), 
Batd SevUs (185, Monriew]^ Bobo Ricks (UlfL, Churek- 
laad). 



Kellam (126) and 1(^del Tysra ot Bayside (UNL). 

Williams <tefcated Timy Tata (rf Kemi»viUe for the 
foarUi time this season, 5-2, as Tata finisted (burthin 
ttie state. 

irme(t^, who lost to Bc^ Passlao of Falls Church, wti^' 
iretf jp io win the champicmship hy a pin. 
< la >am scoring, Cox ed|^ First Col(»iial fOr Bead 
imm 41 1/2*41. Cox placed seveitth, and First Colonial 
ei|^. KempsvUla was 20th with 19 1/2 potato, Princeas 
Ame scorM 18 points for^'ia zm jOaee fiaish, Bayside 
vas fMii^ 15 poittts, aadl^m was 30^ witti 14 pointn. 
TTiere were 89 schools represented in tte tournameat. 



Softball meeting this week 



the Vii^Uiia Brach Ath- 
Mic (Met wiU hoM an or- 
gaalMtioBal meeting for A- 



FREE BEES 

You Can't Beat the Price 




dolt SoftbaU m March 7, 
19T7, 7:30 p.m. at 4700 Rec- 
reation Drive. 

Deadline for enteiing 
teams is April 4, 1977. Fran- 
chise fee for Class "A" is 
$135.00. All Qia»T leagues 
fraac^e fee is ^S. 00, pay- 
tide to Treasui!er, Ci^ of 
Virginia Beach. 

Ages - Class "A" - Lim- 
ited - Unlimited and Women 
- out of high schod ud up. 
DUFFER - must be 30 years 
and iq>. CHURCH - 20 years 



old aad v^; must be a mem- 
ber el or i«rticlpatii« in 
^chaixh. 



Rwter - 20 per team, at 
least half of tiie roster must 
be resldoitsftfVirgiBia Bea- 
ch. Twtative &te for first 
game is the first we^ te 
May. 

Lodciag forward to IttvUig 
a food aoassh aad hc^w to 
see yoQ at the meetii^ Mar- 
ch?. 




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The VlrriaU Beach 
toae Fattival, to eoojucttoa. 
with thP Ti.l»%st»r fiahut 
Ask 

boot' fi'iii, siirzii 

24, irgioia Beteh 

Dome beginaiag at 8:00 p.m. 

Duane Bobick, the t>>'"^ 
raaklag btavywe^bt 



waiooal boMr wUl a^- 
grapH pteturw nd chai vltk 

tiic tmrim 

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At tte flrat Class m op- 
ti<»al AAU meet, beU re- 
eently at 01)rni|da 76, Gfm- 
strada's Girls Team trap a 
total of nineteen avarrts. 



Led 9 and under 

Seven year-old Cindy 
Sbelton led the teams' nine 
and under group by placing 
Qiird on vault, fiftli on floor, 
and sixth aU around. In the 
same category Lisa Navikas 
placed second on bars and 
third on beam, while Shiela 
Mills received a fifth on 
vault. 

Jennifer Laliay paced the 
teams 10-11 year olds by 



vtaiiaf a tt4i «i 
tUrd on H %m — > 

CO ten, (MM an 
•ad tifUi oi floe^. 
Taany Pbnft ftavt qh vaiS^ 
AUen CtaOmm foortii ch 
bars, and Amy Snead 
00 beam. 

- 12-14 m 

tuS 
In the 12-14 year ddfrfil 
Kathy Gallagher waa,Mt 
teams all aronnd wiuer^ 
. placing third on beam, tofj^ 
th on bars, and Oiird {all 
around, while Krlstine H||g 
nessy received a fourttiron 
floor- qi 



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By SHANNON COX 
I^t. of Parks 
and Recreation 

The Virginia Beach Rec- 
rei^ton D^nrtments' Boys 
Badc^aU is eMeritg ite 
eighth week of OMnpetttloo. 
For elgti weeks, Aetevein- 
trod^ed to yoK, on*; ^^- 
muBlty L^gues, ages 10-18. 
This is odr final article (» 
these ywth.'Nezt week we 
will begin coverage oo our 
Adult Leagues. 

ARROWHEAD ACES 
JUNIOR LEAGUE 

The Arrowhead Aces 
coached by Jim Phares and 
assisted by Ray Geinnell are 
a new, young team with plen- 
ty of spirit. Leading scorer 
is guard and p.lay maker 
John Murphy with 58 points 
fid]j>wed by forward Ray 
GrteaeU HI with 58 poinU and 
guards Mark Knapp and Joe 
Ftowers win 40 pt^ts a 
^eet. 

■^^ tederthtbutetare 
Kirk Phares awl David Ad- 
ams vto pon^ tto main 
iMmslve eDoH. Soundiog 
oM the M^ wpi ,Ms ti 
^omUa are ptrds Mtte 
Pumia. Alte Copritaad, 
Mttr Wobdart, Daittf Mc- 



Ree, Jeff Tyree and Center 
Bruce Jack«w, Althou^on^ 
ly 1-5 so far this iteasoii, 
tte A^ show much p(4«i- 
tial and should be a ma- 
jor cotrtender in the Kei^s- 
vUle Jimtor Divisibn Mxt 
year. 

GREAT NEOECA^VALIERS 
SENIOR LEAGUE 

The Gr^Meck Cavallen, 
at tte wi^tag, Art enjiqrtig 
a 5 win 2 iM^ aeasw. "Hte 
(q^ositton ^ tief tt wort^ 
and the competittoo keen. 
With cnly a tin player »;piad 
the CanAierft ha^ hut to 
overccmii i^erical o^ 
with talent and tenacity, ta 
the talent corner reside 
Gary Breland and HeraM^ 
Broekett who >ot only share 
high sc4dag honors but alM 
the team captaincy. Ablyas- 
sistiaf tfa 4he team leader- 
ship and prdvMiic oOBBstfe 
and defensive depttaMlUw 
RMttD, Joe Lav^ji, Rudy 
Broekett, Nel BitMtett, ^n 
^4^ar, M«i jC^ee. tea 
Be^ and tkuay Stevens. 

TiM Cavidten are loAi^ 
forward to tte ^uMBg 
ttrM stinw, wtM 01^ WA-. 



Predictable, the Cavaliers 
are «igerly lookii% forward 
to particiimting in the Ara- 
pma-PeflibnAe Recreatim 
hettpxi. Third AmmallOvita- 
tt(«al Baskettnll touma - 
meat, 26 and 27 March. 

tile Cavaliers are most 
grat^M to tteir small bat 
(tedtarted rootli« sectioi 
who &ive been un&iliag in 
loyalty and also to Mr. Way- 
ne Orr who has brought ao 
taval^Ade stpre <A faadcet- 
ball kimwlei^e to tte Cld> 
ttid a valued vtvisor to Co- 
ach Larry Rooan. 




COURTHOUSE WARRIORS 

Tlte Courthmise Warriors 
feel ccmfidart that ttey are 
tte best team in the L^igue 
and no tim can: voice con- 
trary opinion because tl^y 
are tte only undefe^edteam 
in their divisioo. Coach 
James Ward speculates that 
tte Warriors would do well 
ai^nst any high scl»x>lteam 
in tte %tm. "Each &tur- 
day a team &ces vs hop- 
ing for an upsftt, but we 
get better witt every game. 
"Led by the dyumic Fish- 



Y our bike... 

1977 



er brother duo, Terrence 
(Dr. "J") Maurice, along 
Witt "si^erstar" Anttony 
Riddick, oponents are us- 
ually d^ted by at least 
30 pointsj Very seldom does 
an 0|^n^ acquire 50 points 
due to tte tenacious detra- 
sive playing of Center Tom 
Scott amttorward Brian Hitf- 
fman. Ogx special team, 
composed of Harry Smitt- 



spn,^ Kelly Moit^an. Bil- 
ly Washburn and Jeff Ball- 
ard see lots of action by 
specializing in a ball ccm- 
trol offense in order to keep 
a ccmtest from being a com- 
plete run away. This Often 
bam^ens early in tte third 
quarter. When tte season 
ends, I don't VtAtk that tte 
Warriors will have experi- 
enced tte agcmy of defoit. 



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tte wte cfAonn ud Mttig 
dust ttdteet on the k»sskte. 



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M fm tavt • tfec or eat w^ttqrWos yw 
' lb ftiw my, v« will ruQ yiMr clut- ' 
m* ad ttaoMtly FREE. Y^ tkM's r^t, 
1^'U rmjmr ad to wr pofwlar rSEE BEE 
sKttioR. Tnw it i piUic service {irof i(te(i 
tf your honirtowa <9mm«tity Mwsptper. 

Y«tr FREE BEE ad will reaeh Jast tte 
Tips peoiile irt» will provide a aice hdnc for 

KjiMmal. Aaft if it's sMiMMag «lw<yM 
to 0wa Mwy, yimr frtenU and neltk- 
tera wUl urn^aH your lewrostty. ^ call 
Ht-4m to tda« ywr FBEE BEE ad toitoy. 



^EE STORY HOUR-for 
cslMrea to help worit- 
i^ parents, for cfettdren 
,ace&, 3 to 6, M WeAes- 
days at 7 p.m. and &tur- 
<bys at U a.m. Chesapeake 
H«HiqMrlers Library in 
Great Brtdge. 



m 



lEE - Two cats, (tee Is 
M^lid black temate. spay- 
«l, (^Uer is a solid white 
male, noetered. Both cats 
are very gentle. Giving a- 
^y because of alleifies. 
Hied very loving Wme, 
flMer co^ nrefei't-ed. 
9M 547-58»Ar5p.m. 



FOUR CUTE Mack, fcrry 
in Search of a food 
kcwie. Uother-Qol^ Re- 
triever, Mwr - Mf, lilKek 
terrier, f^ease c«!l 4M- 
4263. 



•BTTBIS, « tnf, iMalt. 
Giw away. Call «M-4m 



FREE PICTURE BOOK lor 
pre-schoolers that ex- 
plains good eating tebto 
and nutrition, "The Tl^ 
The Professor Forgot. 
Free copies ar^ a^^Uat^ 
from: Consumer litforaa- 
lion. D^. Q., ^MWo, 
Colorado 81009. 



FREE -Special 2 y^r old 
^ory hour at CheMp^e 
Headquarters Library in 
Great Bridge. Every Tues- 
day at 11 a.m. 



FIVE pm^ free. Five 
weeks tM, nwtherABeri- 

icai S0M, tetho- G^|n 
Co<±er Sfu^. 2 mMfk 
three fenato. CaU m^ 
M« after 2:00 week days 
aadAll ^mfk-tui. .. ..^ 



t Private Iweeder will give 
free haaw to wild owli, 
kawks, or any birds aot 
waited by omwK. iUaofrae 
care far ^MraiWrds.a»- 
' te penrikwMMMWfttc: 

cbes^Mtue, n. ans. 



CANT EVEN get tftettne 
,(tf dair?lMaqpMrs.OW 
Vi-nil oytine. 



FREE-foar Labrador Re- 
triever piq>8. Free to a pml 
hcMae. Call S3$-0422. 



FHEE MOVIES every Wed- 
MMiiy ^ 12:10 p.a. at 
Kirs Lttrary, 301, E. Ctty 
laU Ave., Norfolk. 



FREE to good bome-tenste 
xfoppy fi oorths (M. HA 
fjerrier and part ^p^ 
Loves ehildrai. SrasU-feed 
watclHfot. BkMde with «We 
forehad. CaU Wf-Vm. 



TAILPIPES. Yoa wutfone. 
ve've Bit s faufe sdsCi> 
tioa. FmEE, first :«oBi^ 
ftnt serisd. Tkest at 
vtata^ P4ies to Ift arnKj 
■akas asA oMMs.&neat 
yoa brtoi foit eld y^ 
to Bislw ]mr dMiee ef flts 
oftkeMftHoid pipss. 
Call Capl^ Cask, Fmft. 
Un.Va.,5lt-«tl. 



PUPnES-Midi, (me naie 
aad one feasto. Tea weAs 
oM. MottM- KeedMosd, &- 
Oer St. Barasrd. Most see 
to qipreciate. Call 3«- 
4070. 



FREE Surfing program at 
the Great Neck branch ot 
the Virginia Beach public 
library, Wednesday, Feb. 
16 at 7:30 p.m. Film dis- 
cussions on area surfing 
spots. Library is located 
at 12S1 Bayae Drive op- 
posite Lynnhaven Jr. High 
in Hilltop, Virginia Beach. 



FREE LECTURE-C^)en to 
the public, on Sunday at 
3 p.m., sponsored \xy the 
Selentol(^ Mission of Va. 
BmtA. This lecture con- 
cerns "The Poleidial A- 
btllties of Man and How 
He Can R^ixe Them." 
and the emotional tone 
scale. Call 428-5231 for 
details. 

FBEE PUPPY- Medtuffl 
sbe, part be^le. Apiiroi- 
fmatfly S nKMMis old. Very 
gentle. Meeds a good home. 
Caa483-4Si2. 

FEDERAL TAX i^nsa- 
tjfls and assistance. CaU 
bcftwew • a.m. and 4:4S 
p.n. Telqibone 461-3770. 



BE OUti FRIEND- Adopt 
and give yoar love and 
hnne for oar animate. We 
Med yoar h^. Ports - 
mNih Hasune Society. 
397-6004. 



KITTENS, FREE to a good 
borne. CaU today for your 
beaatiful new pet. 435- 
5132. 



FREE WEA1«ERREP(»rr 
Dp-to-the-ho«ir. Hampton 
Roads area forecast. Dial 
936-1212. 



3 MIXED GERMAN Shqi- 
herds female-Sweaks oM. 
CaU alter sii 5«-6692. 

FREE-Baby jars. Most are 

Good tor mtfcing jeUy. Call 
4»0-^>4. 

FREE-pmples, mixed and 
diqikerd. Both males aad 
females. 9 weeks old. CaU 
4K-1016. 



WANT UOmYl SeU things 
yoa no longer need with a 
speedy CUsslfled Ad. CaU 
547-4571 now. 

FREE FIREWX)D-dry oak 
palettes for fireplace. CaU 
543-0153. 



FREE - Kittens Call 4S3- 
2376. 

PREE TO a good home. Fe- 
■lale Co<»-a-poo, 13 
nonttis old: 4W- 



I wrms- hsV Ei«Usb 
MwspdB K aitlUSminatare 
poode. 2 females, i weeks 
em. Jet UadE. CaU 411-0127. 



FREE-Mlidatnre sbepkerd 
*c friwdy, food TCtch 
^og. (^ 421.«|K. 

FEMALE -Cock- a .i poo, 
siMded. 18 rainths old. 
Free to a good home, loves 
dUJdren. CaU 340-7243. 



FREE B0OK-"Pr«|iket 
EUjah Cdtoteg Before 
GMM." WrHe McfiiMo 
Mission, Ml Thantwtd., 
Bockestcf, R.Y. 14619. 



KITTENS-aU rtSM aad co- 
tors. Bethr males and fe- 
■alM. C»n 462-3647. 



TWO hnaiawmfcaa Uttow. 

fPIayfatai«|^ilt. FrMto 
a good k^pt «to ^m*. 
€m du* m-^Amt cm 

t 467-76«. 



. FREE 

: all ^4AWffm> mtk 

. toaaeh IMr^^Jfarefe 16 
• lA 7:90 ».«. fttfu, giBS 
: taatfstfsMssMlt^tyitt. 

> ' - ^ ■- - - 

» TBtEE p i ^ples -part Ger- 
. mam rti| ia rt. f ite to a 

: good kOM. e^B 547.^ 

'ViWim UMt - find,.'' 
: «wfet Mm to §0 as pair 

> An ««-7Sit. 



FREE - wUte movse, 2 
Bioilte old. C^B. food, and 
accessories arefS.OOScott 
imtooi at 463-1344. 



Wig lenriw „fipTHf . 

TWB TO qiare, find them 
food homes with oar Free 
Bee Ad at oo cost to yoa. 
CaU 547-4571. 



rom mdxed ta-sedpqvies 
n^ waaks <rtd. Aiqwne 
wke en give Uiem a good 
. feMM ««lcoimd. MsdtaB 
Mfeed dog. Can be s«M 
aqrtime atl2MKesH«vUIe 



nVE year idd iettate bm;- 






FUE UST «f feOBt ap- 



eoMie mm » etko- M- 
Bate perfkmd. Call af- 
ter 6 p.a. m-W4. 



POPPT-part Orilie aad 
part Cttme Chow. 6 
weAoMiemato.Adwa- 
Ito IMto tmf, FftEE 
to a pnd'koBe. CaU4H- 




PREE-Male 
herd, 4 



flayM aad 
Warn, wm 



old. Urn 



<>rrwiw 




FREE REMOVAL ftt)ro 
Junk miU^ lists. Write 
tolhe Direct ItaU Market- 
ing Assodatim, S East 
43rd Street, New York, 
N.X.10017aadask for their 
"name removal form." 
They'U get the Job done, 
no charge. 

BUYER PROTECTWN - If 
you're in the market for a 
used car, there's a firm 
law to protect you against 
odometer fixing, rolling 
back the milage counter. 
Write tor the free toWer, 
"Consumer ProtecOoa Un- 
der New Antitampering 
0<tometer Law," from the 
National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, 400 
SevenUi St. S.W., Washing- 
ton D.C.M590. 

FREE PRIZES to Ccttege 
Pait Squarenystery shop- 
pers. If your picture is 
RoUisbed in tiie special 
mystery showier saetioa 
is the March 2 Issae of 
the (^wn^eake POST yon 
may be toe winner of |25 
wwth of free pweries 
or many other valuaUepri- 
iM. Watch for the March 
2 Issm of the VOStl 

TWO DOGS-Part iierman 
awpberd, 8 mdntos old. 
1 mate and 1 fttwde. FREE 
to a good home. CaU 482- 
4033. 



FREE trees and stvmi» 
for firewood. Cat your- 
sdf. CaU 464-66n. 



FREE-Bozes ol clothes- 
work clothes, approxi- 
mately sin 40's^ Ml sixes 
(tf eUldreos clotks and 
<fa«ssw. CaU 420-3144. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
VITIES-Story and movies, 
craft days andpqipet shows 
Call Children Co-ordlna- 
tor, Pcj^ Forehand at 



FREE to a good home. 
1 1/2 year oUmale, short- 
haired, mixed breed dog. 
Loves ehUdren. (Ml 4M- 
1442. 



FREE poppy to good home. 
Male, 6 months <M. CaU 
483-2212 afler 5 p.m. 

FREE! WHQLE8ALEJEW- 
EUtT CATAlOG! Excta- 
sive Desigwr'sCdlecto^ 
Barpins gatore! Bn IM4 
Cteveland, (Mo 44106. 



EKiHT HEALTHY PUP- 
PIES- Part Gmnaa Shq>- 
heri and part Terrier. 7 
weeks^ old. 5 males and 3 
f^iales. 3 white wito black 
around their ^es, aU the 
rest are shepherd eokved. 
MoUier is a minastre ^ep- 
herd. FREE togoodhomes. 
CaU 424-4768. 

FREE I^AVEL- calendar 
Uattag eve^ sdieMed for 
ttie mid-AUaidic area thte 
wteter and spring. Copies 
are availaUe by writing 
Ches^ieake Bay Bridge - 
Tmmel, Dept. HB, C^ie 
Charles, Va. 23310. 



FREE Ubrary eaM aattt- 
les yoa to aO the books 
yon en read. Cone to uy 
of oar four toeatlMs: 300 
Cedar Road, Cl^ Center- 
Taykir Road A fortwoalh 
BM. - Westei Bnadi- 
Maiteider A Oaortar, 
Seitt Hoffttt - h^ 
Btvn- ^Md i Sjparrow 
Itoad. New loeattn to Jn- 
aary ^ George Wadta«ten 
at MUttary Hwy. 



SUFFER? Free 
"Provoker" m^paxlM. 
Vate^e Morattioa abort 
pBtoeasteyrbMssed foods. 

BBOMl. naeifies. Write 
Provefcw Pren, &, Ca- 
tteriMs, 99, Ontarte Lffl 
7C9. 



GERMAN ^EraERO- 3 
ye y gd MJe. llai*rtortB 
ol roon, pfelpFtf^snw- 
one te tee cnNlry mr has 
a tefs ii«wi ywl. FREE 
to • |Md hom. C^ «B- 

TWO PUpPl^-« mos! ddT 
Bote aiindta^^. Fmate 
loehs m$ L^ of "L^ 
ud tee Uraap." Ibto to 

^^^^^wH w^BwWwR. wS/99 

rtttbM. Loeldnforgood 
" ' CaU«^fc67. 



GET APmAIK:E SAI.B 
quickly! Mvertise in flw 
ClassUied ^aoOoB. C^ Utt> 
4571 tor an ad-wrtter now. 



DONT PAY fw it. Get it 
free at the MaMtoaarteiv > 
Chesapeake Prt>Uc U> 
brary: orkiaalpaiiAtBgslqr 
local um$, H^yvwid 
movies, and walptare to 
decorate jrarar home. We 
ilso have loeite of free in^ 
fwmatiott to deeointe yo«r , 
mind. . 

NEED A HLM or qpeakar 

tor your next dab meetteg? . 
The aiwnpealn4»aWl^I^ 1 
brai7 oflM«(ree|8i3gnuai ' 
on aiUvialaftelrs, movlail, 
and new booln. 



'MAKE SMOXET a woN 
that mean a tHend nar- 
^. IMP drive erooks 
eruyl For free mMaber- 
aUp latonnatiea write: , 
Satdkey Bwr I, CB Posse ^ 
Readmarters, UOO HE 
laSteSt.. Mtomi, Fla.33tfi. 

fREE-Visits to tke Vir- 
gnia Beach ptanteriam 
every Taeadiy and Sunday 
dorink March. The Pn* 
gram is "As the Eartt 
Tips" whieh begins at 7 
p.m. neh algW. CaU 4M- 
1971 tor reeervation. 



FREE DEMONSTRATKW- 
0» ho* to apply patch no- 
<Aete at Singei' in Mid City 
aiopfdag Center on Feb. 
23 at 12:00 aad 4:00 p.m. 
and March 2 at 11:00 and 
6:00 p.m. Watch the paper 
for ftttere tree demoi- 
strations. 



FREE Film prcgnma tar 
Udi at Gmt Neck, Wm- 
dsor Woods aad ViiglBte 
Beach branch Ubrarist er- 
M7 Satarday moraln. 
Conteet 360-29I7 tor to- 
tornmfioa oa film UUes, 
timn aad dates. 



FREE GAMA - to cheek 
oat, PU, Paoba, Monopoly, 
Sciia, Bac^puaen. Charlie 
Biaam, Aaggety Ann, 
Cteks, iRabber pnaslas aad 
man more at Chesapeake 
Head«mrtM« L i br a r y, 
Great Bridf^ Odldren's 
Room. 






FREE BOOKLETS: »»e 
Far Unsaved Dead, Life.t 
Soal, HeU, Toagws. Writo^ 
Bible Answers, Chester 
S^^rlngs, H. IHK. 

- ■ ■ . . ^ . . „ 

NEED TO USE an oat-e(^ 
town tsl^hon Unttaefr 
We ban a tea of them at 
tee Chesapeake PiAUc Li- 
brary Headquarters. 

FREE COURSE - On per- 
sonal efficiency and 
character tratts for peo- 
ple over 21. No oidiptton. 
CaU 428-5231 or r«gtetef 
at:200 64UiSt.,Va.Beaia| 

5 BEAUTIFUL KITTEHS-i 



n 



t»acttHH<toa> 



laiad-aIgM 
IhHkttliw 



SO(»fMATEwaaiad< 
room hoBM, 
tlteauarvlUe) araN: lltS 
^as kaU of utUttlM. CaU 
4I9-122I or $88-2189. 



3 females aad 2 males.' 
2 months old. Half Siamese, 
with Siamese markings bid 
aot colors. FREE to agood 
home. CaU «8-6619. 

FREE EYE INFO-Basic 
fiMte everyone shoald 
taww about eye care fh>m 
the Virgiate Society tor 
tee Prtraation a Bliad- 
nns. For nor free eciqr 
of "Your Eye in- a Life- 
time of 8i^" write:Pn- 
vert BUntoessf Box tmA 
il^Ji|.|3S16. j 



i: 



AUTO CRUSHER-A-l ink 
car rmaovlag. AU cars 
tomd away free. Fartmr- 
Hee. 159^4011. 

AUTO JUNK-We buy Jmdc 
artos, trudu, bnses.CaU 
623-2297. 



RESPONSIBLE female to 
share tt ree bedroom 
hoan ywr roandNorteead 
of Virginte B«ch. CaU 
Jartee after 6:00 - 422- 
1609. 



BUY, seB. frade. Snnpltos 
20f oil, strte apfralitis. 
Viigtaia^Be^!* com - 
pleto cote, aad stamp rtop 
Bin HaU, 1516 noirowh- 
1Shop|iiagCerter.464- 



4viA4t^Ai-y 



MINE PART QiUie piq>- ' 
pies, 6 weeks old. Brth 
mate aad females. Free 
to a foett home. CaU 421- 
8970. 



BE THERE when the bears 
wake vpl Free crtor bro- 
ckare teUs you abort va- 
crttoaii* to tee Great 
Saioktos, to ^iiriag or 
uytlae. Write AAvUle 
Chamber of Comawrce, 
lOU, AahevUto. N. C. • 

»« , 

I 
SIAMESE UTTER-FREE * 
to a good home. 4 mon- 
te oU tanate. C^ 421- 
9331 after 6 p.m. 



X 



riu'-^r 



TYiWS SBsViCE - My 
home, maaoscr^, rtc. 
adl420-95S4. 



AUTO JUmC-flgh priCM 
Mid ftir Jartc oari. CaU 
m-84S3. 



GUARAMTBBD to rtop 
saMkiag ilrapinei. Old 
flr^plaeM rvalraC ilew 
flrepiaew aaddeuiteatea- 
ed aad batt. crnm- 
1350. VirtfdaBeatiiFire- 
Idaee aad CUamey S«e9- 
ers. 



BEAGLE PUP-6 moatts. 
Great vlte tmitm. Free 
to good home. 486-1246, 
after 6 wertdsys. 



« CIBCUIiAR , BUIIflMG- 
Chertr oar pn«s and 
snappy ottert ipmUtr- We 
alaoprirt aawnapers for 
ertlifw. h^sdooto. ml- 



FREE-Part German Sbt^- 
herd, 9 moiA old female. 
Good wite ddbfren, house 
trained. CaU 484-8267. 

FREE PUPHES- Part U- 
towiar, aU femalM. Oa- 
tf tH «e^ old. AU these 
adondde pigptoa aeedgood 
homes. CaU 493-^04. 



Fm-Commwetal hrtt 

mtti. n?aM.can«4- 

S99L 



FREB^oartifrt Irtoh Srt- 
ter, fnuito, I year old. 
She aeads a good home te 
the eonrtry sMl roam to 
nm.CaU4i4-«M3. 



Ittary basn, rtmrdms 
sayhOf^ anUag a profw- 
sioaal prodaet. Qaaltty 

, low pctoe, fhst service. 
C^w^cte^^typcsattlag fec- 
ilf^s. Fw esUa^e caU 
Kn Cariey(547-4971)or 

^NwrisBly (627-5020). 



INCOME TAX SERVICE - 
rdi^rt or evaaiags, te my 
I hMM. ntS ragistored, coa- 
|SWal, raaaoaabeipri- 



wtth 

iiriUglvaMaiaioi 
oflMe. CaUM7-0S31. 



nUKOst, mtoed tend, 
» mos. M rate. Itety 
tfh^ai^, lOTw dfl - 
AMLPrntoaj 
Can«3.Mf. 



FtSM lAoateg of BMvte 
"BMn's Soqp'rtnrton 
im^ato iaaahNbHe U- 
biafin «M^ ipsifc g| 
IfarA S. Ceatm^ yoar to- 
eal touMiih Ubrary toraec- 
epoy frntteketebetveea 
Mar^Sndlf. 

FREE-Dog, mind breed, 
SmaU, sbOTt-haired Uktk 
dog. Ibto, 6 anOm rtd. 
In hatf Mnts. Iiovea dfl- 
tm Mi aaelk to he drt- 
sUt. Ott m-mU after 
I P.m. 



FREE- LAmdor rrtri- 
e«w, I years old. Good 
pet, anit < good home. 
caU4n-2»4 



FREE nOM tomato CW- 
tn, BMrie to part 01<Ma 
aadaaaftwlir. ■etoitee 

K. rtd. Med a goad 
eui 4I7-Mi». 

nai flUDB^CrtHMmlf 
saiiiMe Mr ftaaaad aad 
oMw . (km m-itm d- 

fo^ rsrt 



Itevt Pickup, 
WMHmiI 

For ialarm^km aad ntt- 
■|taBean4IO-m6. 



naiHe u- caR cyt^ DEI 

t yoar to- ^iWWn : ■aaelij 
Ttornc- pa«e^P«te 



ORCUbAR DEUVERY-tf 
drcatersto 
Chna- 
^ PortemoateLwe 
en s^ yoa piertyf'Oar 
earrtor sMtotos, togsthn- 
wtth iamoaf tooarbeaM- 
towa a e wg^e r s , Mivar 
the aMMt MdMaee Im* nar 
amn^. WMisi^ e-'ca va t age 
(rf lae amrM ma tnrt. 
(Mii Wfmt PW^oaa 
(5«f.«7DI 



POODLE- White, mala, 
site of toy poodle or 
MuUer. Meedi grooming. 
Uat la CcUege fttk ar- 
ea. CaU 424-M96. 



«-A«toa<hUH lar Sale 



1916 CHEVY CHEVETTE 
artomattC) air ceadiUoiid, 
AmaUart eaMltttoB~«W00. 
(Ml Aaerteulatanattoa- 
at Rsrt A ar at 955-1921, 



DODGE-Maxi Van, 1911, 
turtle top, fully inulated, 
roof top camper air- oca- 
ditlktter, 3/8 artomattc 
tranmiulon, power ste<- 
eringaad brakes. 12,000. 
464-1146. 



NEEDACARbrtdoa'thave 
the time to tralpaa aroaod 
loakiutorit?1^toscll 
a ear brt tt»*t know where 
tefladah«)rer?ReUx!Use 
the everrkctive pages of 
your hometown newa- 
pipers' ctesslflad section , 

DODGE->1910, 4 door Po- 
tera, BO rtist oa body, 
good oomliUoa, V-( au- 
tomatic, exeellett trans- 
Brtatloa, Ugh dilleage. 
80. CaU 4M-9014. 



1968 pc»nAC BranrE- 

vnxE- 4 door. 4 ae» 
tirw, aa« Malm, jteter- 
tes aad toM-ap. 9M0O 
mttaa. iln^drt eoaft^a 
Inhte aailaat. toj^tqprip- 
ptn-Ctauo-mf. 



1913 TiiiiniPH-'nt-6. Bs- 

fialfe, 21,000 mUaaiowa- 
er, AM-FM, 4 speed with 
«««niri«e. Iwme rack. 
|38(W.Cdl49t^Mi1. 



1910 CBBfKJLET-Stettoa 
afanai, V-i^ aateaHttte, air 
tnltorhtteh»SI»Q0OBiU«. 
11,000. CaU «S-SU1 be- 
taan 9 a.ai. aad t p.a. 

LOfcoLN anrrnrEMTAL 
iflS, loaded, toathar to 



iiMnrMaanaaannmnwMMi 
13-H«te Wuted 



GRAND TORINO - 1974 
Brougham, 2 door, ex- 
ceUnt cmdltion. 93400 

Q|k Hit '*''^** mi4.r>t mil 

Call 4« 



MG-Midget, 1975, AM-FM, 
wire wheels, radial tires. 
13,000 miles, very clean, 
best ofier, must sell. Call 
4B9-4434. 



1*70 OLDSMOBILE - 4 
door. Delte 88, radio, air 
power steering and brakes. 
Needs body work $600. Call 
4E4-S494. 



•'■•vi ■» ■ ■■■ aMarlor, 
AM-niltra^8toreo,or- 
^iaal IflGheUa steel rad- 
iate, ftdl power, aaeeUert 
eoadlttoa. $3300. CaU 623- 
203S. 



NOVA • 1916, 6 eyUader, 
staadafd rtilft, air eoadi- 
tioaed, AM-FM st»eo,ex- 
ceUertgu mUeage, 13400 

1916 LOlCOUr CCHrnNEN- 
TAL-lbrk IV. Ml pvwer 
(toadod). If^ wU, grti« 
oversen. tmo. Call 496- 

flAT .' JtaMirt tieaver- 
tflde, 12C *W6, 14,000 
Bitoa, AM-m aterao, 
wire ahMOs, toiiqe rack 
O^rs 4lt - ««, evea- 
li«a, 463-1919. 



fOm ■- l«tt,4 dear Gal- 
aatelOI,ntiaartle.I9aai 
nod en^loa. ph. ciS! 



1916 MAUBU CLA8SIC- 
V-8, haiftHMtr. 5M0 ad- 
art Bdtoa, asertlMl ooa- 
dtttoa, eonptotely itt* 
aea. my ei|B^wd. CaU 



(F Yov ncm mow to 

MJdS teiBCswoit,adverttM 
"Services" to the Wart Ads. 
CaU S41-«71. 



BUICX LTD, 1975, Urtit 
blae wtth vUtelaaten top, 
ato-condtttoaad, an pa«er, 
tift wiml. oratee eaatrol. 
cassette deck, Uke aew, o- 
f^tlaalOMM'. ^,979. CaU 
548-9314 after 5 pa. 



CBRTffl'ER - 191« New 
YorkM-; air coadlUmlag, 
AM-FM aterao, ttMMat 
eooattoB, erttee cortroL 
mttary aMFHi|,;mttrtseU. 
12,900 CaU 4M-018O. 



TUOIOH-TS-t, 1S98, U 
mnm. hard na mH tq>. 
^,400. Call S91-4t09. 

DODQE-ntI Itea. • «n1to- 
dar, attek alift, anal sn 
to aipraelrta. iMOOorbcat 
after. Can 4tl-||6t. 

C»i«llOaB.E • 99. 1912. 
aaa radtela, apholatnVk • 

nm. Call iss-one a* 

torJoia. 

CtfEL-i974 lliate,artD- 

nN tiiw, CaU 



Asay 



mmpcm 

KALTy 

Ooa^^i^ epoaedanal 
e^ iOnto 

Mali 
a Yank 



ft 



ll^lMfasaMj 



KMBIET - 1911, oertlwtw 
caa« ^, hn Cr Og as- ■' 



DATSUN-1S7S B210 Hatch- 
back, 4 speed, AM-FM 
8 track stereo, air eon- 
dltloa, low rolleag^, etcel- 
leat condition. Call 464- 
1095. 



t-Tgrtm-TnDers^sgs 

OOOGE-U93, 1 tw, 9' box, 
MlOOO origteal laUtt, ex- 
ealtoat eaaditioa; |S950. 
GaU 349-«31 (0- 4Mi-l059. 



MA3m-WH, l/i toipick* 
rtL mttfaaifaaHBTrtwU 
AII-'Fil caMitt* iMweo, 
iaO0.0O.(^4M#4lt1i 

JEEP-i970, 4 door W«- 
foaeer, fully equipped. 
Good condition. CaU 425- 
1616 or 426-6763. 



»>i|pter^ W Se a eters 



^NOMOMm. XB-1S„ex- 
ceUart comittioa. |290. 
Call M4-4949. 



1919 HONDA-CB490, good 
eonStioa. 8^ miles. 9900 
Call 484-6168. 



U-Beate. itertoa 



m 



lea 



1970 EVIMRUDE-6 HP mo- 
tor, used oaly 3 times. Good 
u new. Call 484-4139. 



13-Ha 



BABYSITTER aad Ught 
hoaaekaqting, 5 days a 
weak, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Moat have on traaspor- 
tetioB. 541-0444 after 9 



^^^^ 



PART TDIE-rt home |200 
A Bwre wertdy posatole. 
Snd artf addresaed atam- 

Bid aavrtive to L * M En- 
imises, 1904 TraUridie 
Ad., CharlottwvUle, Va. 

snos. 

EAR9 1800 moatbly at 
hnta, Vara time, auOl- 
lag aavelnaa. toformatioa 
rash 11.00 aad stamped 
art^addressed eavetope 
to: HONEY. 44H N. Bu- 
eedl, Davenport, Iowa 
92801. 

MEN or WOMEN witham- 
bftlon wanted tor part time 

work, m-ami. 



CURIOTUCK COUNTY* 
moyodk am-Eam extra 
moB^. Srtl sabecriptiaos 
to your hMBrtown news- 

aper, Chesapeake Port. 
g eomminion. Cueam 
n aaadi n |200 a wertc 
to yoar qiare time. CaU 
Jim Brown at 541-4571. 



RKXfTxnaST - needed 
feU time. Matare person 
wtth pleaalag permeaUty 
aad md phen ralce . Alrt 
rt tu^hon work and aome 
tj^Bt ramrired. taimedtete 
opeateg. CaU 541-4511 lor 
mpolBtm ert. 



YOUNG (X)UPLE-togardM 
aad en wito smaU orrtmrd. 
Write to : 1444 Tirtun 
St., C%esamake, Va. Mr. 
A. P. RidSck. 



HELPWMTED 

Cmvtes who eafoy meetlag 
pei^ woridiK togetoer. 
As Iftile ulfg goto yon 
rtartod to a baaS^ of 
fem oaa. IteaartaL Han 
Lonl Amwqp DMFfbiAir 
■rt irt toe rtMe rtory. 
Can «3'19I1. 



1915 - DASHER - 16,000 
miles, like new, automatic 
factory air. 2 door coupe, 
red with white interior, 
sacrifice at S3 8rm r^n 
482-26r 



■EMCtoELBW C» TOUR 
alad? YoaV flad am re- 
^Mtedtoto^^'sCtos- 
-♦«ed Serthm. 



KO^Wimm- Wonm 
wUl^ to wM aad team. 

adi4M-im. 



tmnt Dtsnnuroit ikmaikmo 

j^^OY WAfrnED KtVSTONi 

WptllNUHOUSf HOLSONALSUMS 

MfwMorpari^liMlBdlB- . 
moam lawt and ommi pheiopfaaueie 



eM4i 



12 

<tiapw<l i98 a rt 188ae» C eaae iAt te I »im 
«aN||w.»«aLn6aji 'isiaMi. toi Mk U.T. 

PniSTpNI PWtO CO- 



"HOMEWORKEI' 

ED IN THIS AK..,. 

wpmea, stndeaU. No ex- 
perience QMMHji|bStuf- 
ftni; li ^(klJl^Hpvel- 
opes (CcmnlHmnUl - 
ers). Earn sparetlme mon- 
ey at home. 3100.00 week- 
ly possibte. SEND 31.25 
(renndable) k a long, 
stamped, addressed en .- 
velope for details; Pi><!- 
347, 216 Jackaoo 3612. 



WAHTIP ~ i»rt , timt. 
^M hMf to tel^MM 
btatness firms, ^ceflent 
fee k>me maters iMttprer 
Sj^DBl age dUUTM, Write 
Aladdto Color, SrdABrcMd 
Strert, Florwee, New Jer- 
sey M518. 

HELP WANTED - Insur- 
ance sates, no drtrit, need 
sates pe^pte lortelBg for a 
rewardteg career wito me 
ot the ter^r insurance 
(^mpeai^ in America.' 
CaU3OT-7061. 



a)iaf ETICS* - a HarshaU 
Field tomUy oimed corn- 
paw to eiQiaadin in Va. 
rmi CrMUi»is&. Part- 
time ensoltants needed. 
P^ble to earn |100- 
{17$, CommlsstoD sales. 
S(M name, address, and 
trt^phme number to: Box 
1327. C^ Cbesapeake 
P«^ CheM^ke, Vk., 
233». "Small tovestment 

MMOU BCTRA SrCOUE - , 
to yoar ^are time. Mar- j 
katlBg oppoitontty torthoee/ 
who wut scmMtUng^Iferf 
ert nd eirttiflg, Call 497- 
59W. 



lAltN EXTRA MONEY- 
Sell subscriptiOtts to yow 
hometown newspaper, 
Chesapeake (ost and Va. 
Bncb Sm. B^ oimmiss- 
fons.Xan efitt as uoeh as 
1200 a weci in your spare 
time. Call Jim Brown at 
541-4571. 



12,000.00 MONTHLY!!!! 
SPABETIME!!!! UnbeUev - 
rtdy, oDcfttogly easy! Send 
setf-addmnd ud stamp- 
ed eovrtope to Box 1824, 
aeveland,' Ohio 44106. 



14-Perttttn WMted 



BABYaTTONS-ages 3 and 
v». My home. Bennrtts 
CreA area. Call 481-2384. 



initipiBKi 

<edb^^i« 
Beaci area. CaU li|r 

' I I ., ■ ■' 

LICEl^Q) NUl 
M hoiai^ nnrstes . 
rafereacn, eiQieril 
CaU^-iai 

CXILD CARE - Wtttem 
Brand S<dHtot area, days 
only. (^^«4^0469. ' 

Trim Off 

Pounds md 
hKtms. 

» eu bappnto You Witt 
Our Hij^ Prrteto Nature! 
Vitamto Weight Loss Pro- 
gram. V 
withort exercise 
wiUwrtlttinger pains 
wiU«rt rtkrvatton diete 
Thte to a h^ protete, n- 
Mitoas. food scarce adtt 
No Onaiert addltivw. 
Miaay Bakk Gaarutw if tt 
danat wark tn- yn. 
MamrrtO'Loary 
at4fi -3939 



**lJ«* imm^^r^i sas^i W*ti» jri^ll^ 

iwmimio m^^mvim 

merdiUtoKt^to ftf is. 
your Mn tai^s. Qua* 
rart^ ^^Mdahle, U 
not siKcesitol. m tar. 
rlMi d age, raoe, re- 
Uf^, physical or Mnd- 

teajvsd^ It's « ^ii|k- 
l4ss fti^i^ gnrt' 
tmi. Call Mr. Jtenalngs 
tt S»7-03ll .to awwint- 



rm MLE-F9(4 IteM, Va: 
Beach. 7 tobies, good Mse. 
tastoess grow^. Call 

4n.WMfiattBF S nm 



19-Local iMlructiM Oassn 



BATON Twirling, march^ 
tag and struttiif. ^aU 
clians and private tes- 
tis. For tort^rinforma- 
tion, eaU 486-4908 afier 
7:30. 



QinttlNG CLA^-Starts 
Mwdhyt *larehvrfv ld<iBfc^ 
12 nora, Cov^ant Urtted 
Methodist Chnr^ (B«ct 
to Chtttom Sdidol, Dockt 
LamUi^ Rd.) ||$( sis week 
course. To rttlrter, ealh^ 
488-2041 e: 4M-'e84S. 

0EN11,Elig|»., 
know how to daitte, 
teive to depend on a few 
drtadi* to give toem the 
coarage togrtepaaddance.* 
Learn amdemfaatlroom lar 
tte, hasUe, aad dtoeotoe- 
qn fnmi accredited tea- 
rtmr. Private or groiq>. At 
a clrt) or recreattoa room, 
trtl Ms. Robtt jar ^S*^" 

1906. ■,,:..--. ,:,,y,^.^, 



21-Privatotestei^«. 



TUIPRING - Elemeatery 
m^ aad readiBg, e^r- 
tenced teacter. Evenings' 
and &itardays. CaU 486--^ 
♦491. 



GUITAR, Bufo, i*»no, or*"" 
gan and dmmlessons. Pri- 
vate or group inrtructioo. 
Begtimers and advanced; 
Accredited teachers Inl 
ChurcUind, Va. Beach aniji 
Norfolk areas. Call 420- 
4922, if no answei^S88 - 
5603. 




INSTRUCTK» CLASSES 
Narses Aidas- OrderUn- - 

j;mat«rid^,51?jv 



f 




W YOU HAVE^pKMKnM. 
HOW. Wart Ads have th*! 
job. Check now! 



USOA inne^ed, 
I top=-iimmy 



QRAIN-FED 
BEEF 

♦Saha l aa tt al savings on 
hal9M„qBarters 



*Cati ' wrapped to 
specfficatiou. 
*FrM home iteUvery. 
*Oar persoaalt moaey 
back gnamtee wito vverf^ 
wrder.' 

Woodmont Farifis 

Great fridge 

492^2930 

(afms) 



pjyyiiiST - Jipvisoi 

VMfi 

Gifted to tol and ad^lac yen on fiunUy rtbin, 

boalMM, lov«, locfc, BMBaa . datoa - facta, 

prabbnt taiwd daly • cMfldcBtid. 

imEPHONEf34-939>2. 

EmpOTh, Vk^iita • R^^y Weat 58 

iNextto^rive-bHkeiita0.2mUes 



^»^uiif!to,;kf^f 



invisible CBAntmuia 

*Iavisilde — ctmnecto un- 
der dash; no 'whto' ih ^* 

•fttesrtopCBth^ N 

*hsteUs to mlnrtes; no 
^iUiag, clamps tv ho^cs 
*TnMmits. receives aU 
^^terCBitenels 



CB 2^AM Radio Comfmmr 

♦Converts any AM ar rt- 

dto iato CB receii^r 

*nto aader dash, mlmites 

tolaiteU 

^tete ap to five ttism re- 

mnm rtrtaee rt aU rt- 

hwCB's. 




•t4ts 



To ortor, mall ebe^ 
UBMf «4ertoi 

MIPrwidMMSM. 
gmpail^ ^tttgl 
Htm UMm 



«■ 




rt, AKC mlsteKd 
■»5. rail 4?7.8534. 



POODLI^ - nn black 
stUMterd, 9 «Mlu old, AKC 
RfgifMrtd, ■hoU/wDrm- 
ed7Bltoed.|100«Klt:CtU 
Hl-40ilO. 



BOXER PUPPIES-IA weeks 
old, Ak(! 'registered. CaU 
4H-1I43. 

GREAT DANE-AKC r^- 
iftered, black, 6 rmMIis 
oM female. 91006 CaU 
422*2527 



BOSTON TE^IERS-7 
weeks old, AKC refis- 
tered. Call 547-7071. 



GCRBILS-13 eack, 2 for 
95. Mrs. wmums, «27- 
^tt. S4Q-57I2. 



^y**^w ■tJffiCSS 



D(»StllAll. AKC r«g- 
Meiwt. ForMid,reuoii- 

aue. cmm-tm. 



M-narsas-CitOe Ete. 



HffltffiFpweta^ AraUan. 
3 yrs. M imds, pey, hae- 
ter tedke, nwdjr tote 
tniMd. 1^0. Call ^- 
7TO4. 



ITArSeRinDBr 



ems MCtCLE-2<». 110. 
B^ A Eowl, 8 nm. pro- 
leddf, ISO. CaU 464 • 
SISS. 



■OOI'T REED A GO(H) TV 
atninore? Sdl It! Dial 547- 
^11 fpr a tut actlBg Clas- 
sified Ad. 



y-juu. 



AMTNtDE an.LECTOBS 
(Aed the Wairt Ads wedtly 
fi>r rare values. Turn back 
saw! 



H- i e,sel»Ue»A 



SKARS- 



-Portable Kenmore 
OlUkwadier. Excellent 
eeiittloil, Ukf new. Har- 

jMTioid via dark tacsw. 
ibraUea tap. |165. Call 547- 

,2205. 



CUSTOM MADE-EarlF A- 
iMriean WIlliaBuMiiui 
ptiak couch, Used less tban 
I jrear. UOO. Call 4M- 
STM. 



2I^Waated To B«r 



OmTANT CASH FOR fur- 
nitarc, glass, tooH, brass, 

: silver, Will buy one piece 
or eattre bousehcdd cm- 

: tots. CaU 487-2220 day 

, or nlgbt. 

GA^ PAlD-for fttmi - 
tire, iMds, ieweiry, or 
aay liousrtold item. CaU 
:4a-l834 day or nifkt. 



W-Muaical Mertianam 

: f^tnUJC ADDRESS SYS- 
TEM - food omditlon, 
: Q) CBB^-A. BogMCbal- 
vliMrra) FHtunrMoo- 
: lB^ra-100; CO bransls - 
tmised miotipboae mixer, 
t-mn (^ T-2S«K twer 
.IricropiMM, desk taie; (1) 
-mil i^eaer. OU 4Hl- 
:W2. 



:ni]IO-VlB'Utxer, Circa 
^m, food eondittom BMds 
M^. im. CaU 422- 



It.l 



Immwt RARE oxm - 
ttMMi's Mil wwiims , 

rfm-iiu. 



Loans 



NOTE and AUTO 



Itorfcrfk 
Flmnc«Co. 

LOCALLY 
4t2-3381 

^42 BATnEntLD RI.TD 
VII vVM 



»0*«rinft«ilckes 



"»"«•■ uLwus aumona sol- 
itaire. Platinum setting. 
Center stone 3.85 Side 
stones, .20 each. Ap- 
praised in 1975 (or 
911,550.00. Price-97,200. 
Call 489-1748 or 423-7113. 



PsrMk 

BRACLET l^tdi, 14 K.. 
GeU 1' vide witli near 
•tape oraament and dia- 
monds OB top.* Verj valu- 
aUe. CaU 547-1802. 



32-Go6dTlHaptt»Ert 



SOFT, steamed, frted 
crabs, fisb, (qrstert, 
shrimp, crab meat. K3- 
1103. COra - CULLEX 

CRAB CO. mc. 



OYSTCRS-an^ed iattttb- 
own Jidee. Acrass Ihrn 
Aird's Seaiood Restaurant 
(tfOf LttUeNtdERdCaU 
Earl Smith at 340-5171. 



PORE HONEY - Llgld 
or dait, 939.50 for 60 lbs. 
Will deliver, »li * Kits 
iuney of the Sbenawloah 
VaUey, Rt. 8, flkiriso^ 
bttiT , Vs., urn. 703- 
4S4-39SS. 



34-Ftrewood 



FIREWOOD-AII hardwood, 
3/4 too truck load, i^t, 
deUvered and stacked. 935 
Call 1-357-5948. Isle of 
Wight County. ^^ 



SPEND AN AFTERNOON 
naUag aMMeyl Advertise 
ywruoagesab wittalow 
cost Want Ad. CaU S47-45?l 



SS-Lawi and Gardar 



IT'S SPRING Planting time! 
Free can 48-|ig. Plai^ng 
Guide-Catakig in color, at 
fruit trees; Iwrry idants, 
grapevines, landscape 
plant material. Waynes - 
boro Nurseries - Waynes- 
boro, Va. 22980. 



DWI'T LET OPPOR- 
Ttntrrlr pass you by! Be 
sure to check the business- 
es Ibr sale in today's Clas- 
sified Ads. 




SEABROpKE 
LANDING 

OMlee waterfoeat bomes 
For the first time you can 
buy a beaitfifdl home on 
moving water in Great 
Bridge. Dock your boat in 
your own badf yard. These 
custom brick homes in- 
clude eeonimical beat pump 
custom kitchen cabinets, 
bay window and many ex- 
tru. 

946,950.00 and up 

Ricaf do itodtofB 

851 Jehnstewn IM. 
547-4555 



Sat and Sub. 



W\ 



IS-Lawa aid trtrden 



NOW IS I tit lliAL 10 
Start to work on your 
lawn Of garden. Free es- 
timates for: fUU^, mow- 
im, t•rtiilEl^|, stedlog, 
nJtIig , «^fig, Wi^lBt 
and ^mmer muttennee. 
avtiMte. CaU 484-0681; 



ALL KWSS OFMACHIHiRY 
seBs fast with Classified 
Ada. CaU 547-4571. 



A-NejHle Homes tor UU 



SmiRISE Pi^K-1972, i2x 
a; ioms enatado. 2bed- 
nxw, ]wt ttte over pay- 
ttMrts Ol V3T moBtUilyi Ml 
denils iTOO owaer. CaU 
490-1426: 



CRAMPK»l-197i, 12x65', 
3 bednMu, Sbatl^fttraish- 
ed wiadar^r amWOmn, 
dwd, mtfter ami ibyer, 
^rtii«. |i»00. CaU 428- 
6193. 



SET THE PATTERN F(« 

SVCCESfi Look tor a bet- 
ter Job in the Want Ads 
^cb day. 



45-Apiftoerttf tor Rent 



HARVAIO) AP1^.-2 bed - 
rocais, ^condijUonedwith 
swimming pool!|l60.00per 
moath, open 8:00 a.m. to 
4i30 p.m., 2600 Harvard 
Dr. Pboiie S43^9(nL Equal 
Hovsing Qpportmitty. 

CLASSIFIED A06 are the 

"everything store". Check 
there now! 



46-Bouses Furrtrted 

CHKAPEAKE -Three 
rooms, bath , nice furn- 
iture, drqiest rags, hard- 
wood floors, no wax Ut- 
cbw tile. Coiqde, no pets. 
9145.00 Dial 545-2378. 



PHIL QALBREATH 

Sales Volame Leader in 
JaMnrjr 
PhU is eawrte do buainess 




lliuv's a gnat sdectkm 
of homes in Tidewater, if 
you're in the ranricet for a 
bouse. Or, if you're think- 
ing of selling, we h^ve a 
steady stream of buyers 
arriving through the GaU- 
ery of Homes. 

We're members of both 



Mdtiple LUtiag Services. 

GALLERY 

OFHON^S 

PEMBROKE 
REALTY 

547-7145 

Greenbrier Square, 

^MtefiL 
1316 Itottleflold Blvd. 



ft2'lndnstrtal tor Rent 



OK f let WAHEHOUSE- 
New building, 1000 to 
ao.OOO §q. ft, 2 loeatJk»s. 
By owner-hiflder. Jim 
Moeitft. CaU 4»S-06a9, 



S3-For Rent or Me 



MAN to share house at 
Beach area, 425-6007 



53-Foi^Wmt 



WHAT'S BAPPENDIG in 
Virginia BmA? Keep .w\ 
with the hMMtmn Mws 
with a sirisicrlptioa to the 
Virginia B»ch SUN. Ite- 
livered to your mall box 
for an entire y^r (52 
werits) tor only 97 00. CaU 
4K-3430. 



WANTED - Femtl» Room- 
mate, for yoffflg Urther 
wiUi same perferred. Vir- 
^nia Beach are*- Coated 
ioaaey, aft«- 6, 340^6384'. 




FOR BOrr-Ftae NOD 
b^irtitel teth, tn^ 

^hristiaa lame. Ideal 
liiribter. DeUcidNS hiime 
codMd mMls. Can be,Mr- 
rasged tor. Ftr^ftw, 
bonier atai^pkere, Mar 
KlW EtMttUve CmAt. 
!MH«Be« Ae^Md. tU - 
4m. Leiveipour MMMd 
numtaff w^ Vrt. IPUMn, 
Your call win be returned. 



HAVE AN APPUARCE ft)U 
D(MI'Tu8e? SeUttfbfWsb 
with a Want Ad. CAl 547- 
4571. 



•1 



HOME 
SERVICES 



OlIKISrRIALA 
CtMISraUCTION 
EQUIPIODIT RENTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
^ - .AND AIR 





TOOLS j/ 



4333 Bilnbrldgt Blvd. 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air CoBwressors 
.^ee maters 

m!r 

.Fork^dS 
Cranes . 
.Pumps 

S43-S723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



BuUders 

Rome Improvemeitts 
Contractors 
Garage Buildcors 
Room Additions 
Aluminum SidiiC 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 



dff 



545-7 



Hugh £■ Black, Sr. 
1800 Paiic Avenue 
ChfesapeaMfe, Va. 



ROOHLADEinONS 
KITCBEN REMODEL^ 
*AU slsas of gantM aiid 

^Convert gaipge to aden 
or fhmUV rooii 

Ceramic TUe, Brick, A 
Block inDik 

WeqweiaUseitt 
Home laqwovemtats! 

RK BLACK 



Home Improvement Co. 
399-8459 397-7178 
ANTTDIE EVENINGS 



You Can Use 
Trts Space 
For»7.98 
a Week 



PIANO tuning and repair 
Player pianos also re- 
paired. Old piano a specia- 
lity. 

Call 486^5916 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
stripping, window cleaning, 
carpet and iq>holstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
insured. 

FREE ESTIMATE. CaU 
DOMESTICARE at 485- 
1971 or home caU 467- 
7787 



HDtE OUTSTAKblNGrtQXk- 
ers with "Help Wanted" ads. 
CaU 547-4571 now fpr^your 
quick results! 



Clark Enterprises 

Landscaping and Tree 

Service 

*BuAniggiag 

*GardMS'nUed 

484-3258 481-5904 



You Can 

Use This Space 
'399 A Week 



MAKE A GREAT DIS- 
COVERT! Look for "Busi- 
ness Opportuntties" in 
today's Classified Ads. 




caTTtrust a^T^ 

realtorlB 

■^■■■■■■■■■i REALTOP 

HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



SASSER 



'5608 Dnnvers Ct. Brick rai^ wtth 2 bedrooms, 
1 1/2 h^(k» and tomUy room. It is io walktagdis- 
ttMe of CkutdAuid Sten^ng Center. $86,900. CaU 
SulMr Realty at 414-6690. 



Tkt Mellon ^Atm tf« ^idMSionals to real «iatt 
wte MtaerflM to grtrtoteodeeietiiiai«m«flAp«rs 
el toeiliitfslato«w#nilal|heHU^iMl . 
if telEMto Beards. 




5608 Danvers Ct 



-ni 



Proliet your AiMSfiiwfir/ See one of th^t HtmUng area Hotftor^ 




Taylor Brotfiers 
Realty Co. 



1104T^CNfatiKJAD 
ii^TSWHmt.V^JINW 

484-4542 




fm QUICK RfiTOLT^ 

1800 Speedy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va; 23320 

CAU 
424-3720 







Raal^Ca 
570G|awn:MiMlBMl 

1 ^ m 



REACI TilB PI»}PLB YW 
WANT tor «Np^«* wttk s 
Want Ad. Ca0 5^«71 new! 



COLLEGE PARKKilytku 
Village Large and love- 
ly 4 bedroom Towihin»e, 
Witt ^rage. Lots M clos- 
ttM awi st^^e ro^.OwB- 
er win help finance. CaU 
497-4577. 



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bedroOBpS, 2 baths. Uiril« 
room wifil fil^ee, din- 
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carpeted. 428-1754, 428- 
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Headquarter^ of Ft. ^ory as it looked in th^ late 20s> 




This psst 'SUfr 
Army iii«t»H«Uon at Cape 
Hcanr, known to thoasands 
of Beachers as Ft. Story, 
celtfbrated f*- *™^- '■-*»■ 
day. 

Ft. Story has b««{i U»6 
borne of many a sokUer, 
sailor and Marine, plus the 
U. 8. Coast Guard. Is 1917 
two Army cwstal artillery 
companies btywacked on the 
dunes of Cape Henry, the 
befinnios of Ft. Sfory. The 
Fort is named In henor of 
Major Genrral John Pattw 
^ry, a noted coast artil> 
Iw7 officer. 

Though the Fort is oper- 
ated by the Army, two sitM 
of historic interest are lo- 
cated within its boundaries: 
tte stone cross on the tip 
of Cape Henry marks thelo* 
cttton wkere the Jamestown 
settlers Unted in the new 
world in 1607, and a few 
yards ^wtf la the OUt Cap* , 
Henry LigMlMiise bollt in 
1791, the first built in the 
U. S. by the ^ovenunent. 
In the sbt d^ad^ sinee 
it was fl«ti0i^,;tlie rais- 
ston o#l^; ImI liBS dWDi- 
ed again and Igain. At. first, 
hu^ 16-inch howitseyrs«a- 
pkced in tins of concrete : 
guutted aw#|stal»p^t>8eh 
to tHe Oe^i^ke Bay. 

Tltett dnrtng Wwn, ttie em- 
ptesis shifted to amphUitous 
snd'lhat i^dc^^tes 
lthr«i«htoday,wtth 
'^ ampMWous Tddcl^ 
-such as the LACV-3Q, tte 
first air cushion transport 
veklcle In the Army's in^ 
▼entory, and the huge LARC- 
6d, Qie <tescendnBt of ttie 
WWO tl9bibi«i6 assadt 
craft. 



curing that transitiun, 
i^tory was also the site ol 
several NUce-HercuIus ckt- 
feflse missiles du: 

s and 60's. 

:0W Ft. Story is an am- 
phibious training base at- 
tarhiM til »i(* Army's trap' 



Army aud Marine Corps re- 
.■servps and active duty peri- 
ke amphibious 
n.yifdMiis 'jn its beaches. 

Ft, Story, the Army'sam- 
phlbious hM4quarters Hap- 
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■ Army transport helicopter descends on 

container cargo in special operations 

at Ft. Story. 



Baster ^jnrise services at the Cape . ' 
Henry Mmnorial have tecome a popular 
tradition between Ft. Story and ' 
Virginia Beach. ' 



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[Beach by boaPding the 'Green Hornet, ' a raHbus which ran the /SSSBTSSISSSvHSffllW^^^^P , 
circuit in the 20s, 30s and40s Marmes ^om nea^t Little Creek use the farmM shores of 

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A battery of these 1 6-inch howitzers provided shoreline 
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Council OK's 
work study, 
but a little 
leery of results 




By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Reporter 

Virginia Beacb City pouncilman Rob- 
ert B. CroiBMlUr. had t "cracker 
jack" a!(mey-savii% id^, and he was 
oflerliig it "forfree." 

RetjiMie the number of councilmen 
from 12 to seven ami the city would 
save in «aiciency and 121,120 a year 
ift actual itoUkrs. 

Rmasemeat, but bo comment, 
met UsMgfestion Monday afternoon 
as Counell went on to authorize the 
sttKiy of the pros and cons of a work- 
incentive program for dty emid<^ees. 
Council also instructed City Manager 
Gepi^e L. Hanbury to look into the 
reQit;aaiution of the Management Study 
Coiiinmee. formed two-and-a-half 
y««rs «go vhM HatfMiry became city 
mtBi^r, and distMinded after deter- 
mining no management study was need- 
ed. 

While all but, one of the Coimcil 
meftbers present voted for the work 
inq«nttve study, most of the members 
apipeai^d to have a "show me first" 
attttodfe and offered only tentative sup- 
port of the study. 

l^fg^l propose an 
Mpjuu suggostthnpkn 
Witt cas/i hKonttvos and 
vfcirtiKaw days as reivardlsL' 

immim»mmimmmmm^mmammimmmmmm ' 

Tte idn for tte study came from 
dwcllman R(«er h. S^s who point- 
ed out fliat three weeks ago a study 
on the use of city v«Mc1m fhOHed 
thi(%|some savings could IhI mUxiiiil. 

, RJCIs .^ufcestBd that each l^bpart 
meitt of the fqtwt^M M llidied 
to d^rtBiDji. fttNooBtl q«ci|0, 
jiksH and to come up withsdsgi 
m frays to maintain efficiencies. He 
pn^ed an employee suggestion ptoq 
Witfi cash iaceotlves and vacation days 
as rewards. 

fiCe iMf<3iMieMiIfancy Welton, assis- 
tant work iaaitwPMMirt^^^cer for 
Vlqtinla Natioiml l^ul^ to explain such 
a |M*pgrani^«nintatoi % the bade. 

A| IKettQii nid Oat an emidoyee 
suRestfra plan had been implemented' 
last year during a two-month period 
anu»g 3700 employees of VNB in 
Vi^inia and eastern North Carolina. 
As a result, 304 suggestions were re- 
ceived/ and suggestions aiyroved n- 
sulted in a net savings of |102^. 
Cash prizes amounted to $20,000 and 
vacation days were valued at $3400, 
she said. Tte twlk «l the money was 
saved throai^ Job «limlnation: 



Mrs. Meyera Oberndorf asked how 
employee morale would be affecteilll 
employees "ratted on each other," 

Ms. Vtlton said that adtSt^gestion 
would have to be thoroughly documen- 
ted. 

Hanbuty said there might be a great- 
er monUe prcAlero in determining who 
got the award and what it stonU be. 
He added that employees do submit 
suf^estions tad that thousands, may- 
be millions ai dollars have bOra saved 
in the gan^ with new ideas. 



I^^gs: mm (Uhor 10 par 
cant, t woukkiitm, 
surprlaad If thay (city 
amphyaas) wara goofing 





A concrete tree? 



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But whafs good mi VNB sad Ford 
(Ford Motor Cmnptoiy has a similar 

program) isn't necesSarUy gooA for 
Virginia Beach, departments better, 
he said. In government, with extra 
pers<»mel nee^ to musage the pro- 
gram and itea^ fating the suggestions 
and resorting to quotas ("which is 
ridiculoMH), the idea isn't so work- 
tW#. "V¥4 spetid a lot more money 
than we^d Be saving." 

Hanhoit agreed ttat while the pla% 
wuld be etbic^ in some departments, 
it would Yw Here difficult in others. 

"^ o*^lWri»oWems," Riggs said 
to KuibQty, <*is yoa're ivst a human 
being. I believe 90 per cent of the city 
employees are good, honest, hard- , 
wyrlctag p«Dpl«. The other 10 per cent' 
I'VaiiUn't. be sui, 

Vfia/l tui^yeris'faiorate: 
mtaon I ran for Oty CouhcU was 
because I believe tbn^'fi waste." He 
said Iffi belidred Siiwe was waste in 
the use of cfty vehicle, but Council 
did not —until the rqiM caiae in. 
If the ta:q»yer helieved^, waM get- 
tl^ Us dollar'is worth, l|f'iwiddij«t 
mind paying fiaces, he alfc , 




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Weidn»sday, March 9, 1977 Vii^inia Beach, Va. Two Sections 15 cents 



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The buk will have the suggestion 
pragnm for three months this year, 
starting (n April, she said, but ex- 
pects to cut down on the number of 
people Involved and therefore, on the 
administrative cost of the program. 
The cost of administerl^ the program 
last y»r was |2S,0D0 and this year 
is e^^ed to be $I|,I00. 

Employees, themselves, suggested 
ttelr jobs be eliminafeMi These people 
did not t(^ their ^t», however, biit 
Mre k^ on the payroll uMQ antMier 
jobco^ be tomA for them wWiin 
the company when natural attrition 
prosentKl a y>b. 



But Banm said that be felt that 
everyone in , a supervisory position 
^ Iraows about the non-{Ht)ductive em- 
ployees but didn't know how to get 
rid of them. 

Mrs. (%emdort, who said she was 
in favor of the incentive program, 
just wants to be sure its eawra ad- 
ministrative costs. The only Council 
member who counted herself "enthu- 
siastic" about an incentive plan, she 
sogg^ed that department heads not 
be eUgtt>le for the nwta^ 

Vice Mayor Patriae LStantti^, idiUe 
voting for the study, eqtressed dodnts 
about the autom<^e stwly and said 
he bapei \Mt it would be looked at 
more careftilly before teke-homopriv- 
^ lieges were taken away from some of 
tte ci^ enqdoyees such as the city 
att(H-B^. 

fium, the only Coimcil member who 
voted against the stoidy, said he did 
so because "I saw what y(Mi did in 
the police matter and in no way couU 
he justify the amount of mMwy ^e«t 
and the lower«i morale of the Police 
I^artmeftt. He tras referring to tte 
occasfon when Riggs adnA t^ovncil 
to look in to a case of alleged paHet 
bru^ity. 



A new. and unjiiae soniag distrii^^ 
in tha process of being created 4n 
ViSI^ Beach. 
Mrmore City Council now Is a pUUi 
for an A,C-1 (Arts and Conf^aitce Ns- 
trict) to be applied only to^e ar«a 
artMind tte Arts and Coaferenc«C«iter. 

The itstrict |niq)osed Incindes the 
area boondtid by 22nd Street, Pacific 
Avenue,' Birdneck Road and Vin^lnia 
Beach Boulevard including Uw north 
slcto of 22nd Street and the $puth sfa!^ 
of Virgtnla Beach Boulevard, ^ 

At an Informal session Monc^jr after- 
noon, Scott told Council that At pre^ 
sent a complete rai^e of r^ildentlal 
and commercial zoning exists, in the 
area. Fr^ 150-200 residences are lo- 
cated la file area, he said, most of 
which are rmital. v 

Scott said that the parpose'|>f the ' 
new zoning is to expanl certain uses 
such as BK^els and apartme^ w^ch 

are In U^i ar«i mw and to eaoe#age 

compatttile and additional usm while 
conbtAlag other uses such as auto- 
mobile rq^ shops, funeral Ipomes, 
mMl9 hMK sales and other businesses 
wMch are not considered incompatUde. 

Cooadl &ter dMiied a petiti<» of ^ 
Gltttoi j^jidpmeit CcHspany be. for a 
coBdIttqiart use permit for a water sl^ 
00 4 J feres located at the sev- 
ens) i^ttiMction (a Virginia BmiA- 



NorfoUE Ej^H^ssway and Birdneck 
Road, which is in the proposed AC-1 
district. 

Scott' said the property would be 
impided under the new zoning. 

Councilman George R. Ferrell asked 
wliether the property owners would be 
wfillng to pay higher taxes for 19- 



graded property while CoaocilwiNnan 
Meyera Oberndortwcmdered what would 
hapten to the people who now rent 
the pn^rty. Could they afiOrd the 
higher rents which may result ffom 
the upgrading? 

City Manager George L. Hanbury said 
that the d^ty is working on a housing 




Sewer he^i for Seafac^ 



The Owl's Creek LsM 
afM of Virginia BwA wtil 
grt severs Oils year witt 
mimy wrmark^ fw a |*rt 
cT fiMtWk. But S^taek wm't 
be Mg «tth(^. "^ Arts 
aai Cfl^ereKe Cuter wtU 
^MW Mwerstotothe^teck 
GMimiitt)h| 

A third t^T Community 
MfiM^fliiirt Block Grist of 
WMjm vUl be QMtt (w 
a l^Mttlw^M tf M tn- 
phtsis M SMMT a^ wat«i 



projects for the community 
devetoiMiimt target neigh - 
borhooE^, the seheduUi^ of 
street Upwea«its to M> 
low the ^a^«^cffi of te 
sewer sad water projects for 
the SMUdc and NewUght 
tt^f^torksm^, and M «s- 
taUlshmwt ol a towtptera^ 
IMM (or r^teMltatM^v- 

Pnq»sals for the ex|M- 
dtture of the mimj wwe 

made t9 the CM^uMty p»- 



vel^M^ St^Klng Cmi - 
mWtee, 

City C^ieil Moa&y 
lAtntmm itfvnmi tbupto- 
p^ate and paned aa Hs- 
oltfion to 1^^ for thtfrant . 

TiMi ^^nn is MleA. 
to hal|^^ l^»^iifi. 
idents hudto tte out «f 
rauMetton to sewer aarilMt- 
te* ^ais utd tap ^mn-^ 
<|Mred hf ttH^'s wi^- 
tory a»aaet^ wdbttiMs 
and mlatanai Mmt tetb- 



room and kitchen plumbic 
(U^res. 

Mrs. Alice Green, a New- 
^rht retMMrt, urged tto 
Council to move faster. 



Botert Wsaa, pres^^ 
oftto Nawl^Clvlc League 
t^iproved tte tow iiAerMt 
ton* aad said more aiifto- 
m stadd to iAaoedorikM 
Uttm M that the pecvte 
eOiM me^ city code re - 
fiiremnts. 




program now and that private dev^ 
opment is being encouraged to provlda 
housing. A lot (rf the housing in flte 
proposed district is sut)standard, be 
said, and a survey is being made of 
the substandard houses there. Because 
of the center, he said, sewers will 
be brought into the area sooner. 
Mrs. Oberutort was o nly concered 



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m latfj. tm Art vas set I9 iha ft«^tors. Aa 
aMaJMMI hanjia as BMMaaat Baed wiu Mtad Boad 
pTMMd m» Mittkttiig MtMttaa for m« iwiitofs af 
Bit MMft1Ni«ta»M« DapartMHt test wmk. Tla dty 
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0m mm watalawi pN^ al ftmet^ «• ft* r«al ttki 
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that the "governing body" should take 
some responsibility for people who 
would be iqtrooted. 

After incorporating suggestions of 
Council members and other changes, 
the »»ing plan will ber returned to 
Council for action. 

Principal uses and structures for the 
district as prqwsed are autytoriums, 
baidcs and financial institutions, busi- 
ness studios, offices, clinics and med- 
ical laboratories, eating and drinking 

establishmeitfs, («n:^ for drive-ins), 
hotels and oiotels, maswims and art 
galleries, personal service establish- 
mrats, pubUc buUding and grounds, 
and certain types of retaU es^lish- 
meirts. 

Conditional uses and strudures in- 
clude service statioas. lucyele rental 
estoUishments, ctetrdns^ cemnercial 
parking tots, larklng pii^rw and stor- 
age garafes, movie ho^te and live 
Mater ^HitahUdiments, muttiiAe family 
dwelliagsJ ^fldchibs, ban, taverns, 
dance haUi^ apassenger transporUtion 
terminalsv private clul>s and lodges, 
social ceata-s, charitable establish- 
ments and atiiletic clubs and retoll 
uses and sdwteres alker MM Jki^e 
specified to principal «s^. ^ *- 

After iacorporating suRe^^iui x4 
Cmmcil, tbt$ plan wlU be »ri>H|ted to 
the Plimdni Commisston iU ad- 
vertised. 



City biKdi 
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Coaaidlawi C^otfa B. 
FerrM, iM» aaa ba a^Mt 

" ^T^'^**"! "riinilij In 
tack in Vk^ia ttaifi^^ 
Ma hoa« 

^^^JH a mbhhhi fot fki 
cur* badget Moada 

"Tb* bwigtt to 
B*M». f aa bava to' 
ikraagb II for what raa Wi. 



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ttet oM eMr in yow i^c 

Im' sMt is MrMW^lccw? 
I^y Bo( iMm lowtort-caae 
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stuxients in tte class, "It's 
like Mting p«tinitsf Once you 
start, it's hard to st<v We've 
even started lodtit^ for more 
ctairs to cine--aiKl we're 
working on iour r^ now!," 
she lai^bed. It's a pleasure 



'Tfmn's asBnse of accom^Hlmmit la doing 
ami pasBkig on a craft that*s tiacoming 
tOiaolata, That's my loy. * 



B's all a mmr of "kmnt- 
iom" and VUfiiria Crertm^ 
cer^aly knows tow! Sm's 
a^MM^r BMte believers out 
ot m MMeiAs in ter chair 
OAb^ «As iVioB«N}red ^ 
the VtffNft B«iek 0«parf- 
tt«t (tf Hfis aod Re- 
crea^m. 

For ttoM of irott who don't 
know wtet caiuag is, it's the 
imivttg i9f It foot nttao 
strq>s (ca^) to make ac^r 
sett w badu Acrardiag to 
Mrs.: CrMlonafi, profession- 
al callers are scarce be - 
cusc OAing is "almost a 
inrtottn craft." "There is 
a growing interest nov in 



to 1&L!A this dass, says Mrs. 
Cra^paa, beeavse the stu- 
dents are so ^bnsiastic. 
"They ran hardly wait for 
the wxt class!" 

Brt that's no surprise. 
Virginia Cre^mui is a ^- 
dicated craftaiiBan and a pa- 
tient instructor who's will- 
ing and eager to share her 
knowledge ^ tte i^-old art 
of cai^. As she puts it, 
"There's a saise ol ac«»m- 
pUshideot in doi^ asU pass- 
ing on a craft VbiVs becoro- 
ingc^sdlete. tWs myity." 

Her students are proud 
of their new-found ability. 
As Mrs. Crec^mu «idaln- 



canlng Is me aating^muts. Oncayou 
start, It's hard to stop.,.' 




oM - ttlBC cnfts," and tte 
growing popularity <rf a^ 
qnes ha« brought vdMi ft a 
renewed interest in eudag. 
In tact, Mrs. Creeboaa, 
who's beet caning since 197^, 
got started caaiag because a 
good MMd <tf ten owned 
au aidl«w shop aad seeded 
sonseoaie to c^ae chairs. "So 
I ^i^lt nyself," she said, 
"aad I gams I've caned aboitf 
70 chain Wf now." 

But beware— dhair caning 
is idtti^tlBg! According to 
K^^Bayae, eneofj 



ed, "It's nice to produce 
som^ing with om's hands 
and to lodk sA tt aid say 
i did it!" 

Xnowiag how to cane is 
rewarding in more ways than 
one: there's a definite fimn- 
cial benefit in doing your 
own caning. It will cost you 
anywhere ttum |2S and q) to 
teve the seal of an average 
sized chair caned, but if you 
<h) it yourself, it wilkwly 
co^ you approiomately^SO 
to,t3-50 ^jpa^ ttaie- Tlie 





Jean Wizeman recaries her own dining 
room chair. 

Photos by Dabble Caiman 



Caning hstructor Virginia Creekman sliows the finer points to . 
MegBayne. .; : 








OpMlMft 
10«iito9E30|Nii 

COME SEE US! 



VILLAGE BUTCHER 

Z the shop everyone's been 
I" waiting tor... NOW OPEN 



PRIME-CUT TO ORDER 



1608 HUl T<9 West - 422-S&12 
Open Moif-Wed. 10 'til 6 Thurs.-Sat. 10 'til 7 



Patience is needed, txit chair caning is 
ftMJ and profitable. 



A newly-caned bacl<pM bottom adds years to the life of a 
rocker. 





(lit mlmm 



irs af dw Dm Muek Mavy cnmi vwm *«« rt- 
e«Mly to •«gt Witt ftt HAS OCMMr««tff '%!>•«»■*«' 
TiNM^ par cert of flw BaBbwrf -or «U f otM «*rt Mad- 
ad Ip rattfy the sMrger wUcfe had alrMdy hm mirvr^ 
by botti boardi <« ArMtora. the raglwal aad aadoaal 
haadqua rtera «f Am Mtaad Crudtt Ualoa AAaiaUtrallm. 
Aflw a haatod ^1^ hilavM AmllackMnNrf aatf tteir 
tnm mtm bhant UMibnrs. ttc nargtr «u approvad. 
At »t «Mi cmmm was (1 to ^^f^ ^"'^'' ***M»r 
# Om Dm Met Mikt. iov tmtmm *it «f 

fadml fkmt Daiw at »• ium aabouds 
(k aaifajr; An Cmww naaater of ttr Oeaaaa 
o^MilJh^l Aataa, ; ^ 

""r*e^fj~inj| lev ereo. . 



'hd _, 



Beachers 
earn Ford 
honors 



Thrae VirgUa Bea^ ^- 
fkof^i M Pord Mitor Om- 
paay's Hoek^ aasaably 
^aat will raee^ knevity 
awards ttis wMti from 
rort. 

Carl G.»(|^ I* 11541 
HoiMM^ nrivt wiU raeeive 
FoM^f W^ywHT f^ ^'fa- 
Mr aervtee k^hrptent's 
^iMy Miritnd i^tk». 

JMBy G. VMtttt or 2105 
GNtaweU Wmi ud Mbeh 
E. Twk«ror^C.C9dcka- 
femv RotdwfflMMA^^ 
9-^«r aUvir (rins. JPerkias 
wwfta^ te ftate' Mb de- 
, fli TMnr Is 

Att mvi also ive^vid 
aaaai^ei M vprwta^ 
iP^ Jont^ pMd iBtlte em' 
puf'a ^^^H^Mtaand. 
n* ^ jiitiaiiHatloiii WM« 
1^ ta |A|M wtM^r 



LM9»h. 





Tonight, 
like any 
I otha- 
rrfg^lflffiiuscinds 
of you will go to sl^3 flg^t. \M!h 
^xjf nnind clouded ... with tti© ' 
celllr^ spinning. TfKxscmc^ erf ym 
do Itnl^ crfta nlg^t. And the 
more nights you do It ... ttie more 
nights you hovelo do It. And ypu 
hate it, Wrtt© or tx:^) In cxx^derce 
forfqcts on o a8-da^^ogrcmnfor 
the fredtmertf <^ crfc<^tolsm. In<3 
comfortable, ccrtr^ atniospher©. 
Specialist carj he^ v«uflfKl the 
way to a gpod r^s^'s^eep ... 
without ^3ur hovlr^ to ^,to tie^ 



1 701 WiU OVIm f»w«. VfcgWo too*. Va 23454 
Col) 4811216 

/tecracftodtiy Hw JoW C^mmMon on Iw 

A(^«dtoNaft of He^kM 
AppiovM to MW^M. Qvanpw, MMhSM 



Ml-Ml^tt IPerwiRja) wrfmUf 



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Viiftnla Beacb Sun, March 9, 1977 - A-3 



t&ngregBtion is happy, 
Church is paid in fuii 




Mtmbtri o( the eoatrHt<^ of St. FrtMif' E|dse«ptl 
Chvrcli on Rosemoat Ron! kiMpUy Iwrn Hi* aMrti^ift to 
Qwir church. Th« moiipft vts ^id In ftiU neMtly, 
Mljr 18 7Mn itter the Church was built. (L to r) Ken 
Mewcomhe, Nell CoveU, BUI Ashmirth and Alton Stone. 



The congregation of St. 
Praoeis' Episcopal Church, 
Virginia Beach, celebrated 
the iZth anniversary of their 
church by burnii^ the mort- 
gage notes at a special ser- 
vice recently. 

This was a very excitii^ 
event for the coiigregati<» 
and especially for the Rev. 
Clayton E. Crigger, who 
started St. Francis' Church 
as a naifision in 1963. 

When Mr. Crigger held the 
first service on July 7, 1963, 
in a temporary location at 
Rinaldi's Plaza Bowling 
Lanes, 60 people attended. 
Soon after, land was {wr- 



chased, and in May of 1964, 
ground wai ^trtcM for the 
church bui^Mi^ oiiRiNemont 
Ro«l. Fteaily, after 18 
nx^hs of boldiag services 
in the bowling center, the 
congregaticw was able to 
open the doors of their own 
buUdisg on Janpary 24, 1965. 

From tl» J original 60 
people wbottteidcdthat first 
service in the bowling lanes, 
St. Frands' Church has 
grown to .^proximately SOO 
baptized mmbers. Prob- 
ably the bf^ evideiHse of the 
active and involved member- 
ship is tte fact tlttt Church 
indebtedness has been paid 
off in only twelve years. 




Cape Henry school 
holds open house 



Joint clergy meeting 

4t Virginia Wesleyan College's MMiumental Chapel kst 
ftk, members of the Virginia Beach Ministerial Aa- 
foeUtiiOB and Oie Norfblk Clergy Asaoeiation held a Joint 

teetlng^ and ibey listened to guest speaker Dr. WttUim 
. ShMkb (crater), Wesleyan's professor of religiai. 
Iittmi9t$ the mect&tg was the Reverend WlUam E. Anstin 
^r. (riteA), president of tte VirglBia Bradt Assoctatton 
^ pastor of tte Virginia Beach Christian Church, and 
Ibe Reverend Amie Kristo, vice-president of the Norfolk 
HAssoclation tad executive director of Social Ministries 
>r ttie Lnttmraa Council of Tidewater. 



The advantages of a pri- 
vate collegiate education was 
the central theme of an open 
house sponsored by Cape 
Henry Collegiate School 
last Sunday (March 6). The 
school, located just off First 
Colonial Road at 1320 Mill 
Dam Road, is Virginia 
Beach's cmly independent, 
college preparatory school 
offering instruction from 
kindergarten tbrot^h bigh 
school. 

The open house included a 
short program by headmas- 
ter Dr. Hugh Moomaw, fol- 
lowed by a visit to indivi- 
diial classrooms for a sum- 
mation of class burriculums. 

According to Headmaster 
Moomaw, one of the primary 
advantages of a private edu- 
cation is the smaller class- 
room size and the moreperr 



sonalized attention. Cape 
Henry's current enrollmoit 
is limited to 230 students 
in classes of no more than 
20 pupils.' 

List y^r enrollment in- 
crea8<ld 28 per cent with the 
school expecting to meet Its 
maxttifflm i^ent capacity 
in 1999. tb*. Moomaw added, 
howeifer, that there wiU be 
a few d|>enii48 in each grade 
during tte coming year. 

Girls 
Club 
News 



Her Worth is Far Above Rubies! 



I 



In Proverlw 31. we fiiul a description of ihc virtiioiu 
MOiiian. She in denerilied ^iti luii'd-wot'kiiig, resQurce* 
fill, and reHpoiitiihie. Her fiiniily in veiy iniportuut to 
Jier. uiid they in turn praiiM? and call her hlessed. - 

It would lie difficult, indeed, for to> 
day'g woman to fulfdl all of the re- 
quirements of this scripture, however, 
it is still an excellent source of iuspi* 
ration for any woman. A virtuoiu 
woman is still cherished hy her hnS' 
hand and children, and even today her 
worth is "far above ruhie*". 







Robert Lee Thompson, age 
5, has been awarded a full 
summer scholarship at the 
school of American ballet in 
flew VoHc. Thompson, son of 
Ir. Md Mrs. R. L. Thomp- 
ion, 5057 Finn Road, Virginia 
)each. has been a student at 
iw Aca&my of the Norfolk 
laUet ^r two and oae half 
'ears. 



A senior member of the 
ioriolk Civic Ballet, Lee wUl 
i«rt be seen in the May Bal- 
et ChUa of the Norfolk Civic 
iailiet to be given at Chry- 
sler Han Mr. Walter Noona, 
(»ductor of the Vir^a 
each Symphony, has arran- 

Sl pedlar music in the 
ssical vein as a tribute 
|o Lee's unique artistry and 
lechnique tor this perfor- 
mance. 



Thompson is the first Vir- 
ginia Beach boy to be given 
a scholarship to the School 
of American Ballet, the of- 
ficial school of the New York 
City Ballet. 



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HANES BYERLY 
President 

KENNETH F. CURLEY 

General Muager 

GARY FULLERTON 
Hews Editor 

BLAIR TBUHMAN 
^rts Editor 

SBORAH FOWLER 
Boslaess MaMger 

JIMWOWN 
ClrettlatiM Manager 



P^ished every We<Ms - 
^1H WMj P^UlttttflW' 
wm iB^ Mm ^M Id 
ni l^^nMt fid., fir. 
0^ MA. Va. IMO. 
S^M clais fs^a^pM 
ct LMMttim MiMl ta 
Vto^A MM. M-mMi 

Ojter rates pahM rt ed « 

•|| ■Hill - - ^ I I T~ 




Robert Thompson receives instruction 
from Teresa Martinez 

Beach arrivals 



: Ktm Schneider, 12 yenrs 
HM, was awarded the title, 
«**Miss Girl's ClidJ 1977." 
Eight year old Amy Cr(»«r 
^White was annoenced as 
"Miss S^Vs Club jr. " Bar- 
bara IlieDonald ami Sherry 
Phelpsi^ both age e^t, were 
first and seccmd mnners- 
iq> * respectativeiy In the 
"Pixie" division. Denise 
Za^dski, age 14, was the ; 
first runner-iq» in the "Jr. 
Teen" . division foUowed 
closely by Debbie Kii%, age 
11. 

Other participants in the 
beauty, talent, and poise 
cratest were "Pixie" divi- 
sion; Jennifer Adock and~ 
Gina DePaul; "Jr." divi- 
sion; Sangita Daryaud^ 
Becky Sumner and Jackie 
Zawadski. 

Mrs. Mary Corradi, as- 
siistant Girl's Club director 
was assisted by volunteers 
Mrs. Ann Crosswhite aitd 
^ Mrs. King in organizingand 
'naming the pageant, the 
difficult task of judging the 
talented young ladies was 
aptly done by volunteers 
Ms. Ann Coffield, Mra. 
Pauline Costa, Mi^. Donna 
Heinke, and Mrs. Wanda 
Sellers. 



Hogge Bros. Plumblng- 
Heating-Elec. Service 

2216 N. Great Neck Road 481-7694 
. Sewer L Water Connections 

Ifaynes Furniture Company= 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
" Furniture-Bedding-Carpetii^ 



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Chirlle's Sealed fleatain-ant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
, Mary E. Rehpelz t Employees 



Price's Incorporated 

4S80 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
^ Brand Name Appliances-TV-Stero 



:U- 



Bayside Mofors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charley C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 



Kempsyllle Pharmacy 

^^ 5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-35It 
Robert W. Clyburn-Lynn Leavitt --' 

/ 

Lindsay Bros, Inc. 

Plumbing-Heating- Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums & Staff 

All Star Electric, Inc. 

1425 Air Rail Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial li Industrial 



Home Federal Savings 
JTtoan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 



miill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd^ 497-4854 



Mr. and Mrs. Stephen 
Payne Tignor, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Norwood 
Thomas Bailey, (ktogbter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Dean Allen 
Farri^on, son; 

Mr. and Mrs Jeffrey Alan 
Smithdeal,^»; 

Mr. and Mrs, Walton Ed- 
ward Yancey Jr., da^||er; 

Mr. and Mrs. Rodnep^ynn 
StUl, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey 
Jackson A^, son; 



Mr. and Mrs. Paul El- 
liot Scfaaefer, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles El- 
wood White Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mc- 
Coy Keuiedy, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald WU- 
son Bailey, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray 
Harold, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. WUliam Ed- 
ward Riehl, daughter; and 

Mr. and Mrs. Jt^ David 
Mitchell Sr., sm. 



In Windsor Woods — 



aza - - - Grssn Run 



TiM OatNrfte Parish 
of the Holy Sptoit 



7 pjm. Sat; 9:30 ft 1 1 a^n. Sim. 

T^phcHw 340-7422 




1 



ST 

Linkborn Park School 



1413 Laskin Rd. 

481-4471 
Rev. C.V. guiding, Jr. 

)r 



Sjftstoi 



Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 
Snnday Evening Service 
7:00 p.m. 



TIDEWATER 
CEN'mAL 

0IURCHOFTHE 
NAZEREME 

Itev. Iteyid Holstein, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. «7-8liS3 

Snaday School Hr. - 9M 

A.M. 

Hw of^ktaph 10:50 a.m. 

^rior» Yo^, 4 A(hilt 

FeUow^-S:00 P.M. 

ItoW of ta^ration - 7:00 

A.M. 

P.M 

WiftiHday Mid-week 

Up-UffttWP.M. 



Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendridcs & Staff 



John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1%4 Laskin Rd. 

John M. Wright & Associates 



Kellam & Eaton, inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 427-3390 
Frank & David Kellam 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy 
Sandy Bolin & Employees 



Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. ^ohl k Associates 

R. C. Greer Plumbing & Heating 

Sewer and Water Hook-iqffi 
2293 Indian Uver Rd. 420-7003 



H ft M Construction Co. 

SlSMostrialAve. 545-7391 
Monte P. Howell 4 Em|doyees 

IMUIers Plumbing & Heating Co. 

1629&lemRd. 497-8794 

Sewer 4 Water ConiW<^(Nis A ^peciatty 



Taylor B. Carr 4 Employees 



Contractors Paving Co. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 347-1161 

Clinton Teets 4 Staff 
ft 



Inc. 



Sbnieie Funeral Home —— 

3795 Bonney Rd. between 
Independence 4 Rosemont 
A. Neal Kellum, Gen Mgr. 4 Fun Dir. 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. ttS-lltl 



Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison 4 Associates 



Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-892S 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 



HHton Appliance Service 

4737 Honey Grove 407-S1(n 
"Out (M Whack - Call IbM^" 



This f eatiH-e is made possttjie through the coopwation 
of our minteters. It Is paid for by these area firms who bMive 
ow churches are a vital part of our commu^ ^ 



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*np#««»*i,i4>B >. 



■ 1^3kJlKBi^^&,:| 



Bt^-iich district DEC .jwi 



ti.ii. ixi^dCt) iutjji scbooisre- 
'■'■ . /Hjdpaled in a 
jt District cotn- 
t to determine *ho 

itm\ . represeut the city at 
th Virginia DECA coinpe- 




march 11-13 

sted around 
ar<^ the respective winners 
from all ttie high scbools, 
their category and bow they 
placed, 

Distributive Education is 
a high school course which 



heipa I'D «i'iii t- ill'.-' iii^ii M.tiijv'i 
graduate to successfully 
compete for jobs once he 
or she has graduated. Part of 
the course consists of act- 
ually working at a business 
during school hours. This 
on-the-job training is com- 



stru 

viey for a jab, how to dis- 
play mt^rch^mdite, public 
spe tarliamentary 

proceoure, sales deihon- 
st ration, vbA a host of other 
categories. 



trgiiiu tje&cii an mu 
taking the Distributive 
Education course are mem- 
bers of DECA (Distributiyp 
Education Clubs of Amer 
ica). Each year DECA mem- 
bers in each school com- 
pete among each other, then 



trict, then the state and fi- 
nally the national DECA 

comoetitioii 



Will D«r represeniea ac \m 
state competition by 31 stu- 
dents. They are scheduled to 



TUT I- Jt\it 



tilt: luiii^cviiiui' ••< 

Roanoke this Friday, March 

U. They'U Join SM ^her 

Vlrelnl* DECA wlnnewto 

tWr 

Virgfaia BmA DECA c«- 
tii%mt will be siqtervised 



SUN News Editor 



^ Mrs. Pat Van Bom. DB 
instruct at PrlncMs AnM 
High Seteol. 



Bavside Hiah 





Ihia AlQueza'*' Sandi Christian 
2nch Pariiamentary 1st, Parliamentary 
Prdhedure Procedure 



ellam High 




Cox High 



Jrrrfi 

3rd, Student of the 

Year 




Alan Matkins 

1st in Overall Series Donna Schlotter^r sartiy Watsm 

Food Marketing, 1 st, Food Marketing, District Overall 

Master Employee Selling ^^^^ General 

Merchandizing 




MissyB&)i$ Rick Fortune 

1st, Public Speaking 3rd Overall in 

General 
Merchandizing 



j^Bt- 



2^, ApparrelS 
Accessories 
1st, A S.A selfing 
cynpetehey , 



Ann Marie CovieHo F^ffrtmis 

2nd, Pi^lic Speaking ^'^' ^^'^^ ^"^^"'^ 




1 ' 



Pam Talley 

1st, Parliamentary 

Procedure 



Debbie^alkingstick AnnetteWatm 
2nd, Parliamentary ^st, Job Interview 
Procedure DE1 



Kathy Wilkinson 

3rd,^Sales 

Demonstration 







M- 



r^f*n»^ *i-:r^i&s"i 



empsville High 



*^iwt . i^pFs c »^ r^ K^ 





Les Basnight Karen tiaynor 

1st, General 3rd, Sales Judging 

Merchan&zing DEI 

2nd, Communications 



Shirley Carter 
1st, Apparel & 
Accessories 



DavidDreaho 
DE Student of the 
Ymr 2hd,^ Public 
Sp^akmg 



Paula Norris 
2nd, Job Interview 
DE2 



Rita Ross 

1st, Job Interview 

DE2 



JohnSdvocool Jo Spruill 
3rd, Food Marketing 1st, Apparrel & 

Accessories 



4 
n 

-« 

-4-- 

-4 




Dave Stev0ns(m 
2nd, Sales 
Denwnstration 



Sheila Ward 
1st, Sales 
Demonstration 



Kim Worley 

3rd, Job Interview 

DEI 




Princess Anne Higli 



Richard Baines Carter McRe& 

3rd, PubHc Speaking 1st, Sales Judging 



Mike Ricks 
3rd. General 
Merchandizing 



Debbie Secrist 
1st, Food Service 
Selling ^ 







Jmnonstratim 




Viitinia Beach Sun, March 9, 197? . 4 



Burger King brings bands, beauty, bucks 



a 



Story and photos 
by Gary Futhrton, 
SUN Mows Editor 





The 'official' rmdn cutting by Miss Virginia. 




WG Ndhay [center] of CfiartetHduse welcomes the crowd 
p the new Burger King. 



Walter Royal of the Beach Chamber ot ^^^ ^o^'f 
commerce accepts donation J^o^he Plaza ^'^^ Virginia 76 
FiveDept. ' -^.5.-.,. a . 




Beach Students 
to attend 

DECA state finals 



Kellam 

Annette Walsh 
Dana Beasley 
Ram Talley 

Kemps ville 

JohnSovQcool 
Rita Ro$s 
Jo Spruili 

David Dreano 
Sheila Ward 
LesBasnight 

Shirley Carter 

First 
Colonial 

Debbie Secrist 
Mike Ricks 
Carter McRee 



Cox 

Missy Bone 

Princess 
Anne 

Brad Bos well 
David Riley - 
Dehise Dickson 
Ivy Koerner 

Debbie Kaastra 



Bayside 



Law, signs, job sidlls 
3 new TCC courses 



Tidewater ComiDaiilty 
College of Virginia Beach 
has annottcned the addition 
of three exciting new das- 
hes to tbelr.^rlflg Quart- 
er, startiiv I*te this month: 
"Learning Sign Language," 
"Law . Enrfone SbmU 
Know," and "Job Cam - 
palgmag Skills." 
_„LiindDg SigD Langaage 
will involve beginning, in- 
termediate and ulvanced 
courses which wUl give those 
who w>it with the deaf a 



chance to learn a vital and 
humanitarian skill. The 
courses will especially be 
helpftil to teachers, police 
and firemen, lades people 
and others who serve the 
deaf. 

Each of the Sign Language 
courses will provide three 
continuing education units 
OCEU) and ^ch wUl meet 
one evening a week, 7 to 
10 p.m., for ten weeks. The 
beginner^ class starts Mon- 
day, Mar. 28, intermediate 



Sandy Watson 
Donha 
Schlotterer 

Alan Matkins 
Sandi Christian 




[Sea photos on adiolning pa^) 



City gets crime funds 



The city of Vif^a B^ch 
has been awarded a state 
grant of $26,383 to help im- 
plement a five year plan to 
cuii) JuvenUe delli^ency. 

The fpuA, aifiroved re-- 
cefitly by the Virginia Coun- 
cil on Criminal Ju^ce, is 
part of more than $1 million 
approved for virtws city and 



county police departments. 

Virginia Beach's grant will 
go toward providing a staff 
person to direct, moidtor 
and Implement the five year 
plan. 

The city has to proviite 
11,319 in matchi^ funds to 
get the plan luderway. 



starts Tuesday, Mar. 29 and 
advanced starts Wednesday, 
Mar. 30. 

The TCC instructor for the 
course is Bob DanielSy a 
deaf son of deaf parents, who 
is a skilled Up r^der and 
able to communicate in nor- 
mal voice and sign simul- 
taneously. 

Starting Thursday,^ March 
31, TCC Virginia Beach will 
offer a free course entit- 
led "Law Everycme Should 
Know." The course will be 
taught by members of the 
youi% lawyers sectlcHi of the 
Norfolk - Portsmouth Bar 
Association and will con- 
sist of six two-hour discus- 
sions of law for the layman. 

Topics will include wills, 
family law, accidents and 
your personal liability, 
criminal law, real estate 
and extracts and personal 
finances. ^ 

Due to classroom size at- 
tendance will be limited, so 



the public Is invited to call 
Tec continuing education 
early to reserve a seat. The 
eztentlon is 114 or 115. 

TCC, in co(^ration with 
the Seatack NeighlKirhood 
Center, will also offer a 
course in "Job Campaign- 
ing Skills," running each 
Wednesday at 2 p.m. from 
Mar. 30 to May 4. The cou- 
rse will be conducted at 
the Seatack Neighborhood 
Center on South Blrdneck 
Road. 

This is a one-credit cour- 
se which is especially de- 
signed to assist the student 
in developii^ skills in how to 
look for a job. It can be 
particularly helpful for those 
persttis who have never 
worked or have been out itf 
the labor maitet for some 
time. Tuition is |8.50. 

For informati(» on all 
three «ours^ call tCCs 
office of eitttinulng educa- 
tion at 427-3070. 




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Steak an) ^mr tevoHte eoeki^ serv^ witt baked 
potftto* salad. Sun<teys. Mondays 4 Tuesdays 

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WNi TREE INN 

SMMtoys at the INN have been a tMewatwr tradition 
for almost flfty years now, aM tt» CMonial BmOtiast 
beiM offend each tenday ft-ea 10-30 tU S.N Is re- 
klBffiag the bmily treat. Served att M taMe, tUsall- 
yoa-eai-Mt foast -^^las win m INR's tr^UoMl 
'sttcky* bws and foatai^s fish M«^. asserted Jidees, 
bonemaite U^rry m4fflis, ptaHtrs of scrtmbled 
•Cfs. ham, sausage and potetoes, followed by i^e 
stradel aad vanilla ice cream. 

At a price of $3.7S for adults a^ |t.2S for aUMi^ 
it is easy to u^rstaN why reservattiMs are su^^ted. 



It was bucks, balloons, 
Iwrgers, lands, beauty and 
ballytoo at the grand open- 
ing Saturday fA Virginia 
Beach's lowest larger King 
restaurant (w Holland R(»d. 

The ballyhoo began shortly 
after 11 a.m. when beauty 
Pam Polk, Miss Virginia, 
cut a rlblxm of bucks across 
the doorway, kicking off a 
wetiiend lof events to mark 
the occasicm. 

The xWum of bucks-50 
12 bills-was donated to the 
Windsor Wood^ Fire De - 
partment, which later thal^ 
day pot on a fire prevei^ 
demosstrtUon in the Burger 
King partitag lot. 

The TV-lamous Burger 
King Man put la appearances 
both days, ild balloons were 
available for the kids. 

Two musical perform- 
ances were scheduled. &tt- 
urday at 6 p.m. the "Tide- 
water Friends (tf Old Time 
Music" staged a concert of 
music, and on Sunday at 2 
~ m. the Kempsville Junior 

.gh School Band performed 
Oder the direction of Em- 
mett Forbes. 

Also Saturday afternoon 
the Royal Puppet Show en- 
tertained the youi^sters, and 
Sunday an art contest was 
held for kids in grades 1 
through 4. 

The ceremonies began 
with remarks by William 
Nahay, director of opera - 
tions for Chart House (Bur- 



iifO» 



ger Kill's parert corpora- 
tion) in Tidewater. Nahayin- 
troduced Virginia Beach 
Chamber of Commerce 
presided Walter Royal. 

Community iMders at^ '^ 
tending the (^en bouse were 
Lieutenant Larry Sutton,Va. 
Beach Police DepartmeflMP*« 
Carole Palatini, vice prn^** 
ident of Hie Green Run I^-mI 
mM's Club; Harry Eward, 
president (tf the board, Gre 
Run Homes Associatiiw; I 
Carraway, Timberl 
Home and Recreation 
ter; Mrs. Pridlla 
Green Run Homes Am 
sociatioa; Janis Dodril 
Green Run Homes 
tlon; Ms. Lou Blakeman, 
io of Green Run 
Ass'n; Virginia Jones, Gre 
Run Garden Club; Walter 
Royal; and Emmett Forbes. 
The manager of the new 
Burger King is Lois Mc- 
Pherson. 

Although the restaurant o- 
pened its doors to the pub-nQ -. 
lie in January, the grand o'- " [ 
penii^ ceremony was detaybn*^- 
ed until the crew was full^-^o 
trained. 





Va. 
contest 

postponed 

The Virginia state Miss 
U.S. TIsen pageant original- 
ly scheduled for March 19 
in Roanoke has been post- 
poned until April 8-9 and will 
be staged In Coeburn in the 
high school auditorium ac- 
cording to the director, Mrs. 
John R. Taylor. 

The Virginia state Little 

American Miss pageant, for 

girls ages three to 12 will 

'^so be staged at Coeburn 

on the same dates. 

Entry information for both 
tontests is available by writ- 
ing to Mrs. John R. Taylor, 
Rt. 8, Jonesboro, Tenn. 
87i)8». 

No talent competition is 
Involved In either contest, 
and girls first are judged in 
their respective age divi - 
sions. Winners in the age 
groups, then meet again on 
stage to vie for the state 
tttle. 

Winner of the Miss U.S. 
Teen title and winner of the 
Virginia Little American 
Miss crown, will both have 
their entry fees paid for the 
national finals which are held 
in Lake Charles, La. later 
in the year. 



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dinner theatre... 

Now in our nth year 

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2*33 VirHala Beach Blvd. 







A-l - Viiflau Bm^ iua. Mirer 9, 1917 



Cox's Bn Ptopst 



Great guy, gr6at timpani 



Navy impacts oa Beach 



By BUD LOWE 
SUN Band Repwier 

Tte tnniJis aid ta^ d 
Cox H%k ScbMd's March- 
ing Coopers Traopon. Ym, 
WttHm F. Propst Jr., age 
17. MBior at Cox W^S^o^ 
and iMler of the jm^msaioo 
s«ctt« for th«fflareUngMtt 
and encert bud. Mdl» aske 
is kaowB to Us M«pds, has 
iMf> ttt sectloB iMdf r lor 
tte past two rears aad as- 
M«taiitf 4u- the year h^tnt^ 
that. 

BUI Uvea at Greajt Heck 
Poii^ iritt Ms pareids, Mr. 
Dade Pr^^ airi Mrs. Ana 
C. Pr(96t. They are sot na- 
tive ai Tidewater hut are 
here as menbn^ <rf tte Ma- 
ral ^ ^tioo at Oceana, 
am has a dog gad a cat 
for pets at home. Sis cat 
deSattriy a one-oi-a-Und, 
and ugrone that has.evnrM- 
tered flie Pn^t home will 
Ittve to agree: no cat has 
the curloidty of this one. 

KU is one of the most 
veU-lUud studnts at Cox 
High School. Be is respected 
and lilted l^ everyooe thM 
comes into omtact withhia. 
Even rival bandnemben 
ant piereusioniit froa 
other schools thirit equalfy 
as high «rf kini. 

"BiUis verypredictablO, 
one of the most veO liked 
people at Cia. EvMTtlriag tai 
tiw bead revolves aroud Ua 
ai Cox." said Bill Pender- 
grass, percussion section 
leader fbr Princess Aaw 
R^Sc^oQl 

UU says hU MMes are 
readtaf, fencbig; and ]day- 
ing peroasioDs. As forper- 
he is rated as ttc 
■e timpani idayo- 
la Itdcw^- by maay. 

"r believe Bm to be the 
iMt percussionist to Tfait- 
«nt«- at tUs time: He wrote 
aU the music and moves fw 
the percussion section this 
year," said Carle Peake, 
fellow band member at Cox 
High. 



"Good" percnssloaist 
is not tt» word tor it. Mil 
is first chair timpsDi and 
snare drum in the regional 
band this y«ir. Re plays 
percussion In* the Tide - 
water Yoctt ^rmpho^- Bil- 
ly T. Co<q>er, Music Direc- 
tor for Cox High School rates 
him equally as h%hl BUI 
has been a member of school 
bands tor e^t y»rs. 



of their scho^ ^^mdly 
MnMgb ovttte stetettd have 
cMBie hone the victor mc»t 
tim^ than ^me Mto^ 
vmU like to renearitor. R 
has bMU s«M tte Cox H^h 
S(d»ol has tte biggest ''Ut- 
Oe" band In the state of 
VinEinia. 

Eveqrwie at Cta can t>e 
prwd df UUy T^ Cocker 
and his indents, they have 



"S^wf thing In ttm band n¥Ol¥BS 



around Mm at Cox.' 



The Cox marching band is 
one of the top competition 
unUs here at the Beach. 
They have carried Oe name 



done a remarkatrie Job for 
vahereathiwie. 

BUI Is an honor roll stu-' 
dent at Cox andhopMteepn- 




tii^ his etN^^ton after high 
mAxM and bMone an elec* 
trieal engineer. With the 
iTwi^ this jKMiig man has 
m^ since grade one-* 
averai^ A's lor 12 atralght 
yMPa^- a d^ree la en- 
giaeeMhc ^ould pose no 
intMens. 

We wish BUI all the luck 
in tbe WH-M in his future 
•edMV^, bid knowing BUI, 
he 1«VM nething to luck. 
Be nakM Us own breaki 
uid t^es advantage ofttem. 

Masie fans, remember, 
Ms weekend is time for the 
District Band Festivals. So 
mUa it a date to be at 
Lake Taylor High School ttils 
wedcead. 

And something else that 
has Just come to light is 
that VB are in for a Ug 
treat Uils sunimer. Pn>- 
iesslraial drum oen» vUl 
be comii^ to the Beach- The 
date for Uds event Is Mf 
7 at CM' High School. As 
BOTe lafornution b«»mes 
mrailable we wUl pass it on 
to you. This wUl be onee- 
vent that uqrone interested 
In marching beads or driU 
teams wlU oA want to miss. 

A special congratulatioa 
to all Baadi band ma^bers 
that nude state concert band 
and especially to MUce GU- 
bert for making first chair 
on the I^s Trombone in 
state tryoute. 

The Cavaliers at P.A. are 




BillPropst 



Pat^o: 1 ballova Bill to ba tha baat 
parcuaslonlat In TIdawatar at this tima, ' 



still holding their annual raf- 
fle, and there are stUl plen- 
ty of tickets for ttawe of 
yon who have not received 
yours yet. The prixes to be 
raffled off are; B/W TV 
set, a ham, |100 in groc- 
eries, a desk lamp, sever- 
al dinners for two, |50 in 
cash, several gift certifi- 
cates, and a CB railto. So 



if ymi are interested 
ciwtKt any member <[tUie 
Maedtoie CavalierB or uy 
mnaiber of OeparktoifaB- 
Ixatkxtt and they wfll^ ^mA 
to wrtte you a tidcet. Hie 
cost of the ttckete are one 
doUar each. 

Sae you at LiJw Taytor 
this wedread.u 



Napolitano elected 
to nat. builders post 




Frederick J NapolitaBO, 
chairmu (rf the board of 
PembnAe Realty and bsar- 
aace Agency Inc., and viee 
diairman of the board of tke 
Terry CorpcM^tioo, has beea 
dected duurmaa d the Ra- 
tional CoimcU of^he Hoos- 
Ing Industry in Wadtingtoa, 
D,C. 

The Nattonal CouacUof tte 
Bousing Industry (NCHI) is 
n organisation wUhin ttw 
Rational Association of Rome 
BttUders composed (A the 
nation's leadii^ suppUers of 
products and services to Rm» 
hisusing industry. RCB! ser- 
ves as a key communica- 
tions laison between manu- 
facturer and builder and with 
the leadership of HABB. The 
-^-RCHI, thru their exposure 
to q;>-to-date product infor- 
mation, are able to he^ bolM 
a more e^ctive housing in- 
dustry with an emjAasis on 
better homes. 

Mr. Napidlteno has pre- 
viously served die home 



building imtestry in many 
c^iaeities both locaUy and 
u^imally. He Is a past pre- 
sided and lifetime director 
oi the Tidewater BuUders 




Fred Napolitano 



AssoclatiM, a, lifetime 
director and former vice 
president of HAHB, aad a 
fimner president <rf the Home 
Balfalers Association <rf Vir- 
glida. 



Webb on 
dems list 

PaaeU Jean W^M), 1337 
darling a., Virginia Beach 
has been named to ttie Dean's 
List for the FaU Trimester 
at Fort Lewis College in 
Darango, Colorado, 

To be entered on the aca- 
d«ttlc faomr roU (m- dcM's 
Ust), a student must have 
ui accumulative grade point 
average between 3.4 and 4.0 
OB 14 houra (rf graded credit 
A 4.0 rqn-es«its a strait 
"A" la all academic sid> - 
jeete. 



Two Beach FVB 
bankers promoted 



The Imard irf directors <rf 
Ftnt VUfi^ Bank Ot TMe- 
vnter recently elected Betty 
H. Rady to ttte p(»ttton tA 
assistaat vice in^ideat aad 
Gm^dOB Cawer to the posi- 
tlM (rf bvridag c^cer. 

Ra^, a native of Itest 
Vtoi^ito, ^iteed tiie badi ta 
Ifgl nd has tM^redasMa- 
^Nr Q<tte FJMwawi's Road 
OMce ^ RorflEdk »d una 



First Vircteia Bank <rf 
Tidewater has total resoor- 
ces in excess <tf |150 mU- 
lioo aad operas 31 lH^n<^ 



ofllea in nine clt^ and 
coadies to southeasteia Vlr- 
glato. 



mi mtpat^Bm, First Vir- 
^ BnMaras Cetp. Rudy 
U.mnmm aaaafH- of toe 
I^e Heek MOM at Hit 
Tir^ato fci^' »«.. Vir- 



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Pick up a ccfpy 
of the SUN 

Get extra copies of the Virginia 
Beach SUN at the following list 
of fiewsstands located throughout 
the Virginia Bm^i area: 

^ Ocean Front 

%-U-BlrdaeckRd. 
PEOPLES-Laakto Rd. 
MEDCO-LaddaSd. 
7.11-»BdSt 

FIRiSI^ BOdCSTORE-Padfle Ave. 
MASUBI MOTEL-Sttt St. aad AUaattc 
CAVALIER MOTEL-Oeeaa Front 
HOLIIUlT oni-S4to aad Attaatte 
HOWARD ^HmsOR'S - Oeeaa Froat 
fflBUTM-OMaa Proat 
DIGRAM'S PBARMACY-i4to St. 
ROLBIAT nni-ISto St. aad AOaatic 
POST O rnCE -ISto St. aad AUaaUc 
REWS CEHTOE-Oeoaa Froat 
BARB'S raARMACT-AUntte Ave. 
HILTOR nni-Aflaiti»Ave. 
RAMAOA am-Attaatle Ave. 
SCHOmER MOTEi-Padfie Avenue 
..^.HOUDAY Dm TRAVEL PARK-GM.Beoto Blvd 

Court Hoii8« Araa 

KELLAM a EATOR 

Kamptvllla Area 

KEMQMVILLE PHARMACY 
PARM PRESR-Kempsvttle 

NorfoMc-Va. Beach Lhie 

HORFOLK AIRPORT 

LAKE WSKiflT MOTEL-Norlhafflptoa Blvd. 

7-11-RtfterRd. 

HOLDAT DtV-Rorthaaptoa Blvd. 

BayeicleArea 

RAVT U»G8-LltUe Creek Um» 
RAVY RESTAimANT-Litde C^k Base 
BATSDE MARMACY ' 

PIK>PtES-ll^ood 8iM9 Ceater 
REVOa-Peittrolw Ma^ows n^f Ceater 
PEOPLQ-Paatedca Matt 

naza Area 

7-11 - Beam Rd. 

7-U - LjaalhorM Rd. CTUMi 

7-11 -Klap Great 

7-ll-LyB*aveaM. 

BELO'S - SMrtk Plasa TraU 

7-U - SoiM Plasa frafl (Mnr ItorarjO 

7-li- HHad Rd. 

Jt. fUOaqET - Lyaahavea Rd. (Mlal Mdl) 

Yn)PLES - Ptoai Step CeMa- 

LoMlon BrMge ATM 

VBOMfr MACH WmtAL 
7-11 -M Qlorid ttfi (toop) 

nsnM - Ruusf itep^K^ 

■UMVraARMCT 

IT CARD . I^Mp Asp Caatw 

HWt^Area 



I^HNX'S tsm -ymm ana^ Araa 

f'li ^ fiVMrt Itatt ttk PNC L«dMi ftrl4p^, 

1-11 wSMMiMiflk mm cn .^ 



Fifth Naval District head- 
qurters tax releawHl the re- 
sults qA a yMrty sur- 
vey lowing the IfTliih^d 
of Ravy-CMMcted person- 
art vithto a SO mUe ndlus 
tflforfOk. 

f%e wn^, which iMlnd- 
ad a tNrMHhwtt <rfdlstrflm- 
ttM (rf f^nl impact fuids 
to Tidewater cities, slMwed 
a 1^ in thme impact funds 
to toe city of Vlrginto 

to '197S, W,n% of the 
S9,S00 studwta atteadii* 



school in Vi^inia Beach 
iHtN^ tte city a total (rf 
N.4SS,8l6. to 1916 tte num- 
ber of stwtato t^eraUy ^ 
^Nt^td. iMreaoed to 
^,45S to the Beach dty, 
bringii^ |4,82«,562 (tol- 
tors toto toe dty octftofs- 
B^ Vlrginto Bwch nd 
CNuiapcike were Um Mty 
two Tidewater cities show- 
ing an tocrease in tte num- 
ber of stode^ fedenUy cm- 
iw^d. The ^rtooMutottrtal 
ttecltoed sUghtly, and toe 
Norfcdk total (toelined signi- 



fittntly, almost 1300. 

The surv^ did wrt liiA 
Vtat naabn- tsit Ka^ Mdlbrr 
iae CoinH fflemtvrs.botoac'- 
ttve and rottred, ^ city, 
howwrer, tte toUri aanaal 
savroU (rf aU aaral adit^- 
Un, toctaiHag di^iai em- 
Itoyeea, was more ttin |l 
bUIioa. For goods vaA ser- 
vices, the Nat^ says R ^mt 
aa adiWIonal 11.^ bUUon. 
and toe painrdU e^ toone 
en^yOes usl% ncn-appro- 
prtoted tonds vns |20.l mU- 

UOB. 



Virginia Beach 
Public Notices 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

to toe Clark's OBi/ca <rf toe 

Circuit Coort of the City 

or Vlr^ito B«di^ Va..^ 

tke 4to^y of March, 1977. 

Lods ^ward Taylor, 

Blatottff. 

agitost 

Beatrice P. Taylor, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
to to obtoto a divorce a 
mensa etttont^ to be mer- 
ged into a div(»^ a vto- 
ealo matrimonii from the 
aaid defendant, vsgaa the 
grounds of desiirtim. 

And an affidavit having 
beta made and filed that 
tba (Mendairt to a aon-re- 
aident of toeStotootVlr- 
gintoi the last taiown post 
office address being: 15P 
Forest Street, Manchester, 
Coon., 060M It Is ordered 
toat she do qipMtr Iwre 
withto ten (10) days after 
doe puWcanon hereof, and 
do what may he necessary 
to prded her toterest In 
tois suit. 

A 0(^-T«to: Jdm V. 
Fentreas 

By: PikttiA.Keenelttn,D.C. 
Ketoerg a ChUdress 
533 Rewtown Road 
Virginto Beach. VA 23462 

VB8S/9, 3/16,3/23.3/30 

^ I ^ ,. 

^^"**"^-6teR "^ "' "' 

vmciftiA: m ' THE 

CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COVR OF TH£ 
CfTY OF VIRGmiABEACH 
OK THE 4TH DAY OF 
MARCH. 1977. 
to re: Adoptton of Leigh 

Anne Jendngs 

By: Ernest B. Bowman, 

Jr. and Peggy I, Bowman 

Petitioner^ 

To: Charles D. Loroey 

Califomto 

to Chancery 

#C-7?-202 
Tlito day came Era^t H. 
Slov/man, Jr. and Peggy I. 
Bowman, Petitioners, and 
rq»>es9nted toat the d>]ect 
of tUs proeeedtog Is to ef- 
tect the adoptton of toe 
agm nmea tofant (s), 
L«^ 4nie Jenntogs. ^r 
EiTMst 8. Bowman, Jr. ud 
Paggy 1. Bowman, husband 
aad wito, and aftUavitiav- 
lag been mai(te and filed that 
Oarltt D. Looney, a na- 
tmral parent ol said chUd 
to a non-rMfdieat of the 
SM« of Virgtola. toe last 
imown post office address 
bdng: smnevhere to Call- 
fonda it to therefore Or- 
dered that toe said Charles 
D. Looney appear before 



thto Court wittdn ten (10) 

d^ after paMlatton of 

tida ^^aadindtettehis/ 

bar lAtttadettnnrdthepro- 

poaad adaetton, (»-<^r - 

wiae dok-wt to necesisary 

to proted hto toterest to 

thtonatta*. 

A co^ tMte: John V, 

Faiftren, Clerk 

1^: J. Cartis Fralt, D.C. 

Stetogold, 8tdl«dd A 

FrleAnaa 

im Valtod Virgtoto Bank 

ttAiRi« 

Vorfbik. Virglda 

VBS8/9, VW. 8/23, 8/30 



oasm m pubi^atxw 

to toe Clerk's Office al the 
Circuit Cfm% of toe Oty 
(rf ViifUa B^h, Vs., on 
Hw 3rd m of ttnb, mi. 
Gufile^acMi Mto. 

a^toirt 

QtAt^ MXbim talto, 

0^»|d^. 

neo^dofthto«ttls 
to obtoto a tfwwve a iMn- 
cnlo matrimonii from the 
said defHidhM, ivoa the 
gnaads^ssfaratlonfor 
owre than one yaar. 

And an affidavtt htvii« 
baaa aade aad filed that 
the defendant is a aca'^re- 
aMaat of the StoteofVlr 
giato, the last kaowa 
office addrea s 



Hlghwi^ 80 West, Jackson, 

MissiMlp^ it to ordered 

tiat Re do ipfwar here 

wttoto tea (10) ^ys after 

due piddtoatira tonof . and 

do wlat may be aeeesnry 

to proted his toterest to 

totosmt. 

A c(q>y-T^e: John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Ke«ehan,D.C. 

Morton VvWhittow 

P.O. Box 968 

Portomooto, Vt. 237(ffi 

VBS 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30 



xelwood, MissooH^ 631« 
It is entered toat die do 
apfiar here vHhto ten (10) 
di^s after dae p^Atefka 
hereof, aad do what maybe 
itec^isary to p^ed her 
toterest to toto sdt. 
A c<9y-T«rte: Jotai V. 
Fodress 

By: PattiA.Kea>ehaa,D.C. 
Gay E. Mllltts. Jr. 
524 todepradeoce Blvd. 
Virgtoto Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS 3/9, 3/16, 3/23, 3/30 



ORDER 
VHtmNU: m THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCtnT COURT OF THE 
CfTY OF VntGOflA BEACH 
OR THE 8ad DAY OF 
MARCH. 1977. 
to re: Adiq^kin d Lisa Lee 
Craanore, an inf^t 
By: Robert Carl yidd and 
. Barlara Lee Pritchett Mil- 
ter Cnnmore Viofal, 
Pettticaers 

To: Mr. Robert Midiael 
^nuamore 
I Hilltop BtHilevard 
i Beach. New 



Jersey 



to Chancery 

#77-267 

day can^'^ltobiif 



Thto 
Carl VIohl 
Lee Pritchett : 
more Viohl, PetitioiKrs. 
and repr^Mited that toe 
objed of this proceeding 
to to effed tte adiqiticm 
<A toe above named infknt 
Lisa Lee Crahmore. by 
Robert Carl Viohl and Bar- 
bara Lee Pritchett MUler 
Cnuimore Viohl. husband 
aal wile, and affidavit hav- 
ing bec» macteand filed that 
Robert Ml^aelCranmore, 
a aataral parent of said 
ddld. to a non-resident of 
toe Stole of Virginto, toe 



tost known post (rffice add- 
ress being: 209 HiUtop 
Boulevard, CUfi wood 
Beach, New Jersey R is 
toerefon Ordered toat tia 
aid Robert Mida^Craa- 
more appear before this 
Court withto ten (10) days . 
after pubUcation of this Or- 
der andialicate his atti- 
tude toward toe proposed 
adoptioo. or otoerwise do 



vrtat is necessary to pro- 
tect his toterest in toto 
matier. 

A topf tester John V. 
Fratress, Clert v. 

By: Patti A. KennehanD.C.^ 
Sfato^ toicks 
Suite 508, Plaza One 
Nortoto, Va. 23S10 

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ORDER OF PUBUtATION 

to toe Clerk's Ofttce of Uie 

Circuit Court d the City 

of Virgtoto Beaeh, Va., on 

the 2ad day of March, 1977. 

Joyce C. Avery, 

Ptototiff, 

uainst 

williamfi. Avery. Jr.. 

Defendant. 

The obJed of this suit 
to to obtoto a divorce a 
vinculo matrlmoatt ^om 
the saM ddendant upon the 
grounds of one (1) ynr 
WBl^BBiam separaUoe (No- 
toatt)Sedloo 20-91 (a)(1) 
Code of Vlrginto, \m, as 
amaided. 
taA U'^affidavit having 
^to|lHdH^ and fUed thiU 
^fite' (HHHSnt to a non-re- 
meA of the Stole of Vir- 
ginto, the last known post 
office address being: Cpl. 
WUltom H. Avery, Jr.. 328- 
50-2527. H 3/10 2nd Mar- 
toe OivisiM. CampLeiune, 
North CaroUna 28540 it to 
(nxlered that he do appear 
here withto ten (10) days 
after toa pubUcatum here- 
of, aad do itoat may be ne- 
cessary to prded histra 
cessary to ptotect hto 
Interest to Uds salt. 
A «9y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. KeeaehanD.C. 
Natoanlel J. Cohen 
P.O. Office Box 573 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
Virginto Beach, Va. 23451 

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(HtDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tiw Clett's Office of toe 

CUxott Cowt erf toe City 

of Virgtoto Beacti, Vs., on 

tia 2nd day i^March, 1977. 

CalVto StMd^ S«m, Jr. 

Ptotottfl, 

a^Unst 

Monica Aim &ott, 

D^aidaM. 

llaobieddtolssultto 
to obbda a dvorce a an- 
sa d thwo to be later 
BMrged toto a divoitie a 
vtot^to aatilao^ qua 
pr^er i^pUatioa and at 
fjpopw- ttntefttMu toe WW 
<toRtodant. qNMthegroaads 
ofdtesertoa. 

And IB affiitovU teviia 
b«« a^e ladfUadthattoe 
#iHdaat ttaaga-rMdairt 
c<the«Me«(VlrgMa.the 
toMteHnpodofflM^d- 
raw b^ag: e/oM«^»Me- 
^rs, 2M Avaat Mini. Ra- 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tia Clerk's Office of tia 

Circuit Court of toe City 

of Vlrginto Beach, Va., on 

the 2M day of March, 1977. 

SheUa^ L. Cari^GO Kbto.^ 

Plaiatifi, 

agaiast 

Stqihoi Edmrd Ktok, 

D^eadaat. 

The dijed of ttds stdt 
to to d>toto a dlv<taree a 
vtoculo aatirtoaoUl Iran 
tla said ddeadutt. quo 
the grdmds of 1 year ae- 
jparattcn (no-touU), See- 
tioa 20^91 (9) (a) Code of 
Virgtoto IKO. 

And an iffi^vlt lattog 
beai made ndffiedtoatCte 
(tofmtoit to a aM-r«ikl«t 
of tia Stole of VIrgiato, 
the last tamwB post office 
address bdng: c/oDoaaU 
lUKa, LoiqpiMte Road. 
Mbttooes TraUer PMt. 
Chnwldi, PeaNytvaatott 
to ordered tlat he te i^h 
pMr here wMto \m (W) 
days after im pMbcatta 
h»«(rf, Hd dotritot^r 
be WK;«aary to proted 
his liMr^it to this sitt. 
A e^.Tede: Jda V. 
P^dma 

By: PMiA,bondaB.D.C. 
Mttedri J^ Cdm 
P.O. B<«578 ^ ! 

aMa 301 aaeb tower 

tm Pa^lC AVMM 

Vifi^ Beach. Va. t8«l 
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■eat 
fttl 



TAKE NOTICE, Uat on AprU 1. 1977, at 2:00 p.m., 
at the traatoes of Empire Ante Glass A Upiidatacy, 
lac.. S3V2-F Vlfftoto Beadi Boatotatd. Vlrftoto Baaeh. 
VIrgiato, the laderaigaed Mil aaU at pnUic tadtoa, 
for cash, reserving unto ittalf the right to bid, the 
foUowtag motor vehicle: 1961 Chevrolet, htontifieattOD 
No. SU47B18463«. 



%f% It 



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Virgtaii B«di Son, Marek I, IVn - A-t 



t»DER OP PUBUCAtlON 



^SSiJI'^J'' ^^ CLERK'S OFFICE OF CIRCUIT 
^RHfLCPJ^Ji*^ CITY OPVIRGINUBEACHOHTHE 
MTH PAY OF FEBRUARY, Ur? 
DOROTHY BURGESS, 

F^Btttt 

:vs. 

^CATHERIN^ QOATTRONE 
190 Slevtrt Street 
Welch, West Virginia 2«01 

-LINDA CROUCH 
yt\ Crescent Drive 

pntom, North Carolina 27253 
,Md 
1DEB0RAH GATES JONES 

Virginia Avenue . 

Welch, West VirgiBia 24801, 

Defendants 

IN CHANCERY NO C77-245 

Th^ object of this suit is to ^rtition in «» of tte 
mode* prescrll*d by law certain rral estate sltttted 
in th» City <tf Virginia Beach, Virflnia of wMcl Mtt 
Gates (also sometimes known as John Geczi) died, 
seized and possessed ami descrfl>ed as follows: ^ 

All that certain tract, piece or parcel ctf laad, 
-f ' , " • 

situated in Blackwater Magisterial Mstrict in 
the City of Virginia Beach, in the ^ate of Vir- 
*- 'l^rta ®»taiBiag 1^ (5(« acres, ««» or U«Si 
being a part of Subdivision "F", of the plat ot te 
Hfllary E. Simmou land, duly oi record la tfie 
Clerk's (Mice of the Circuit CtMrt of Viiflaia 
Beitii. in Hap Book Z, page 23, and boiiadedaad 
dMcribed as follows: 

Begiming at the Southust comer of tbe bod 
oottveyed Iqr Mike Holcier and wife to JotaB V«>- 
dovics, by deed dated April 8, 1914, and My 
reo)rded in the Cleric's Office of the Circuit Court 
ot VitgMA B^di. Virginia in Deed Book 93, 
page 219, and running thence along tto Eastern 
line of said JtAn Vay<tovics N. Z degrees E. 
4888.0 feet, crossing the road in commw tiiroogh 
the said Simmons tract, to a stake in the line 
of the land now or formerly Ives; thence ak»g 
the land now or formerly Ives N. 57 degrees Si' 



E. 70.0 feet to a sweet gum, N. 4S degreea 81' 
E. 184.8 feet to a sweet gum, head of brandi, 
N. 36 degrees 21' E. 161.7 fM to an elm. N. 
S3 degrees 06' E. 130.7 feet to a black gum, if. 
28 degrees 51 feet E. 141.Z feet to an ash, H. 
4 degrees 36' E/ 140.6 feet to aa ash, N. 7 de- 
grees 51' E. 1IK.00 fe^ to an ash, aod N. 40 de- 
grees 06' E. 35,9 fbet to a stake in the line (rf 
the land conveytfl by Mflce Hdczer and wifie to 
Frank Lukacs by deed dated June 24, 1914; thOMe 
almig Ihe s4id land of Frank Lukacs S. 2 degrees 
, 28' W. 5672.0 feet, recnttsing the said road in 
cotnmrai, to the land of Efel Karaly (formeriy 
Ansell); aod thence along the land of Etel Karaly 
S. 87 degrees 51' W. 430 feet to the p<»iit of be^ 
giwpjng 

And it appearing flom -Affidavit in due from of 
law BOW filed that the below named deCnidants are not 
resideats of the State of Virginia and that ttiere last 
fit f^ kootnimst office addresses are as follows: 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



K- 



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-«o. c .. •nK12t^fiiy^Mi\ti^!i,^^f:^ 

Mrs. Linda Crouch .',* 

21 Crescent Drive 

Grabam, North Carolina 27253 

Mrs. Deborah Gates JcAns 

Virginia Aveme 

Welch, West Virginia 24801 



, Vpc^ consideratlcm whereof, it is herelqr 

; , CWDERED that the saU Catherine QualtroAe. Linda 
Croudi, and Deborah Gates Jtdms do anear here within 
. ten (10) days after Aie publication of this Order ud do 
what is necessary to protect Uieir reqiective interest 
bM^, and it is further Ordered that this Order be 
pidkUshed in the Virginia Beach Sun— News once a mek 
for four (4) c<msecutive weeks. 

i KELLAM, PICKRELL t LAWLER 

(JosejA J. Lawler) 
u mo First ft Merchants National 

Buk Building 

NorfoRc. Virginia 23510 



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r NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 
Virginia: 
_^.Tbe rw ^l ar meeting (d the CouncU d toe City <tf Vir- 
ginia Beach will be held In the CWUKHI tSaiBbaps of 
tbe Administration ^lilding. City Hail, Princess Anne 
Stati(», Virginia Beach, Vin;inia, on Monday, Man^ 21, 

li 1977, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the following applica- 
^ ttoos will be l^rd: 
1 AMElOttfENTS: 
vft. McHaa of the Planning CommissioD of Uie City of 

- Virgtofa Beadi to aawmd aod reordaln Article 8 of tbe 
Cnaprelifflsive Zt^iag Ordtaanace pertoiitfag to Use 

}< Regdatiais for Out<k>or Recreatimial Facilities . More de- 
tailed information is available in the Dqiartment(rf Plan- 

3. Ding. . 

*:Z.. MotioB of tte Planning Commission (d the Ctty ctf 

it Vl^afti Beach to aowid aod reordato Article 4 ol the 
} CMVPriMaisive Zoning Ortfnaee perto^ing to Use 

4 ItoiuiaUws tor outdoor RecreaUonl. FacUitiM. More 

i> Mtfed information is arailable in the Departm^ of 

! Planitfag. 

* S. Motkn of the Planoiag Commisskm (tf tbe City ot 

I Virgiida Beach to amwd aod reordala Article 5 of the 
Cm^preb^ve Z<»ii« 0rdtoaa4» partaiiring to Use 

ff-BapdiAtoes fca- Outdoor Reo^tional ndUties. More 

zf- dotted' information is aindlable in the Dqiarta^ ol 

r.jPlaniigi 

i- 4. U<AUm tf tte Plauiing Comraissim o< Oie Cl^ oi 

- VlriNa Beach to amad and rmrteto Artole 6 c( the 
'iOuafftiteatm Z«ai% Ordliuuicf,.p«rMMsg. to U^ 

l^gi^ittoM for OiMoor Recmtfodal F^Uttes. More 
.' di^iM JnformatiMi is araUable in Hie DqurtmM ot 
Plaratag. 

5. Motitoa at the Plaani^ Commissioa <d tte City of 
Virti fff j itt«at to amwd and reordain Article 7 erf the 
Cmm0mtin Zsa^m Ortfnmce perteiaiw to Use 
I flagS^as fm* Oridoor Reoeatifliial FadUttes liore 
Veiled WtHrmattn i« awildile in ^ D^artmMt of 
tv naitatag. 
$ l^toa tf toe manning OimAlsstoB of tie C^ of 
^rgft^ te^ to unwd and nto^ AitMe 9 of tt» 
CoiW«li^rtiw ZMtag (Mtaam pi^Mriig to Vm 
MgeUtous tor Q^dow ^emttontt Pi^^». Mora 
Ma^ad i^nntiott is awUaUe in the Departm^ at 

PlM^hg. 

7. Ito^ ^ ^ Pla^tag C<mnte^oa id tte Cth* of 
Vli^afa BeaAtoa^mdandrM^rittiArtlelet,SKn» 
1^, (d Mm CMi^efewsive ZmOng OrdiaaMe mrtaUlag 
,^Wii^msmr9umnMmm. lftve«MMM9r«a- 
ttna to amMte M ite D^artmot tf ^MHttg. 
nAanlJ.W^ibon 
C^Clerit 

mm « 



iii 



ORDER 
Vm(^Mi IN THE 
CLEWS OFFICE OF THE 

ciwwrr COURT of the 

CITY OF VfRGWU BEACH 
ON THE 2ND DAY OF 
MARCH, 1977 
In re: Aias/Om ot Klm- 
berly France Wheeler and 
(diange of namatoXimberly 
Fraa^ Brown 
Bf: Inf Nebran Brown A 
Candytt Wren Rrown, 
PelMtners _ 
To: KMyon Bart(» 
\X^eeIer 

400 E, 3i^ Avenue, Box 48, 
Red ^^inga, North Caro- 
lina »m 

In Ctancery 

C-77-235 
This dby came JveyNel- 
soB,.^tnin wdl^Canilyn 
WrMi BrOwa; MttloAers, 
aod rayr^rated toat tbe 
Ol^et of ttdarpro<»edingis 
to tllKt tte ad(«itt(m of the 
tibtfM aiDDnd tottnt Kim- 
berij FraacM Wheeler, by 
Iti^ Rd«» Brova and 
Canriya Wrena Brown, 
h^iaad and wife, aod af- 
fUarit hariag been made 
and filed ttat Kray(» Bar: 
ton Wheeler, a aatural par- 
ent id said diild, is a 
noD-residrat of the State 
(d Virfioia, tbe last known 
post office address being: 
400 E 3rd Avenue, Box 
48, Red Springs, Norffi 
Candina 28377 It is tbere- 
U»e Ordered flat the said 
Keaffm Bartoi Wheeler ap- 
pear befcn-e this Court 
withto ten (10) days after 
piridlcation of tUs Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tipD> or otoerwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
latere^ in this matter. 
A cofqr teste: Jdm V. 
Feutress, Clerk 
By: Pitti A. Keenehan ^, 
Aootbony F. Radd ' 

1240 Virginia National 
Baidc Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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ADJUDGED. ORDERED 
AND DECREED that the 
Vta^^oniiKd , Kay Collier 
OrewiM igpcttT More this 
Court wtthU Mt(10)days 
tf er (toe prt^»ttonaf this 
Order and vmht the com - 
Naint or sttfe gnMOds of 
(d' defose ttei^o, or 
otherwise do irtiit is ne- 
cesMry to protect her in- 
■^toresto tor^; lad it is 
ftnther. 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED 
AND D^mEED ttiat this 
Chtier be published to the 
Virgintt Aeach Smi, a 
orvqiaper Noting g«ieral 
dr^ulatimi to the Virgiaia 
Beach area for a period 
of one (1) time each we^ 
for four (4) coBsecuHye 
weeks. 
EHTERi 

H.L. Lam, Judge 
A cq;>y-tMte: John V. 
Fmtress 

James R. Mdtoiry 
Beach Towers 
3380 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Bea<di, Virginia 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CmCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITT OF VlRGINtt BEACH 
ON THE 2ND DAY OF 
MARCH, IVfl. 
In re: Aofntionr of Jeffrey 
Date MiUer, Widlaqt , 
By: Robert Carl Vidhl and 
Barbara LeePritcbettlto- 
ler Cranmore Viohl 
Petitioners 

To: Mr: Alfred Dale MU- 
ler 

2006 Washington Av«iue 
Des Moines, Iowa 

lo Chancery 

#77^267 
Tbto day camie Robert 
Carl VioU and Barbara 
Lee PHtcbel;t MillerCran- 
mOTe Viohl, Petitioners, 
aod r^resented toat the 
ol^ect of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoptlbn of 
the above named infant, 
Jeffrey Dale MiUer, by Ro- 
bert Carl Viohl aod Bar- 
bara Lee Pritcbett Miller 
Cramnore ^rfil, husband 
vife, ukd aflidarit Ipving 
beoi made and filed that 
iUfired Dale Miller, a da- 
tntal parrat of said chiU, 
is a noB-resUent of the 
State of ViitiBia, the last 
known p(^ office address 
beii«:i906Wtshtogtan 
Aveone, Des Motoes, Iowa 
R to ther^re Ordered 
that the said Alfred Dale 
MBler apiiear before 'this 
Court wWUn ten (10) days 
after pddieation td this 
On» uid Indicate his/her 
attttnto toward the |»o- 
posed adoptteo, or otoer- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest to 
M» DMttor. 

A ^6m teste: John V. 
Fefi^, aerfc 
%ix Patti A. Ke«ehanD.C. 
SidneySadcs 
Suite 508 Plaza One 
Itorfolk. Va. 23510 

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ORSSSL OF PUBUCATKBf 
VflKHNIAr 

b ^ Circntt Court of the 
Cfty ot Virgtoia Beach 00 
aMiBdDayofltereh,1977 
ThMiaa AUred Ih^wett, 
C<»plainaM, 
. V. 

lti9 Collier ihrew^, 
R«qi(»iteot. 
la Cteneery No. C-77-73 

THIS CAUSE came 00 
OA day »1K1Mirrai Om 
Afil&vit of James R. He- 
%mgi, eauMel for toe 
Cm^tatoaM; and toe mA- 
tor «u atfMd tor tammA. 

ITAPI^ARlNGTO'nE 
JOURT ttmt Kay ColMv 
ni%wett, Mi^tailkBQM 
po^ «We« adAr^a wm 
4109 AuMb Laoe, Vlri^tti 
Beach, Vtr^aia, does lot 
r^te to ttt C^aMM - 
«taMi<rf^^;aid 

ff nnfnmAppEAR- 

niG TO THE aWRT flW 
Hi ftMw for toe toanta- 
ol ^1 jrsiH^ IV ^|a- 
^1 cwiHartflBW las 

been ffled* tt to. toM*^ 
ton. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

U the Clerk's Office of tlfie 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

toe 28to di^ of February, 

1977, 

GarlaodCody, 

Platotifl, 

against 

UUie Wayne Cody, 

Defendant. 

The object of tbto suit 
is to obtato a divorbe a 



vincuto matrimonii from 
tbe iald defendant, qxm 
the igrounds of (»e year, 
s^ratton. 

And an affidavit having 
been made aadfiledtluttoe 
defendant to a non-resident 
of the Stote of Virginia, 
the la^ idiowqpest office 

address being: Rox lis, / 
Somerset. Texas^ 23452 it 
to ordered that she do x^ 
pear here irtthto ten (10) 
days after daesiaiblieat' 



necessary to 'pi 

I her -Ijtereat ■ ;i» Ms ^vik 

A a^Terfe: Jdm V. 

- Fentress 

^By: PattiA.Kel&ehan,D.C. 

«CalvtoH. Childress 
ftiitelOl 
533 Newtown Road 

'Virginto Beach, VA 23462 

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C«OER OrPUBUCATION 

to the Cleric's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 28to day of February, 

1977. 

Luther Earl Ives, Jr., 

Platotitf, 

against 

Robto Lynn Ives, 

Defendant. 

Tbe object of this suit 
to to obtato a divorra a 
mmsa et thoro to Iw later 
merged into a divorM a 
vinculo matrimoali from 
the said defeodent, mon 
the grounds (d desertton. 

And an affidavit havttg 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sktat of tte Stote of Virr 
giida, the last known post 
office address being: 90 
Crestwood Drive, Moores- 
ville, todiana, 46158 it to 
ordered that she do ai^ear 
here withto ten (10) days 
after due publlcatira here- 
of, aod do what may be ne- 
cemarv to protect her to- 
terMt in tbto suit. 
A eopy-teste: iidm V. 
FenlnMs 

Ehr: Mm A. Keenehan, D.C. 
Iwodore A. Boyce 
150 N. Plaza TraU 
Virginto Beach, VA 23452 

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OaXitSL OF PUBLICATION 

to the Clerk's CMfice of the 

Cirertt Court of the City 

<d Virginto Beach, VA, on 

tbe ^ day of F^^nary, 

1977. 

Car(d Jun Streckfus Keo- 

ser, 

PlaliUfl, 

againat 

Fred WayM Keaser, 

IMmiuit. 

ne object ctf tbto suit 
to to obtoto a divorce a 
vtMsdo auMalenit frtun 
the 11I1I (Icfaiitint. upnntbff 
groands 4oobe ;i^ar 
^aimtiim. 

Afld aa afMavit iavtog 
beoi mwto and filed ttoS 
toe Mta^M to a noa*re- 
^deatflf toe^toofVlr- 
ffiikk, toe IM towwi pMt 
ottefr a ite itt Ji^g^Jftw- 
Un, mmm tt toorM*- 
ed Ml ha do vpear here 
«^i ton (16) days after 
«Be|MMto^»teeef.lMd 
do iMtt fua M na^Hary 
to i^roMH Wft M«r«M to 
ttttMt. 



A WW-Teste: i<M V. 

FeMress 

By; MtU A. Keenetom. D.C. 

T^water Legal AUh 

Sortety 

147 Granby Street, Office 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

Is the Clerk's (Wee of toe 

Circuit Court <d the City 

id Virgiiaa Beaeh. VA., on 

t|« 28th day of February, 

1977. 

Ibrgaret Marie Mason 

toag, 
Plaintiff, 
agatoirt 
James Long, 
Defeo^mt. 

The (AJect of tbto suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vincuto matrimonii from 
tbe said defendant, upon 
tbe groifflds of one year 
sqiaration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and .filed that 
tbe defendant to a non-re- 
sident of toe Stote of Vir- 
ginto, toe last known post 
office address being: New 
Yori[ Stote it to ordered 
that he do i4)pear here wito- 
in ten (10) days after due 
publicatton hereto, aod do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest to this 
suit. 

A coiqr-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Bv: Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 
The Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street, Office 
350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION* 

to the Clerk's Office of 

tbe Circuit Court of toe 

City of Virginia Beach, VA, 

(m the 28to day of February, 

1977. 

Kathertoe Jo McDaniel 

Young, f 

Platotiff, 

against 

Lucky D. Young, - - ~ 

is |p (Obtain iadivdrce 
vinculo matrimtmii from 
toe said defendant, iqxm 
toe grounds of one year 
sqnration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
toe defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the Stote of Vir- 
ginto, toe last known post 
office address being: 
Swartz Cntk, Micbif^ it 
is ordered that he do appear 
here withto t«i (10) days 
aftor due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest to tois suit. 
A eopy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Patti k. Keenehan 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street, Office 
350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to toe Clerk's Office of toe 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, on toe 

16to day of February, 1977 

Cheryl Elizabeth Morris 

WaUs, 

PlainUfl, 

ai^nst 

Ridky Jo Walls, 

Defendant. 

The ol^ect of this suit is 
to obtoto a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
sato defendant, upon toe 
gnninds of one year 
s^araticm. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that toe 
defendant to a non-resident 
of the stote of Virginto, 
the last known post office 
address being: PSC«1237, 
Charleston AFB, Stwto 
Carolina it to ordered that 
he 6a ai^ear here witlito 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
pnrtect his interest in tbto 
suit. 

A c(W-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By J. Curtiss Fruit, De- 
inity cleric 

tidewater Legal Aid 
Socl^ 

147 Graaby Street 
IfofMh, Virgtoto 

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ft „ 

OHQER 
mifinto: to tte Clot'a 
QtBm ct toe CU^i Coffil 
Of, the City ol Vlr^^ 
MftA, (« toe tM day of 
fa|«ari,1977. 
la <M: JHHtfoB of ^Aran 

«l lameHStevM Arfinu- 



By: JiAa HototerandBreo- 

da J. Hototer 

Pe^onera 

To: Artour T. BaidtsWirter 

ndHifrd Ar^, P.O. Box 

SiKWaahingtoBvUto. Pa. 

17884 

to Chaacery 

C-77-135 
1^ (toy came J<^ 
Holster and Brenda J. Hol- 
ster, PetltitHien, and re- 
preseirted tost tbe object 
of this proceeding to to ef- 
fect the addition of the 
above named infant, Steven 
Artour Banks, Iqr John Hol- 
ster he&i nwto and filed 
that Arthur T. Bairits, a 
natural pariat of aaid child 
(r«i), is a ncm-resident of 
toe ^te (^ Virginto, the 
last known ptwt <dRce add- 
ress bdag: Water and 
Third Street, P.O. Box 58, 
Washii^tonvflle, Pennsy - 
Ivanto 17884 tt to toere- 



fore Ordered that the said 
Arthur T. Banks 49ear 
before tbto Court witbtofta 
(10) days after publicatioo 
of tois Order and indicate 
hto attitude towardthe pro- 
posed adopfion, orotoer- 
wise do what is necessary 
to prefect hto toterest to 
tbto matter. 

A copf teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
William L. Peridns, m 
First ft Merchanto Nat'I 
BankBIdg. 
P.O. Box 3291 
Norfolk, VA 23514 

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ORDER 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 16 DAY 
OF FEB., 1977 
In re: Adoption of Brian 
Edward Lewis and Donna 
Lynn Lewis 

By: Lemuel David Fox- 
well and Doris Brady 
Foxwell 
Petitioners 

To: Mr. Larry Browne 
Lewis _^-„„ 

Route 1, Box 312 
Blounts Creek, North 
Carolina 



r IliChancery s. ^ 
- #C76-2006 -,:- 

;' ORDER > £ 

This day came Lemuel 
David Foxwell and Doris 
Brady Foxwell, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
toe object of tois proceed- 
ing is to effect toe ad(q>ti(Hi 
of the above named infant 
(s), Brian Edward Lewis 
and Donna Lynn Lewis, by 
Lemuel David Foxwell and 
Doris Brady Foxwell, hus- 
band and wife, and affi- 
davit having been made and 
filed that Larry Browne 
Lewis, a natural parent of 
said child (ren), is a non- 
resident of toe stote of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Route 
1, Box 312, Blounts Creek, 
North Carolina It is there- 
fore Ordered that the said 
Larry Browne Lewis 
appear before tois Court 
witoin ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his/her atti- 
tude toward toe pr(q)osed 
adoption, or otherwise do 
what is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 

A Copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C 
Thomas C. Broyles 
Broyles ft Gorry 
Pacific Avenue at 35to 
Street 

Virginia Beach, Va. 
23451 

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^ ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

toe Circuit Court of toe 

City <d virginto B^ch, on 

toe (by of FebnAry,1977 

Betty McDonough Siemer 

PUintiff, 

a^aiast. 

Richard M. Siemer, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to otrtain a divorce a 
vtoculo matrimonii from 
toe said (tofendant, ^xm 
tbe groimds of cme yi^r 
sQiaHttoB. 

And an aflMivit totvlag 
been made mm! filed m^ 
toe itetendaal to a »m-re- 
sMert ^ toe stote <d Vir- 
ginto, toe tost lAowB port 
offi(% Mhfress NHag: »M 
N. E. ISSto Lane, Nocto 
Mtorai Beach. Florfda tt 
to mderadtetbedo^fcar 
bare wtttda tm (10) te^a 
after te pMieattoatere- 
(rf, and do what mqp be m- 
eessanr to prefect his to- 
ter^ to toto Mil. 
A ^w-teste: J(dp V. 
F^tTMS, CTerk 



By: Path A. Keenehan, De- 

prty. Clerk 

Bnqrles, Gorry, Moore ft 

Brydges 

P.O. Box 626 

Virginia Beach, Virginto 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Uie Clerk's Office of the 

Cfrcuit Court of toe City 

of Virginto Beach, VA., on 

the 7to day of February, 

I9T7. 

Susan A. Sciortino, 

PUintiff, 

ai^st 

Edward J. Sciortino. 

Brten^rt. 

The object of tbto suit 
to to (Mato a divorce a 
vincuto matrimonii from 
toe said d^endant, iqxMi 
toe grounds of toelr living 
apart without any cohabi* 
totioa and wittout intemq>- 
tlon for more than one year, 
to wtt: from February 3, 
1976. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of toe Stote of Vir- 
ginto, the tost known post 
office address being: 4258 
4m Stre^, San Diego, 
Califomto 92105 tt to or- 
dered that he do zfpeAT 
here withto ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may l>e 
necessary to protect his 
interest to tbto suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pato A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Paul A. Sciorttoo 
2425 Princess Anne Road 
Virginto Beadi, VA 23456 

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jRDER OF PUBLICATION 
In toe Clerk's Office of toe 
Circuit Court of toe City 
of Virginia Beach, VA, on 
toe 8to day of February, 
1977. 

James L. Johnson, Jr., 
Platotiff, 
against 
-■^jinda M. J^nscm, --^— 
Defendant. 

Tbe object of tbto suit 
is to (Aitjdn a divorce a 
vtoculo matrimonii from 
toe said defendant, upon 
toe grounds of one year 
sqiaratiim. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
toe defendant to a non-re- 
sident ot toe Stote of Vir- 
ginto, toe tost known post 
office aiMress being: 1428 
Green End Avenue, Middle- 
town, Rhode Island tt to 
ordered that she do appmr 
here withto ten (10) days 
after due poblicati(» here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her to- 
terest to this suit. 

A copy-Tesie: John 

Fentress 

By: Ruto A. Kenneham D.,' 

Clerk 

Boyd Scarborough 

Suite 333 

Merchanto ft Farmers 

Bank Building 

Portsmouth,' Virginto 

23705 

VBS 2/16, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9 
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ORDER 
Virginia: in toe Cleric's 
office of toe Circutt Court 
of toe City of Virginto 
Beach, on the 2Sto day of 
February, 1977. 
In re: Adoption ot Terri 
Janine McCannon and 
Donna Denise McCannon 
By: Ernest Rhodes Parker, 
Jr. and Blenda Carol Grif- 
fto Parker 
Petitimiers 

To: Charles Euel Mc- 
Cannon 
R.D. 3 

Kauu^nlis, North Carolina 
In Chancery 
«C-76-124S 
This day came Ernest 
RImdes Parker, Jr. and 
Bloida Carol Griffin Par- 
ker, Petitioners, and re- 
pr^ented that the (^Ject 
ot tbto proceeding to to 
^ect toe aitoption of toe 
above named intones), 
Terri Janine McCaUKmand 
Donna Denise MeCaucm, 
tqr Ernest Rhodes Paricer, 
Jr. and Blenda Cartd Grif- 
fin Parker, busbairf and 
wife, and amdavtt b^^ 
been matte and filed fimt 
Charles Euel McCanon, a 
Bstaral pareM td saM^ld 
(m), to a oOB-r^htoal oi 
toe Stote NVirgiato, the 
last known post tmee add- 
r»s liMag: R.D. 3 Kaaaa- 
polto. Nor* CanAtaa; R 
to toer^wrc (Mered ^ 
toe s^ Charl« End Mc- 
(^UOB uppeir before Hto 
Court wmia ten (10) «^ 
ater prtdlcatMB of ttds 
(Mter Md todk^te Us/ 
bar ^KaOMDWuvQajH^ 

me* wv^nai w 1 

to p^alMA ^ l ater an t to 

fide matter. 



A copy teste: John V. 
FfiitreM, Clerk 
Robert L. Gtfternaa 
245 First ColOidal Road 
Virginto Beach, VA 234M 

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m 
W 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 5^' 
to toe Cleit's Office ol m^^ 
Circutt Court ol the Cityȣ 
ct Virgiato B«ick, VA.,u 
oa tbe Mb day of February, 2i 
1977. Kl 

Marvto Dick Gentry, m* 

Ptoiotiff, ^ 

agalast ^ 

Gloida Lee Swisher Gentry^ 
D^endaitt. 

Tbe <^ect of this suit is'^ 
to obtato a divorce a vin-G 
cido matrirao^ from the 3 
said defendant, upon the it 
grounds pf one year se-)if 
paration. ., 

And an affidavit havingg 
been made and filed that, 
tbe defendant to a non-re- ' 
aidant of the Stote of Vir- '> 
giida, the last known post^ 
<^ce addbtf ss being: Rons- *t 
too, Texas tt to ordered d 
that shft' do ai^ear here;} 
withto t«i (10) (toys after 
due publication heroot, and ^ 
do what may ly necessary j 
to protect her toterest to 
ttds sutt. 



A ecfpf -teste: John V. Fm^ ' 

tress ' 
By: Patti A. Keen^an 
Tidewater Legal Aid 

Society ) 

147 Graitoy Street , 

Norfolk, Va. 23510 | 

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ORDER OF PUBUCAIION 
In Uie Clerk's Office ofi 
the Circuit Court of toe Ctty i 
of Virginto Beach, Va. obi 
toe 18to day (d Fritruary, 1 
1977. i 

Maxton Rudd Stok, 
Patotiff, 

against ^ 

Sara Merritt Sink, 
Defendant. 

The object oi this suitl 
to to obtato a divorce from 
bed and board from toe 
said defendant, vpoa toe 
grounds of desertion. 

^Hl an affidavit having^ 
been made and filed that the 
defMidant to a mm- resident 
of toe Stote of Virginto, 
the last known post office 
address being: c/o Mrs. G. ' 
W. Merritt, Route 1 Box 
348, Magnolto.NortoCaro- 
liia tt to Ordered toat she 
do appeai* h^e within toi 
(10) days after due pub- 
lication hereof , and do what 
may be necessary to iHt>- 
tect her interest to this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan D. 
Clerk 

Frank E. Butier, m 
4336 Virginto Beach 
Boulevard 
Virginto Beach, Va. 
23452 

VBS 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16 
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ORDER 
VIRGnnA: IN THE 

ciRCorr COURT of the 

CITY OF VDWHNIA BEACH 
ON THE 9TH DAY OF 
FEBRUARY, 1977 
IN RE: ADOPTION Ot 
RHONDA SUE CUTTER 



BY: AUDREY REAL AB- 
BOTT and LINCOLN 
SYLVESTER ABBOTT, 
husl)and and wife, 
Petitiimers 

TO: Edward Harold Citfter 
c/o Dan Cutter 
P.O. Box 87 
Bow Lake, New Hampshire 

IN CHANCERY NO. 
C77-151 

Tbto day came Audrey 
Real iUAratt and Ltti- 
coia Sylvester Abb(^ Pe- 
titicwers, and represoited 
that to« object of tUs i»t>- 

ceedlng to to effect toe 
mIopitloB of the tbon - 
named tMli,\ Rhoada Sne 
Cutter, by Audrey NealAb- 
brtt and Lincoto SylvestM- 

Abbott. tasbaod and irife. 
and affidavtt haviag been 
auHte and filed timt Ed- 
ward Harold C^er, toe 
Mtorai totoerof tbesald 
child, to a Boo-resMant of 
tite ^te of Virgiida, Us 
last teown post ofltoe add- 
resa btiag:^oDanOilta-, 
P.O. Bn 87, Bow Lafea, 
New BanwiUre: R to 
tter#ore dtDERES to^ 
the ttidSDWAU}HAlttJ) 
CUTTIS anaarbrtre 
thb Coet wtMntoB<10) 
1^ titer pabtteattcB « 
tbto Ordar and totted hia 
attflnta toward toafrapac- 
ad Mutton, w ettwMM 
do fiMft to naa^Httt to 
pralMl 9te l^r^ to Ms 



tlMMuiC. tooi^ 
jDm^I tor f^moBi^ 

fm-t/H, t/m, 3^, 3/9 
tk 



lun, March 9, 1977 



African art Capiuie^ 

Youlh Art Mdnih In Virginia Bwch sdioots was cele- 
braied last week at Windsor Woods Elenfiantary School 
with a display of African Art made by elennentary, junior 
high and N^ school students arwl some ptrcrfessioiwls. 

The art was displayed in the school's entrance foyer 
near the office. 





[tio r] Robert Hanig. Amy Belcher and Debbie Brooks start a tour of African art 

at their school. 



vs guy sgoodjooking?' Philip Kuenzer 'What'^this?' asks Philip Kuenzer 
and Robert Haniffg wonder. 

Phoi6»byGaryFu9enon.SUNNBmBmor 




than I 

the c<mip0tition J 



Ella Miles admires a peculiar tree. 



t^^aesome form of moBpm'$igree 
Debbie Brooks and Elb M^s. 



mvArmw^sm^. 



-I 




■;-K 



On the 



Farmers Montague 




front 




Nominate VPA 

77 




Five Vlrslma Beacb agri- 
coltural leaders attended th 
Feb. 16 regioDa} board con- 
ference of the Southern Sta- 
tes Cooperative in Soffidk. 

Ralph Frost, R. D. Flan- 
nagan, W. Harvey Gilber Jr., 
Donald Horsley and Gene 
Daniels, all of Virginia Bea- 
ch, heard the cooperative's 
retail operations manager 
H. B. Mauel state that the 
cooperative's dollar volume 
for the first six months of 
the 76-77 fiscal ywr 
showed a 24 per cent in- 
crease over last year. 

Manuel told the Virginia 
farmers^ ttat such local 
meetings gave the cotqwra- 
tive a chance to r^x>rt to 
the local level oo their it- 
erations, activities and fu- 
ture planning. 



Katherine Anne Montague, 
of Virgil^ Beach, a junior 
at Randol^-MaoHi Woman's 
College, has be«i named to 
the Dean's List, Sb% was 
selected for her outstanding 
academic work during the 
first semester at the col - 

Ms. Montague is the dau- 
ghter of Ms. Stei^ianie M. 
Montague of 2134 Holland 
Road. 

Mosely 

Cadet Michael A. Moselj, 
s(» of Mr. aqd Mrs. C. R. 
Mosely of Tirguiia Bdicfi, 
has been ^^roved for mem- 
bership in the Wentvortb 
Military Academy and Jn- 
for College Bono' Society 
in Lexington, Mo. 



Sittnick tops 
at Citadel 



Clt»lel Cattet Capt. Ste- 
jAen Michael Sittnick of Vir- 
ginia B^ch has been named 
to the President's List at 
tte military college in South 
Carolina for thefirst semes - 
^ of tte 1976-77 academic 
jMr. 

This knor isamrdedcnly 
to ttMt i«Ms who teve the 
mmtetim otums laoMd 
simuManerasly to Me D^o's 
List for aca^MBie achieve- 
ment' and to the Com- 
Maaihat's ^ Distinguished 
9^rme Lm for superior 
■rfU^T perfocmaoce. 

TM ii ite sec^ snw- 
0m ^Mek, a mskar at The 
n^l, tes b^ mmet to 
^Ust. 

A dist^ushed militaJT 
^ptart, lm is comaaata- of 
Mi ^■piqr viUdi the Sc^ 



sciem:e and is a a^ber 
of Pi Sigma A^riia-tte na- 
tional political seieMe ho- 
nor fraternity- -and tteSam- 
merall Gwnb — pK tfite 
precision drill {riatoiA wUeh 
rece^y r^yr^d to cam- 
pus after a f»tw«d perfor- 
mance is Iterdi Gns festi- 
vitisf. 

A mmber <rf M AM»cia- 
tim m tt» WMSmmt Ar- 
my, he reeeivW w MMfd 
last y^u- tNm ttat Mfni- 
zatioB fordrauwstratlagoBt- 
MaaAng quUtte (4 kwlar- 
4Mp «M MadMrie^itetea- 
ey. ta adiBtfan, CmM mt- 
dek is tte reei^Mt of a 
Rt^rve (Mncers AjmA - 
nm anrd aad» Ml Inr- 
^M* Amy lOTC SAAr- 

Mt 1* tte an o( Mr. Mtf 
MM. V. e. 



Admission to tte 80<di^ 
is granted to cadets who are 
awarded soperior ratings by 
scholastic, miliiary, athle- 
tic and disciplinary depart- 
meids doriog a semester. 
Michad ramed his right to 
membership for the seventh 
time ^ his outstanding per- 
formances is these pAases 
of school life during the first 
semester of 1976 school year 

Anderson 

Mark N. AadersoB of Vir- 
ginia Beach has wroUed in 
a special spring coopera- 
tive edueaticm program at 
Virginia Polytechnic Insti- 
tute and State University in 
Blacksborg. 

In ttie program, Mart wiU 
alternate a qoarter of stady 
with a i|uarter of prc^ - 
sfonal woit ia his chos«i 
field of U. S. Army Corps 
of EagiMers. 

un nys the "^-o^" j^o- 
gnm allows studeirts like 
Mart to gain iavalnable 
study-related ezperieoce in 
bosiBess, indastry ami^v- 
enuaest. The qaurter of 
study and quarter of prctfes- 
sionl work alternates for 
a tofiil of seven woilc quar- 
ters. 

Anderson, 
Duren 

Mmt V. Aatarsm and 
Cem B. Dana (4 Virgiaia 
^tt are two <tf thirty-ta« 
Mi^te tnm ?irgi^ ia- 
eMM oa a» Aaa's Uat at 
Bob imm Uaiyenlty, 
GreenvUIe, S. C. 

B<* Joaes Orf»«rstty, 
kaowB as tte ITorM's Itot 
OmsmI Ud^nity," Is a 
ItbenJ arts, cowteatmal 
OrisfiMi latttta^, ^er 
f ,901 aMtats art aanriled 
t^m mm^ i^o Mi tfhotf 
m%mi^ Mam«s otfter- 
rttMM. 

Aa^malittftMiaartte 
B*v. aad Mn. ClarlM J. 
Aatewo si 1341 PtImms 
iyaw M. « la a m^- 
m itwlwm^s 



D«r«i is the SOS of Mr. 
tuA Mnt. Dnane Durm olS17 
Ronton Drive. Ae is a 
freshmaa in the mdversfty 
school of iRtsiness adrainis- 
tration. 

Richmond 

Eight stodeots from Vir- 
ginia Beach have beea nam- 
ed to toe Dean's List of 
Distianishea students af 
the Uuverstty (A RiiAmond 
for their woit. during the 
FaU scMnester ol 1976. 

' Th^" Ire Mellaa B. 
Chambers, Julie Gokbrich, 
Margaret R. Ir«to; Mary 
M. Kellam.' Catherine L. 
Kmeger, ■eiaatoi.Tayne, 
Liai^ D. Earner, ant De- 
leaa J. Browder. All attend 
WesttaamptoQ C(41bege, the 
wiHnai's mdngn^te li- 
beral arts itttliiieii «( the 
Uaiversity <rf R^HaoBd. 

To be tilgUa Vn> the 
Deaa's Ust a sta^ mast 
earn a grade peiirt «rerage 
tA at lea^ 3.2 oa IS or 
more saa^ter hoon of 
woit or at least a 3.6 wlto 
less thaa 15 semester hoars 
of work with not more toaa 
(me gra^ of C and withao 
gra^ below C. 

Misa OHnbRS is the 
daogMir cf Mr. ud Mrs.K. 
W. Chambers. Miss Gdttch 
is the daa|hter of Mrs. 
Ito(to^ &dttM. Miss >- 
win b tte daaglter of Mr. 
aad llrs. CiHurtes M. ]«als. 
Miss Kellaa is the^iagb- 
ter fA Mrs. Aina G. Xel- 
lam, 

lUss KrM|^ is the Atu-^ 
gM«r (rf 1^. aad Mrs. ?<Aa 
J. Kroger. Mtts Payw is 
toe ftngtter tf Mr. and 
IMS. Wesl^ft Payae. Hiss 
i^HT is the (^i^er tf 
Ifr. aad Mrs. Leonard ^- 
wm aad Miss Browder 
to the daaiMar of Mr. aad 
■». Date G! Browdar 



Pash 



Mm Mm^ P^ (tf Vir- 
1^ t«MMs #i <rf^l,a9 
4^iMMs fit J^n^(^ A«i^ 

Mv^iMr 0^f^ to VMt 



RAKlet^ dt the 8m are ia- 
vtted todoM^mrteaTirg^nian, 
no tooger a resideat <tf toe 
^te, vho has brought hnior 
to Idfflatif and therein dis- 
ttoction to the Old PoBoilidOn, . 
for the "Virginian tA the 
Year" award of the Vig^nia 
Pr^s Association. 

Hie 1977 rec4)lMt will join 
siKh stter lUo^oos for- 
mer Virginians as EarlBam- 
ner, crea^ (d TneHfal- 
tons"; U. S. SMalcHT ^u0 
Scott (R.Pai>, Fraalc MeCar- 
fhy, |«o(|Mwr Of Ihe multi- 
' Oscar wearing movie "Pat- 
la"; Chriftiiiiher C. Kraft, ♦ 
Jr., diredte- (iftliellaUon's 
Maaned $iace FUcM Pro- 
gram^ Jcta D. deBirtto, 
eittinnan^^ Jbe~ board o(- 
A.T. 4 T.', and RobMt B. 
PampUn, diairwaa, Georgia 
Pacific Coiporatton. 

DeadlliK for aomliatioBs 
diredsd to toe Sun is Mar. 
3i: L«tte» stwttld be brief 
aad to the pobtf, shonld to- 
clnde the correct name, tit- 
le aad presMi miillagadd- 
rras of tte BogUaee. 

A aominee for \Sm award 
sbodd be a a^w Virgitiim 
ao lOBffer reside fA the 
state, or a foinier resktort 
<A BO l^s ^n 10 years 
dvrati«» prtor to ImvIi^ Vir- 
ginia, wheae j^aee of busi- 
ness OF jvalMHtaaiAoccaqia- 
ttoo is oaiaMe d[ Jhe fMk. 
Penenal w^c^iSUMeato 
cr«ti^HAaul|vomiamce 
and rrttoeUag teTOnMepdb- 
Uc ^mUob to Vtagiidaarf 
the bMrid yaqriNnrats fnr 
coasf^rateB. 

lie award is toon as 
the Aoto-rltasoa MenuHd 
Award Ito mmsri of Vfllton 
Parks, ttw first Colonial Vir- 
giaia printer, and George 
kiaaoB, aattwr of the Vir- 
ginia Dedantlon of BigMs 
whidi coaialned f^reedarii of 
the press as one of ito sec- 
tlOBs, the foreruaaer of toe 
Federal BUI of Righto. 

The award ooaaistBt of a 
haadmada tUver repf«dBc- 
ti aatiqae prlator's 

sticK c(««i«d by VlUiaaiDe- 
Mideo, ailversmidi of Cetoa- 
ial WUlUmibBTf , awaalBdaa 
a pleee of historic wood from 
OoBftoB RaU, hOM«|daee ai 
Qaotp Miioa 



A committee of Virgintaas 
^'rantiieai in bnstoess cir- 
cles tdll select tite 1977 
recipieat to receive the a- 
ward (tariBg toeawval con- 
v«9tton of the Virginia Pr(»s 
AssocUtloo at Bot Springs, 
July 16. 



The Shaiy ER-3S00 -- oae of fWe|r«a(eleeti«llkC?ll|»lihi 
vith relialtfUty-'-plw. Tletoneai Sharp bosiness AidiiMi 
liae gives y<^ more tea tores, more value than aay 
registers to ito price raage! 

* Automatic tax computation via tax &Me. 

• S department totals with counters. ' 

* Totals and counters for ail transa^io^s incltiding re- 
ceived-on-account, paid-out, refund, discount, charge, 
void, eto. 

• Refund by department, cash-in<irawer total ' 



Call as for a free demoastratioo! 



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UN All-City 

Team selected 




S^Un /port/ 



"-/ECTIOn fr 



Wednesday, March 9, 1977 



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Guy Morgan-First Colonial 



Nwmui Qillui» lodced around at tbe small gatliering 
(tf teatetlttll players and eiclaimed^ ."This would be one 

BiUigis, the talented center for Bayside High was right. 
This ytar's^SUN AU-City team wiMild be a formidable 
one indeed, if allowed to grdup forces. 

Heading the list of Beach District stars, is Guy Morgan. 
Mdit^, the center for Eastern R^on champions First 
Colonial, led Beach scoring and rebounding, with 21.9 
points yxt game and 12 rebounds per contest. 

Teammate Rem ZoUicofffr, a 6-2 forward also claimed 
First Team honors. "ZoUy" averaged 15 ppg., and 11 
rebounds. 

The Kei^psvllle Chiefs, who finished in a surprising 
second-place tie with Bayside, placed two players on the 
twm, 6-2 \fl Cameron Ifoorehead. and 6-2 Chris Lowery. 

BiUiqw, Bayside's only First Team member, led the 
Marlins ttls season with a 17.1 scoring average, and by 
iauUi« down almost 11 rebounds a game. 

Two Princess Anne Cavaliers round out the seven-man 
s(piad, Larry Eure and Russel Wood. The 6-4 Eure aver- 
aged 14.2 points a game, and nine rdMnmds. 

Wood, a 5-10 jimiw guard, tallied 14 point per game as 
well as four assists a game. ' 

Lowery scored 13.1 points a game for Kempsville, snared 
9.5 rebounds, and led the team in steals. 

MoorefaNul scored 12.3 points a game for the Chiefs, 
as well as grabbing eight rebounds a game. 

Five fine players constitute the Sec<»d Team, tarry 
JeflHes of Bayside, Keith Ford of First Colonial, Jim 
Goss ef Cox and Jimmy Butts and Ricky Lewis, both of 
Kellam. 

The 5-9 Jeffries averaged nine points a game, with 4.5 
assists. 

Ford helped the Patriot cause with 9.2 ppg and 7 assists 
per contest. 

The 6-0 Goss canned 13 points a game, and averaged 
six rebounds as well. 
Jimmy Butts of Kellam scored 10 points a game for 
the Knights. i,?*'^ 

Also fbr Kellam, is Ricky Lewis, who canned 14 points 
a game and grabbed 12 rebounds a contest. 

Wib^ni Honorable Mentio*! were: Jon McGruder, First 
Colrn^; David Moore, First Colonial; Kenny Cornick, 
C<W; William ^ibbs, Cox; Jimmy DIHardo, Princess Anne; 
Paul Tyiier, Bayskle; Wflbert Whaff, Bayside. 




Ron ZoBicoffer-First Colonial 



Norman Billups-Bayside . 




Chris Lowery-KempsviBe 



Cameron Moorehead-KenripsvUle 



Russell Wood-Princess 'Anne 






Not pictur«d: 
Jimmy Butts-K«llam, 
2ncl Uam 

Ricky Lewit-KaHam, 
2iicltMm 



Larry Eure-Princess Anne 



honorable Mentioni 



Jon McGruder 
David Moore 
Kenny Cornicle 

WHIIam Gibbs 
Jimmy DiNardo 
Paiii Tyner 
Wiibert Whaff 



First Colonial 

First Colonial 

Cox 

Cox 

Princess Anne 

Bayside '* 

Bayside 



Larry Jeffries-Bay sWe. 2nd tearri Keith Fc^d-Frst Cc*Dnial, 2nd tearri Jim Goss-Cox, 2nd team 



laiaiAi 



X^ 



Hill guides Pats to Eastzrn 




l^te chtmiHniiilHpt an m^^| mv to Alton HiU, the 
reM« Q( m rt^ Qekaim P^OMs' teAtlbtU imm. 

U IMl. u t ^itfw Mto « tte Btt««»1 N.C. Ugh 
l^ma bidi^iMU tout, ^ «ts vtaniai Us Mrd sti^M 
Jatete <ten|ia«tt^ DBriat tUm three ^Mmwi. vUck «nr 
IHUI nove fiiMH fuoA, , to liHrvtnt, to ^ater, ms 
Itoetaried a 91-fM« vindif ^ft, wUtik it that time ms 
taaiest is Uidted States Mih school Ustorr. 

tit First CotaBial ftlrtote Wi b^ad mm alual^ 
fkirtaMs. Ike fNMiHwtlilii |UM it i^ EaslMa Sa^« 
Is Mt a |oei ttaM Mt'MBte. Ml ^ Mftote, N^ to be- 
te first Itadi tesB to arer qptfU^ for toe Stote 
are dswi 1-0, ui hain't «raa ge^ oSa 
sket 



BmatMl, a ^9m IMle fisfiai ton near AttaaticBttch, 
had amtt^ elate-to>lme betore the toa( stii^ ofha^^- 
ball victories. Qmi^in flfiiilnd, a Beavtort star mi the 
^team that woe a ^ato title to fl^, was a m«iiber ot the 
^^9alTera^ of R«rto {^toUm s^oad toat vwt oad^eated 
and woe toe lytoul ^anpioBsUp to I9S7. "lint," said 
Hill recMtly, Ipit m iHyched v^.' 



First Cetoritf valto natil S:ll to ihellrstpertod to shoot; 
■d ItotI shot, bf tMnI IWto "Km- FoN» to atosed. 
>^ Maary Ugh, vtoaer of toe Sastora Dlstriet sad toe ealy 
obetacte bantoi toe pato to Chaitottocville, site of the 
Statoc, tor Ftost CoioMal is ptojftof as if ittaroatod the 
Iftrase "-tMw sbaadoa." sad i^ the score to 14-0 







thurmon 



IWIHMilllllteltHINilHIWIiaiWIilllWNUIII 



^^^ belMv BUI eaBs tlae-oitf. "1-0 or 14-0, what's tk» dif- 

ftffeaee," Bffl n* to ask lator. 
< ^ After toe tisM-oat. toe Fato sctOe dem, foard David 
*** Meore scmtm troa jpdenMatt aad torvard Bon ZollieoClH> 
mm. nails one fro« toe psellae. The score. 14-4. 

ASer the Hist qaarter, toe score stands at 11-1 not 

wsaraonntaMe. bat a UtOe totteidattag. First Celcaial 

-^is m illliinldatod, and by the half, ttey traU by sevea, 

?" 11-21. as toe Patrieto. findtog no panic bntton to posh. 

^ eUpav^rattoekad. 

^, Hill's high scho(d team, coached by Tom McQoaid. who 
" i¥peared in ^xirts Blostrated alter the streak, failed to 
„ «to the state champioeship for a foorth eoosecotive year. 

Th^ came dim, finishing toe season wito a 21-3 state. 
— "People aiivped coni&g to mo as," said Hill of bis pc»t- 

stroakteam. 




Keith Ford helps cut down netd after Regional champfonsNp Morgan is hoisted on shoulders of fans 




Giv Jbtfan eeaaect atrtyia toe 
to^hriit <toe Palribto vtttettfe: irik Mnary 
io4sre toaa hastily raisenkaaner 
net to be ap^Ucafcie. tt reads, ^'Seeaad Cekatol." 
a rritoaad nd apeeni bead toe Pata. 
etoaadjrnlt-ll! 
As*al yet. First Cotatal has aot sritetttatad, aor wiU 
ihey. Mreiytoeless, toey are rtitaatless. aad vlto 17 se- 
eeads Ml to toe fltfrd vmtIot, torvard Joa If cGrader 
taps to a tvo-folator and PlfslCeiflatol leads tor toe first 
ttaae, 19-n. The ewd toat dnertoes toe Pataiet tan ta 



speUcd P-A-N-O-E-M-O-N-l-ti-H. Wito an exctamatioD 
mark. 

His high school career <nref. Hill attraded Atlantic 
Christian CoUege (ACC) in IL €,, and started at center 
his finnAraan year. For foitir )wrs. ACC ^ed aramd 
.SCO, and Hill, who describes iiittusetf as adefASive pl^er, 
sfemed desttoed to cl(»e cnA his basketball career un- 



At Afalibu ElenMiitary 

Haskln's team wins tourney 



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, _ rUtii^iiMrbise- 

iat Miuiy rrfbses to Hif. aad they tfi tbi score 
vMttl:lirto|A9. 

Moore, torowing csaatimi to. the wind. Uta tram 10 feet 
and McGrnder has uotoer tap-to. Ford to slH raaiing 
Uke a 45 record ptayed at ll.-fnd Morgan aM Bollicoflar 
are awesmne nndemeato. Tbe.lPatriota poll ainiy and wto. 

It was aU rather qwctacnlar. 



Davl^ HasUn's ^oad won , aian pieced the. tosera^witt 

Ig^alitstionM' 



The first gamewasa^oA- 
plete nm-away as David 
Haskto's s^d defeated Jlb- 
v«i Omtoar's squad 36-6. 
Higb scorer was Haskin 
with 84 p(^ts. 3£ott Buck- 



tiftvis's 

s^ttd. It ms a see-saw 
battle all tt^ way. Wito five 
ffltoutes remalBtog to the 
game. Eric Holden fouled 
out. batls, having no play- 



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.^et^^^telt*. bid.Jto jOay- fivei- 
•!i;9Ms«\ <iMaosaociM-U to") 
wtet jptnred to be the best 
ton^ game. High sc(a«r 
was David AscherooDavis's 
squad, scoring nine potots; 
hi(|^ scorer mj(»es's squad 
was Kasmar. Scoring eight 
pcrinto. 

The chamjMonshii) pme 
plattd David Haskto's squad 
ptaytog against Cbu^Jtwes' 
ami. it was close to toe 
begtonlng. brt David Has- 
kto's sqoMl pulled amy to 
wto 56-16. High scorers for 
the winners were David 
Haskto with 27 potots, Kurt 
RossitM- and Chris Mtoer 
wito 10 pdttto each, J(dm 
BliUieslee eight. DSean Kaz- 
mar had M ft^ts for toe 
losers. * 

The. ptajwrs for toe 
diampion squad were: Dav- 
kl Haskto, Ci^itato; Timmy 
Myers; Kurt Rossitttr; Chris 
Miner; Marvto Williamson; 
J(dm Blakesiee. i 

The runners -up squad 
were: Chuck Jones. Captain; 
B<*by Metcalfe; &»n Kaa- 

Nahra; Eric Dayton; 
"Cterae" Chisholm. 

M(»t valuable player lor 
toe game was KurtR^siter 



THS COUNTRY '> 
BEST MUSIC 




mkOIOSMAHE 

KIT 

IS COMIHG 

for mare^CpMi 

IKTlli 

ws 

CLEAR 

in ALL or 




Jmmy DiNardo, Ralph Gahagan. Sue Jones, Brian Riendeau 



teto StoBdwM. Ba^ (tahafm^ Sae Joaes aad Stamy Di- 
Mtfie ware hoaored tost week by toe Virgil Bench $peHs 
CM. Hisad s aa was sdeeted as toe eafa^aWag toettall 
p^wr at toe Beadi, tor Us ^y as a two-way ttMiMi to 
Cos Ugh. at has slped n gnuid-ta-nto to ^y vtth toe 
OWv^^ of IteiTtaad. GttagM was heanwd as toe city's 
ootetaadtaf eoaeh, far toadtog (he Priaeeas Aaae tootoaU 



taaa to a perttoa df toe Be^ IMstrtot fbunptwsblp. 
Mtos ^Dies' endea^m to field |o^er, tastolbdl aad toaek 
evaad her the reeo|Blttoa air toe top Cmnto acbelastic 
atolete. Her mate eoaaterpar^;#nmy Wtarde, was a last 
seoad sritetttate ns Gaha«M«e gMrterbadc^ and also 
«^Aed to bastoia^ aad ib aa te suites All-City 
basAaU taw tost ywr. 



Mike Wulf 



Also headed by Bm <9ri>, was Mike Walt, toe dtreetor 
ef toa n^TOter Aoh^ Bofi^ AssaeMtai. The D.$. 
ittum nm ^hM SnnrteM mtmtat ws Mtoed ^mi- 
iwetatttoTMr. 



Your bikS 



peach girls place > 
in State Meet 



1lw M^^Md^tofim- 
yn^lff co^pett^Mt^ta't 
^^ aflf tpam ti^H^vflNM 
*to tauA, ^sts^mU to- 

nmfrtrli^fcwrtl 



i«r«a Kanw^nv « 
ta toe att-aroaid, Sni to 



toe btam ud secoad to the 



Usa WesttoU <rf PrlaceM 
Aaae Pheed tth.ta toefton- 

tald FaUer tf^ysMe 
WW flird on toe wM. 

Cud Mam <tfC« 
^Md taum on toe vult. 




1977 
ARTA 



Bememter... if it's 
g^ « a^r, B^ 
M's )Mtf 'm^tt mas'! 

Expert motorcyckmrvice ana repair 

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IMm WmaOmtpntaimt 
to f^^ «• r^'— " 

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Wll ^ Matey ton F^ay tl-f:lt, flitortey i«. 




tee Skating Lrasons 

Ibw s«Mtou: Monday. WedaesAiyaadFi^liva.after- 
BOOM Md evMdBgi tetaff^ tnm IS ibm. to lt:M 
p.B. Few qii^ anitoMe.^U itomtfatoly. 



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|ro|psnt», g-lt, 11-11, 



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ftaM MM, flnt serw hatfs 



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MaafcyaM »ii^V eMed. «iN»t te speetal 



^m m tfM« Mttlvites 

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*_^ *.-^. Tbw^iy tem S pjB. to 10 p.m.. 
Fi^r Ama *f .m. to UiN p.m. 

frMillitI p.a. to IMS |i.ai. 

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Vittwia^wch Sun. March I, l^ -^ 



Yesterday... at me Leisure Center for 





mdults 



Story and f^hotQ$ 
6y Gaty FuHertm SW amor 



Walter tLally loves barbershop quartet singing but he 
tarried his talents to making artificial fruit, as admired 
by Leisure Center director Madeline Dunsfan 



iiisl Mf aore t>rlve near 

ttere's a hrt^ n»iB located 
at the rear of Bayatde Chris - 
Van CNreb that's very im- 
portont to a small f roup 
ot senfor citizens. 

The rowB is (^icially 
ailed tte Gerter of Lei- 

* iare A«lftties for Older A- 

.Aats, ^tit's really aday- 
ttme boine for tiie seven 

^^nior ettiaens who visit 
there.. 

The <e^er Is run l>y Jiade- 
line DittstaB, a briftt, at- 
tractive young woman whose 
Ufe remdves arpwid those 
who cfflftetdthe center. Mad- 
eline is assisted bf Mar- 
laret "P^" Palmer, 4 
nurses aide. 

ThaiMttropeai atla.m. 
Monday throoKii Friday and 
its ^rse iNit comfortable 
MWat i0trs a place where 
its meniten, who would (A- 

^rwtse 6e alone dining the 
day, can come aod parti- 
cipate in gnnp activities. 
Sometlmw ^ activities just 
take ^ form of "I remem- 
ber when I was a yoai^- 
ter..." but mostly the meta- 



bers are Micour^:»l to in- 
teract wtth eacta other in 
pimes, siflKing, special 
crafts, and scwietimes field 
trips. 

Madeline said tte field 
trips are designed to take 
into coDSiderati(^,-the limi- 
tation of each, the walks 
aren't too long, the places 
they visit must have easy 
access. "We just took them 
to WTAR-TV the other day 
to be a part of the Dick 
Lamb audience," said Made- 
line. "They truly enjoyed 
it." • 

Te<^call3^, the center 
could tecalleda "Day Care" 
facility for oldsters. They 
receiv* a lot of "T.L.C." 
from Madeline and Peggy, 
incli{tdliig a (tally lunch, 
moiniag and afternoon 
snackf, special diets if ne- 
ces^ry, and a program of 
activities to fit their needs, 
desires and capabilities. 

Although only seven sen- 
ior citizens are tbere now. 




Mrs. Vesta Hill, from England and now living with her daughter, 
has her blood pressure checked, a daily task of nurses Bid 
Peggy Palmer at the Leisure Center. ^ ' 



'...soniatfmes yastarday lastfWa 
hard td raniambar.J 



m 





hears Brborlst tell 
to transplant trms 



the center can accommodate 
iq> to 15. It was started in 
My 1975 after Use Virginia 
Beach Mayor's Cotmcil o?« 
Aging (headed by first cit- 
laeu Ut%. Mary Ellen Cox) 
reconuBeadad ^t sucha 



mmmtfmmmmmmmmtmmmmmm 

cmler be established. All 
cfperat^ng ftmds come from 
SEVAMP. 

lUe Crater works very 
dotoly with the city's ser- 
vices department. Fol- a sen- 
ior icitixen to qualii^ for the 



center, he or ,sbe or a 
relative must fill out an ap- 
plication, have a signed phy- 
sician's consent, and have to 
be amtNilatory ( a cane or 
walker is okay). A booklet 
explaining the center and the 
necessary qualifications can 
be obtained by idioning the 
center at 464-5796. 



On March 16 and 17, Made- 
line and her bevy of seniors 
will man a booth at Pem- 
broke Mall to talk with peo- 
ple and give them informa- 
tion on their day care cen- 
ter. They'll also offer to 
check anyone's blook pres- 
sure, since that's part ci 
the equipment on hand at 



\m 



By MARGARET COLONA 
^)ecial to the SUK 

With spring just around tlie comer, memliers and 
guests (rf the Princess Anne Plaaa Garden Club welcomed 
City Arborist Roger Ruff to their F^niary meettag fbr a 
program on the "Traasplantii^, Propagati^ A Trimming 
(tf Trees and Shrubs." Hostessef for the meeting held at 
the ^iau United Metliodist Church were Mra. Charles E. 
Cayea and Mrs. Richard W. Cannon. 

Mr. Huff, who sunwrts a tree pnrtection ordiwnce and 
erosion control tor our city, says that "no n eedlMs cat- 
ting down of trees should be allowed when new stnctuKs 
go up". Not only do trees |»oyide.« nicety wootted area 

for WX jmmM^^m ''TWia, J0^^ 

ip^n^y te says; when new structures are boilt, 
the fUl placed at the base (rf the tree truidc can Ull the 
tree if over 5 to 6 inched of dbt surrowds the base of the 
tree "Tree wells shouM be mnd irtien fUl is put in a yanl 
to avoid kaiing the tree," he advised inembers. "When 
the owosite effect occurs, and the soU is washed away 
from Uie base of the tree, a r^aWi« wall should be built 
to hold the earth around the tree as it was originally." 

He also warned members ttet wl»n clearing out vraoded 
aroM, the remaintag trees need fertilizer to stimolate 
new root growtb. "This should be done once ayetr." 

"Everyone's enemy, tte tree boar, gets into trees thro^ 
wounds ^which cannot heal. To doctor the tree irounds, 
homeowners can make Qie double Y formation i^ the liark 
of the tree, scrape out the bark and paint. The wound should 
heal eventuaUy. Cavities wiUform if ttie woundi are hot 
treated and Qen ttie services of a jprofessionaltree surgeon 
are needed." Since trees will dUe eventually if they are 
not treated, Mr. Huff's advice was well taken by Club 
Members. 

Mr, Huff showed a slide presentation on the right and 
wroi« way to prune trees and shrubs. The ttmb should 
be cut flush to the trunk of the tree, and any area exposed 
(nrer the size of a quarter needs to be fixed. iKribs leave 
room lor decay and can r^ Inving a wounded tree. Any 
exposed area under the aize ai a quarter does not require 
rqiair." 

Mr. Huff eqdained that another pn^em tms encounter 
it a root which grcnirs anratf^ ^IcodL^ thnjoQbUni 



;rbc* ^s nrt properly cut from the tree^ Oie root wlB re- 

..'fltrict the siq) flow and will eventually str»^(le the tree. 

Ilr. Hnfi. warned a^inst the plai^ H (dttUw rooted 

trees and said iiaX if the roots on tiy of tt» gn^ are 

«.^, it ean destrtqr the tree. 

Mr. RiA said ttiat uiy resideia (tf the city is welcomed 
f to contact Ids (rfflce, and they can be ^iiirided with a list 
; at SO titles well suited to this arM. "The Korean Dog- 
; arood is eqieciaUy wdl-soited for this ana ud b^rs 
a ntj^iberry type fruit. It has been used extensively in 
( the plantii^s at the Courthouse compl»." he dM. 
': Another suggestion be made is to we greraeij tor a 
^ce. "T^ Hawtlwme is hot too well known. 1^ makes 
a nice f^ce of greenery and has widte flowers and two 
inch thorns. Red berries appear in winter and the cost is 
eurly inexpensive." "The sweet gum tree has every good 
^Itty a tree n(^ds, but people dcmt like the gu^ tails." 
"It v& still vi/mi ua«i for straM plasltaga, toweTer." 
Mr. Huff warned that "ei^rgreens tai't do vary well, in 
our area, an altbo^ p«)^e like tte Horway J^mce, it 
"does not thrive well {»re because of the ravironmenAal 
*: stress." Aw>tber interesti% poUit matte W Mr. Mf is 
t- ttet "there is no control now for the l>id^ elm fui^us 
;• since IXfV has been eradicated." "Tbii& ^cUp^ u*e all 
»: important to cMslder wbea j^irelttAng trees Yor the yard. " 
• fee says. "Eovironmei^ stress oivers swji cooditUms as 
*: ^iad[ of moi^ure and a tree's trying to grow M of it's 
*: ^^ ^Mnl gnwing ajt^." 



: In hi^ program, Mr. Buff offered a list of the best trees 
to use for Undscaping, trees for Aade and even trees 
of historical interest. His fkvorite is a crepe myrtle 
growing on tte Old Kenstock Plantation on Great Nedc 
Road in Virginia Beach. The picture of the tree was re- 
cently seen on the cover of a national jonnial. The myrtle 
is over sixty feet tall and has a circnmference of six 
feet ten inches. He says that "cr^ ttyrtles can be left 
to grow tall as the old tree or ]»imed heavily so they will 
. bUa* out? '^There is a dwMPf rartety of crepe myrtle 
which lodES like a ^rub and is gorgeous!" 

Mr. Hatr «q^aitted bow to property fertilize trees and 
told of fome of the more c<4>^^ insects cadsiog prob- 
lems in this arel. Al^ hU,iKefff>9|ajtJ|0B,,men^8,,^ 

dnu tree problems were discussed. 

Mrs. Ra^l Retz, dii^ |a«sident, aniwunced that the 
cliA would Iw attending the Geveal Assembly in Richmond 
as thf guests of diA member, R«l>a McClanan, and her 
husband. State Del^^te Glenn B. McClanan. This has be- 
come an ammal outing for club members, and the highlight 
of tiie tr^ aws a priva'te tour of U>e Governor's Mansimi 
arranged fbr the club by Mrs. McClanan. Mrs. Retz also 
announced that Mrs. SaUy C<9enhaver and Jfrs. Jean Wil- 
liams were additional blue ribbon winners in the club's 
Chrlsbnas doorway coitest and have received certificates 
from file club. 

The Gar^ Thersjiy Program for the Aged at the Medic 
Bnne Crater is well ontfee way in preparation for Easter. 
Members will prepare "raar^uine tub" Easter baskets 
filled with candy and favors to present to patimtts. Mrs. 
Ka^e ^ith, j^rdra therapy chairman, and Mrs. Copen- 
laver, co-chtaiiman, are in charge of the project. 

Members, under the leMforship of Mrs. AUegra Wiirters, 
conservaUoB and ecdogy chairiBan, have painted an Arbor 
Day Tree at the Madlc-Home Crater in the gardra which 
the dab is helping to establish. Mrs. Retz, Mrs. Janet 
Seay. a clim member who regularly does volunteer work 
at the «»nter. and Mrs. Winten also led cliA meters 
In i^antfog an evergrera tree in the garden during the irin- 
ter which wa4 svgiplied with food decorations for the birds. 
In the conservrtion and ecology program of the club over 
300 pine seedlings will be placed in Plaza area elemenmry 
_f «*?fe»»dl«L J»e moi^ .tot distributioLto 

stinm». TUt has also become an aimnal pn^ect of the 
dtf» as its partic^Mtion in the Tl^water District, Vir- 
ginia Federttton of Gardra piubs' program to teach yotmg 
cbfi^n ttie i^^»rtance pf consemtira. Vmon-Camp Cffl-- 
poratim dooatos tbe trees each ^ear. and flie gardra clid>s 
^ dli^bide ttie tseee and ^ww the children how to 
Idant and care for than. Copies of the botdc, "Pe(9le and 
llieir Envinmmrat" are also being ^eed jn tt>e schools 
by the club. 

1%e clid> has now oooideted fibe landscaidng and mato- 
temni« tor the year at ttie GraeralHeary Barnes Wood^ 
heufK Cemetary at Uie Liwdmvra BuliisMal Pait. Ilie ' 
ceqMfiuy restoratfam was begra in 1975 as the clldb6^ 
Bicrateonail HAJRX Project, and wis a continuing pro- 
ject tor ttie club this year. BAUDS XHome and Ne^hbor- 
bood Develivflie^ ^poo8<xrs) is tte elifii's civic and bean- 
tifioUioa endravor, and comm^ty tovolvement is one of 
the eraentiils Icra successM^t;^. Muy indivimals. 
businessra ud Hstorii^ organlt^oos have assi/rted Uie 
dull <» flie project, and sod has feeeirtly be^ planted at 
the: cem^ry to add to tte beao^ (tf the landst^dag. A 
permaarat maricer designati^E the Princess lama Plaza 
Gardra Cbib as i^onsta- U U>e rratontira has also bera 
pJaced. 

The cltfb plans to parti(^te in tte Council of Gardra 
Clirin! of V^nia Beach's aanal floiwr show to be held 
Man^ 30 and 31 at Se^Ue Cokmy. 




'offars analtarnatlva to nursing homas.' 



In effect, the crater for 
leisure activities offers mi 
alternative to nursing 
homes. By offering a place 
for seniors to go during the 
day, the Center encourages 
relatives to keep their loved 
ones in their own homes in 
^miliar surroundings and . 
yet allow tbe seniors to have 
pleasant companionship dur- 
ii^theday. 

Similar centers are open 
in.H^pton and ??Qrfolk,.uii 



the center. 

Madeline says "some- 
times 'yesterday' is a little 
hard to remember, but 20 
or 25 years ago is as clear 
and fresh as though it just 
haH>ened. That's why we're 
here, to make yesterday a 
little easier to cope with." 



SOLVE MONEY WORRIES 
How to help solve money 
worries! Let classified ads 
*4a your bometown newspaper 
sell things you nO hmger 
need and can do without. 
Low cost and quick acting! 



PHILIP TURNER, M.D. 



Drew R Thrailkill enjdys 
with Vesta Hill Oversize 
playing much easier. 



a game of cards 
numbers make 



ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS NEW 
.OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OB-GYH^-^ 
r AMD FAMILY PLAMNWG ' 

. V .;. -':-, -AT -; -;.■;- ^ 

r 1014 PARK AVENUE " 

SHOPPING CENTER 
NORFOLK, VA. 23504 



OFFICE HOURS: 
BY APPOINTMENT 



TELEPHONE: 
6i2-gS00 



TCC 
seminar 

JT^ Virginia B«cb cam- 
pus of Tidewater Community 
College will offer for ttie 
spring quarter a seminar 
for working women entitled 
"Life and Career Maaage- 
mrat SUUs". . 

This course isan>r(9riate 
for working women, or 
wom^n idio plan to vfork. 
Tbe objective is to aid in 
realizii^ work potential, in 
setting career goals, and in 
accepting rraponsitdlity for 
attaining goals. 

The class will meet in 11 
two- hour sessions, every 
Wednesday evraing, 7:15 to 
9:15 at the Campos in Build- 
ing B, Room 205, froni March 
30 throi^ June I. 

The cost is |1 7 tor Vir- 
ginia residents; |56 for nra- 
residrato. Bodes will cost 
49r(nimately ^. Credit is 
two (piarter hmirs. 

For furtter informatira 
caU Cheryl Magri at 427 - 
3070, Ext. 156. 



FREE 




You Can't Beat the Price 



ifieach ad capaign 
fwins state aMrai^ 



Adwrtisiiv create bj 
The Wai^ ^MKy Ik. of 
Rlchtfrad Uff tie city of 
Ylrgiaia Bracb has Nw cit- 
ed tbe "best" to two cate- 
^rira iaMate-vlteaM^-. 
tttta ivwutM^bgr teVir- 
giala Travel CmmH. 

Vitflaia Brach mtries 
w« la tte magazim adve r- , 
ttMf c^j^y Ant ilccle 
Mto 4 t«9.m- awe Mton 
»«tf i» tt» nMfio artery 



ftp best single ^t or ser- 
ies ^^wts. 

1^ awards were prf- 
SMted at Um mid-«iat4r 
travel crafenmce rf tl» Vir- 
gima Trawl C^wsU.;!^ 
J«. 27 to HgMk* 4 ; 

Both of Uw w{imin| ^- 
tries mitt from Viigi^ 
B»ti>:sit76 JbU ca^%A, 
i^ei md toe s^^ "^M 
and LoMra" and imrodwiM 
tbe tteme "Vlralnta B«icb 



hu summer ttos toU. * 

tiet^ ads iiim% ieM^cd 
to Mp Viigttoa Mach ex- 
tend its tourist sMstm ta- 
to tte fall montte. The 1971 
^um was the best In his- 
toid fQi*'ttfl|^ ikdi, wkl 
fall visttatidi i^s ^ 30 
l»r cent from 19^— c<»- 
tlwttg a two-yrar Irtnd In 
off-seasw gains for Vir- 
^aia's largest travel de- 
StiHIttMl. 



Mtsda GlC. lt*ll make a believer out of vou^> 




GLC. TItt UtTU MfOI|.«f6INE 



IPA e^aatoe « elty • S9-Bwy. witt tptlonal $-speed 
ArwmiMlM twSlMe mi DMan moM ealy. Your 
MflMgt may rary dipiidlag w tew and wlwn ym 
drlie, yeur nr's eenfltfon aid ooIMmI e^iiimeat. 

inn.oo p.o.s. 



BobQwiNnw 



^•ttt Cars, IM. 



CaU m-1991 



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If you teve somviNng to ^ve away free, ^ve your 
hometowf* newspaMr « c#W, 547-4571. We'll include 
your item in our FREE BEE section irt the clssified 
pftges. Or, if you wwit $ometfiing free, like a dog or a 
cat. check ttie FREE BEE tolivnm in this issue of 
ycwr community news^JKr. 



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If y«i Mvt t «ig Of catoruyttlogroa 
wt h} |i»e »wy, w« wlU na ]«n»r elMs- 
mm »i ^BmMtt^ F«KE. Tts, ttet's rJ0rt, 
mm ran yoar cd ia ow ptyutar FREE BEE 
atetlM. This is a paUie s«rvtet provide* 
^ ymr hoin«t<NrB ommttnity unrspi^r. 

Tow FREE BEE td will reack 'm the 
rt^t pci^e wko will provide a ale* imiMftir 
ww aalmal. Aad It it's sraiitUai cist yen 
have to five a«ay, your friaods aad M%fc< 
tors will apitreciate yow g«itfa«tty. So call 
M7-457I to plaet yovr FREE BEE ad totey. 



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t^EE STORY WMJH-for 
oOildrtn to Iwlp wort- 
Jng pareats, for children 
ages 3 to 6. on Wednes- 
^ys at 7 p.m. and Satur- 
wy^ at n a.m. Chesapeake 
-MlMlquarters Library in 
lOr^t Brltfee 

FREE - Two cats. One is 

^id tdack female, ^my- 

' J other i& a, solid wkMe 

le, mietered. Both cats 

are very fcntle. Giving a- 

— way Itecause of allergies. 

.Ifepd very loving home, 

iWrfer couple preferred. 

^§f^l 547-5268 after 5 p.m. 

wm — ■■ 

xGffiUR CUTE black, ftarry 
8|MN io search of a good 
home. Mother-Goldeo Re- 
triever, father - trig, Mack 
lerrier. Plrase ^ 4U- 

: WTTEIIS, i gray, female, 
: Gl»» amy. Call 424-4S2 

* iflH>' 

: (ilWSWCTUREBOtHCtor 

• a.JWe-schoolers that ei- 
; j^teins good eating lialats 
. and autritiofi, "TN Thing 
; The Professor Forgot. 

^ee copies are available 
im: C(«siimer Informa- 
. Dept. Q., PueWo, 
[oterado 810 09. 

^'EE-%)eclal 2 year old 
story hoar at Chesapeake 
tSMquarters Library In 
Grea t Bridge. Every Toes- 
^y at 11 a.m. 



..FIVE puppies free. Five 
weeks joM. mother Aaieri- 
can %ltti, fhtter Q)J{deD 
Co<ter SfUM. 2 mal^A 
ttree females. Call 4W^ 
•S43 after S:00 we^ days 
aiid«lliieek-end. . ... 




MAKE 8U0KEY a word 
thtt m«M « Mtta near- 
bf. tH/^ drive crookf 
«my! Hr tn» mtnUier- 
lUp UiormstioQ vtUn . 
^okey INu* I, CB PMse ^ 
^«PW%M. lUft RE I 
ttMa-IUaml, Fla.Spl 
— — : , — I 

mSE-VWls iolBie Ttr- 
iNa B«u* pIoMm^ub 
ewry TuMriiy aidSwtey 
<Mrtaf litfeh. Tte Pro- 
mi is "As m um 

Tift' wt^A iNfliit at 9 
pjii. Mch M|^. Call 4M- 
mllbr rManatJou. 



SMOKERS • Do you rMlly 
want t« quit? tn S start 
hours, we bat makt ym a 
noB-smoktr, tor inibrma' 
tion Call 4il.2M<. 



J-U^M^fvmt 



POODLE- Wkile, male, 
•IM of toy peodls or 
siBaller. Mas* iroomli«. 
Lost la CcMie Pait ar. 
M. CtU M-UH. 



P0URD4Sr«t Brt^ arw 
Irish MItr P^^- Call 

4M-«rr. 



fiUkiSi 



lEVy CHfiVETTE 

ataowauc, atimitmn, 

ncsllent oJI^^HKo. 
CaHA^filBllliSHoii. 
al RtBt ACarattM-1921. 



ll-Ba»p Wm»d 



FREE Surflog program at 
the Gr^t Meek branch of 
the VirifiBia Beach pqUic 
library, We*iesday, Feb. 
16 at 7:30 p.m. Film dis- 
cussions oe area surfinK 
spots. Library is tocatMJ 
at mi Bayne Drive i$- 
poslte Lynnhaven Jr. High 
in Hllltpp, Virginia Beach. 

FREE LECTURE-Open to 
the puUic, 00 Swday at 
3 p.m., spoosoral by tlie 
Scientology Mtssten^Vi. 
Beach. This lecture con- 
cerns "The Potential A- 
tdUties of Man and How 
Re Can R^ize Them." 
and the emotional tone 
scale. CaU 421-5231 Ibr 
deUils. 




FREE PUPPY- UMm 
sise, part beagle. ApiHroi- 
imately S months old. Vetr 
gentle. Reeds a food hone. 
CaU 4»S-45»2. _^ 

FEDERAL TAX infbrma- 
tiott and assistance. CaU 
betweM 8 a.m. and 4:fi 
P-m. Telephone 461-3770. 



BE (MJR FRIEND- Adopt 
>Bd Kiye yo«r lova and 
hraie for oar animals. We 
need your help. P««ts - 
oMMitt Bnane society. 
n7-C0Q4. 



FREE-Part Germsa Shep- 
herd, 9 month old female. 
Good with chlldroi, hoose 
trained. Call 484-8267. 



FREE WEATHER REP(»T 
Up-to-Ow-hour. Hampton 
Roatb area forecast. Dial 
936-1212. 



Private breeder wiU give 
free home to wild owls, 
baits, or any Urds Kit 
waited by OwMr. Also free 
care iOr tai}in«dUrds. 8U- 
te permitM.00064Wrtte: 
JUd[ a P.O. Bes 134», 
Otesasmke, Va. 23325. 



CANT EVER grt tfaeUme 

&day? Not anymore. Dial 
1-9311 anytime. 



FREE-fOor Labrador Re- 
Wever piq». Free to a good 
bme. CaU 539-0422. 

FREE MOVIES every Wed- 
nesday at 12:10 p.m. at 
Kin LUirary, 301, E. City 
ttaU Ave.. Rorfblk. 



FREE to good home-female 
i^jgnpy 6 moaths old. Part 
Twier aad part ^tc. 
L9ves aUdren. taaU-good 
uvtchdog. Blende with white 
forehead. CaQ 487-8363. 

TAILnPES. You wantoae, 
Wve 0t a large stfee- 
^. FREE, first cmm, 
■ first served. These are 
fUtMfe pifea to ftt imay 
■tkM and ■mMs.aomt 
pon bring yoar tM a^ 
to mate yoB- cAoice ofoM 
Of these One oU pipes. 
Cnll C q iMaCa s h, Frai^ 
Un. Va., S«.6m. 

-I u 

KlPMES-Black, one mate 
■M one taiale. Ten wc^ 
(«d. MoiterKeesheand,fti- . 
Owr St. B^vard. Mi^ see 
to app^i^e. CaU 340- 
4t70. 



PSEE BOOK-"^ropiHt 
Bijah Com^ Beibre 
Ckrist." Write Mogiddo 
; MIssioa. 481 ThwsteaRd., 
> Roche^r, N.Y. 14619. 

lOTTEIIS-lU sines and co- 
; hH>s. Both laales and fe- 
amles. CaU 4Ct-3647. 



TWOhonaetooten Uttew. 

PMyfWsadfenthi. Prwto 
P a good home. One wtRe. 
E «M dait tri-c(dcHrfld. CaU 
I «7.7«M. 

f 

g FlEl taaris pragram tar 

I al m^ at GreM Mek 

I b«Kh Utoary Itarch 16 

*f at 7:30 p.m. fites, jdas 

i tanis ^BcandoB by a {vo. 

t .. II . I.. . 



3 MIXED GERMAN Shep- 
herds fkmale-8weeks old. 
CaU after sii 545^%. 

FREE-Bal9 Jtrs. Most are 
Junior sine, few smaU Jars. 
Good tor making JeUy. CaU 
420-6554. 

FREE-pi«9ies, miaed and 
shqiherd. Both males and 
fnaales. 9 we^s old. CaU 
482^1016. 



WANT MOMET? SeU ttlMs 
you no kmger need with a 
speedy Classified Ad. CaU 
547-4571 now. 

FREE FIREWO(H>-dry oak 
palettes for fir^laee. CaU 
543-0IS3. 



FREE REMOVAL from 
junk maUiag lis|s. Wrile 
to the Direct Mail Market- 
ing Astociatte, 6 Ea^ 
43rd Street, Ne4 York, 
K.Y. lOOlTandaskfortheir 
"name removal forin." 
TheyU get the job done, 
ao charge, 

BUYER PROTECTION - If 
you're in the market for a 
used car, there's a firm 
law to protect you ai^t 
odometer fixing, rolling 
back the mileage eomiter. 
Write for the free fol*r, 
"Consumer Protection Un- 
der New AntitampeHng 
Odometer Uw," frun the 
National Highway Traffic 
&kfMy Administratis, 400 
Seventh St. S.W., Washiiw- 
ton DC. 20S90. 

FREE pbotogr^by lessons 
mgU school and eoUcm 
indents interested to 
plntoffr^y aretovttedtoa 
D«e lactnr* and dmua- 
stration of stwtto Ughttng 
techniques on UutA 14, 
1877 givm tf Hwl-Pin^ 
PiMrtrait - aadto, 1517 
Measure IIoum Rd.. Va. 
Beadi. CaU 464-5747 bet- 
wea 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. lor 
reservations. 

TWO DOGS-Part uerman 
Shepherd, 8 months oU. 
1 male and I female. FREE 
to a good bmne. CaU 4lt- 
4033. _^ 

FREE trees aad stmims 
for firewood. Cat 
■«. CaU 484-6iN. 



FREE-Bom of clothes- 
wmt clothes, tofrmd- 
mattiyslMde's,AUslBes 
of dUUkwi cloths aad 
«wsos. C^ 420-3814. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
VrriES-^ory aad movies, 
craft da]^ aadpmipet shows 
Call Children Co-ordtea- 
tor. Ptar Forehand at 
547-6562. , . 

FREE to a good home. 
1 1/2 year QU male, rtcBl- 
halrad, nUnil breed dog. 
LOTW children. CaU 420- 
1442. 



GET APPLIANCE SALU 
quickly: Advertise in Uie 
Classtfied Seetitm. dm 547- 
4571 for an ad-wrtter now. 



DON'T PAY for it. Get It 
^ tt the Hcadoaarters 
Cbesiywako Piddte Li- 
^ry: original painttngs by 
local artUts, Hcdlywood 
movies, and sCu^re to 
decorate nmr home. We 
•Ino have loads of ft^ ia- 
lannation to decorate your 
nind. 

NEED A FILM or weaker 
t^r your aeitcltii meeting? 
TiM Chraapeake fiMlcLl- 
toary offers free ivogramsr 
on cultoralittaira, movies, 
and new books. 



FREE BOOKLETS: Hope 
Far Unsaved Dead. Ltta. 
Sool. HeU,ToBgnas. Write 
Bibte Answwn. Ctester 
Springs, Pi. 194». 

NEED to USE an outnrf- 
town ttiophoae directory? 
We have a tea of them at 
the OiesapealEe Publk: Li- 
brary Readquarters. 

FREE COURSE - On per- 
sonal efficieacy aad 
dmracter traito for peo- 
ple ever 21. No (^UgaUon. 
Call 428-5231 or register 
at:»)e64tbSt., Va.^ch. 

5 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS- 
3 females and 2 nmles. 
I moB^oId.HalfsiameM, 
vUli Siamese marUngs bat 
not «olon. FREE to agood 
home. CaU 488-m9. 

FREE EYE QfFO^Baslc 
fiults everyone dwnld 
teow aboat eye care frtm 
the Viiilate Society for 
the Prevaatioa <tf Mlml- 
ness. For yoar free o»y 
of *»y«r ^ lor a Llte- 
ttaie ol m0»" write:Pre-j , 
nat ainAesi, Bos 2020,1 I 
Richmond, Va. 23216. 



4yr, old pari dwpterd and 
retriever, l^t mate. Very 

dog. Needs torn with roam 
to na and fbf. Call 410- 

7837. 



FREE Film ynpaiu for 
kids at 6rc4 Medt, Win- 
dsor Woods iMd ViiiiMs 
Bea<^ branchHbfwiaiev> 
ery SptanM* moriinK. 
CM^bct UO-im fw te' 
fnrmstte on iBm mn, 
tiines tad dates. 



FREE GAMES - to ch«d[ 
out. Pit, Prote, li<popoly, 
Sam, Bi^ffl^tt, Chnriie 
Brown, «Ht^ Ann, 
Chess, RdMier p«nto and 
many more atawiHipeake 
Headqaarters Library, 
Great Bridce OdMren's 
Room. 



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jwrUte 

rnaanwi 



NEED A CAR but doat have 
the time t* traiaie trovid 
)«okiM[i»rtt?Wult(»aeU 
s car bat doa^ know wMre 
totindaMvfr?Rt)iktOse 
the evti»tctive paces of 
year IwmMaw a aaws- 
phpers' etossifled section. 

■**■■■* ■ " t u rn ■> I i n H P I 

LmcOLR - 1967 CMUMa- 
tsl, 4 «Mrs, feed body, 
Ipod traispprtatioa, UTS. 
Can 461-1168. 



1988 POMTIAC BON|fC- 
VILLS' 4 door. 4 aow 
tires, ae« h(^M. Mter- 
ie« aid taM^iD. 11.800 
mite*. lutflM wadl^ 
lui«eMdoi<«fliUyeqaip- 
ped. CaU 240-3287. 



1875 • DASHER • 16,000 
mUes, like atw, antofflatlc 
fhctory tir. I door coupe, 
rid. with white tadtrlor, 
•acriflce at $3,800, Call 
411-2695. 



MGB-GT, 1974, 4 speed, 
overdrive, AM-FM stereo, 
|4M», Call 857-0121 or 
484-6794 after 5. 



I»70 OLOSMOBILE • 4 
door. Oetta 88, radio, air 
power stflftiBc aid brakes. 
Meeds body wori[ 1600. CaU 
424-I4S4. 



"HOMEWORKEl^ 
^ & - 
wonhn 

parlance necessary; stui- 
flog * addressing envel- 
opes (Commission Mail - 
era). Earn aparetimemon- 
ey at home. 9100.00 week- 
ly possible. SEND 11.25 
(rttuadabte) « • toag; 
stempnd, addressed en - 
velQpe tor deUils; PPS- 
347, 216 Jackson 1612, Chi- 
cago 60606" 



tS-HeteWanted 



JLSS 



DODGE-M|Xl Van, 1971, 
turtle top, Hilly insulated, 
roaf top camper alr-eon- 
dilloaer, 3/6 automatic 
transmission, power ste- 
erint aad brakes. 12,000. 
4«4-n45, 



*iiBWS» 



TllllWri-J6«9S 



JBEP-im. CJ-5, drigie 
■olol, tttOO, call 425- 
7041. 



MAm-iyM, I>S (DBllkkr 

S, avnVlMS ethvtr dttU 
l-ni 6a«s«tte slerho. 



WANTED — part time. 
93.00 hour to telephone 
business firms. Etcellent 
for home makers with pre- 
school age children, Write 
Aladdin Color, 3rd A Broad 
Street, Florence, New Jer- 
sey 0I5U. 

HELP WANTED - Insur- 
ance sales, no debit, need 
sates people looking for a 
rewarding career with one 
of the larger insurance 
cpmpantes in America. ' 
Call 397-7061, 



COSMETICS* - a Marshall 
Field fimUy owned com- 
pany is expanding in Va. 
Field Creations Inc. Part- 
time conaaltents needed. 
Possible to earn $100- 
9179. Commission sales. 
Send name, address, and 
telephone number to: Box 
1227, C/0 Chesapeake 

29220. *1HiffV<restment 



t2MB.OO. Odl WHttT. 



iSS£2SSSLiM lt79TnUlfltft-TR-<.ma. mmJSSEgSmSSSSiLm 



ROCMIMATE •amed'eight 
room hoase; Duabartoa 
(KemimrUle) area. 912S 
Pius half of itUities. CaU 
497-1228 or 928-2889. 



AUTO CRUSH^wl-i Junk 
car removing. All can 
towed away frae. Fast ser- 
rice. 8H-4011. 

I — ■■ 11 I — ■ m il ■ I. . - I , I ' ij -■i» — 

AUTO JUNK-We buy Jimk 
•atos, trucks, buses.CaU 
623-2297 



RESPCmSIBLE leoMle to 
stere three bedroom 
house year rooadNwthend 
of Vir^hia Beach. CaU 
Jaaice after 6:00 - 422- 
1609. 



BUY, seU, trade. SiqipUes 
20% i«, stste ^itfaisals. 
VHTiaia Beach's com • 

Bete cote, and stamp shw 
U HUl. 1516 Tteroagh- i 
good Shewing Cosier. m^\ 



geriti»2)jolmQes.i 
SfrAM-Flf i 4 49eed 
©•erdrWe, iiggsge 
99900. Caildi^i^ 



nek. 



mm-m. n-79, « - 

^mipna asaBHioa. suu. 
CSu wl-4949 



FREE 
2376. 



Kittens CaU 483- 




FREE TO agoodhome. Fe- 

«|le Cock-a-poo, 18 
owaths old. 486-3400 



lUndlHreed tematepaiiides 
Pert haaky. flhote awl 
vwnmd. CaB422-«n>3 



FRE&^MMstara 
dog. Call 421- 

FEMAJ LE - C^^a -pae. 

FrcetoanadhoBM,loy«s 
cUMrea. ^ 940-7242. 

BEAGLE POP-6 meatta 
Grwtf via chUftaa. Free 
to good hoiM. M9-724i, 
liter 6 weehdqrs. 



WREN TOOTE GOTKIT- 
TEMB 70 spare, fhKlflMi 
good hcHses wtUi on- Free 
Bee Ad at ao cost to yoa. 
CaU 547-4571. 



FREE popnr to good home. 
Male, 6 moaths eU. Call 
483-2212 alter Sp.m. 

FREE! WBOLESALE JEW- 
ELRY CATALOG! Eaete- 
aive l)«siga«r'sGoUaetloa! 
Btrgahm gatere! Bml824 
C3evdaad, Ohto 44106. 



EIGHT HEALTHY POP- 
PIES- Part Germaa Shep- 
herd and part Terrier. 7 
weeks (M. 5 malM aad 3 
fMnles. 3 wl^ wlthtdack 
aroaad ttieir vfm, aU Uie 
rert are shqihenl colored. 
Mother te a miaantreStat- 
herd. FREE togoodhoam. 
Can 424-4768. 

FREE TRAVEL -calendar 
Itetteg tmtM schcdnlttiipr 
the mi d-iUlaaUc ana thte 
■talai' aad hpring. Ct^lw 
«• aitfl^te by vrttiiv 
Bay Bridge - 
Dept^RB, Cape 



NUfE PART CdUie nqi- 
ptes, 6 weeks oU. Both 
male and females. Free 
to a good home. CaU 421- 
9970. 



BE THERE when the bears 
wate vpl Free color bro- 
^are teUs yoa aboot va- 
catioalag to fte Great 
Smokies, te Spring or 
•lytlme. Write A^vUle 
C%mter (tf CMuneree, 
Mir AAevffle, N. C. 



nOM IftraiT eardeaUt 
Ms yaa to aU the book 



yoa caa read. Come to uy 
of flw fMr locaUoaa: 200 
CsiarlbMMl, Civte Canler- 
1^^Roid«Poit«Boalh 
bM. ' Weatera Bnach- 
* Decatar, 
Rorfidk - bdian 
Rlw Road « Sparniw 
Reed. New tocatloa te Jan- 
nary rt Geom WaMi^toa 
at MURary ftjy. 



Fom mixed breed pi9plcs 
E^ weAs oU. Anyoae 
1*0 em gfvathem a|^ 



dxed doc. Can be wea 
aaytimeid l»MKempivQIe 
IM. 



r TWEE panMs-urt Ger- 
Frae to a 

. . <W1 847-4341. 

l — ■■'. I .. ti -1 1 .1.1 , 

I CAIS-two bMk - find, 
; woidd ate to go as pair 
> CaV4M.1»ii. 



FiiE U8T«f 



^M^aie^oi^M 
•* For 




nVE year old temate ner- 
slaa. Been declav^.01d«- 
eoiQle mm ao oUw atf- 
■als perfHi^ Call al- 
twtp.*. «i-7i74. 



R<**rt R. Riiriey says: 

Know la ^naee year MBO- 
tteiial-pi^«crf.»aB^ 

b^ periods -low periods 
ud yon- Msddnt ^oie 
*yi. FREE nocmRES 
MB yon howtogit 



WHY WFFER? Free 
"Provoker" ■■ gfTtiff 
Vi^Me iaforaMoa aboid 
g^MiivrDecsaadibods. 
ROBAL naiatfes. Write 
ftovoker Press, St. Cs- 
therinM, m, (Maiio L2R 
7C9. 

GERMAN fflEHSSD- 9 
year m nte. Medilo^ 
of RM». pr^siMy Mme- 
sae to the conilry O'tas 
a large faced fwd. FREE 
to a food toiBe. Ciir^- 



tVO mJTfm^ mot.m. 
Rett aussd breed. FMMte 
loeks Uht Lady of "Lady 
aad flm n«ap," ibtete 

tanMM dlii^fla. loM 
^" m Miekteiiriaod 
Cail^lwr. 



MfefccPOBaiHt. 



V«^ 

ft«L Prat tot loedhnaM. 
Caa4tt-«i9 "^ 



FREE-For able people who 
mat to beoone more aide. 
iLeara how to iBuntiyeyour 
Ul*. tendtepi^^Bu and 
addeve yoar potortial suc- 
cess to Ufa. AvaUable now 
ta Vlifiate Beach, ^en 
hoars packed fiiU of useabte 
date oa communlcatfon, 
PUPMM aad pMteaadkow 
to adiieve them. Take ad- 
whtefeoftiisoppwtuaity 
to lean tern to dttue an- 
vailted eoadittons in your 
eaviraennt. Free. Witti 
noobUsyioo. tolntroitoce 
•cle^ix,4tjha9«»liy 
yoa can ukj to Ul*. Se- 
fistM- at i06-22nd Street 
or CaU «9-5231. 



FREE-Oqtaaereial bolt 
raete. FlfaMit.CaU494- 

tm. 



ntEE-BdM0fU bm Set- 
ter, iMBate, 1 vear old. 
Ae aeadsa good home to 
we coaaltT with room to 
ran. CaU 4i4-6M9. 



FREE aftowiag of movte 
"BriM's Smv^' at vartons 
VirgWa Read PMdic U- 
bnrhn daring we* of 
Mard 21. Codaet yew lo- 
oy braudi Ubnury iM-aae- 
MMI7 frietidetebetMmi 
March 8 «d 12. 

PREE-Oog, mind teeed, 
fanU. Aart-halred htea 
dog. Male. 6 mcaths old. 
As had fiots. Lover ehil- 
dnaniiMdifohaMrt- 
side. Can S48-d3M8ilm> 
Sp.m. 



FREl- Utmtar wtri- 
em, I yaars (M Good 
pet, saaii « good home. 
CaD4n-S04 



FRB pOGf-tem^ CM- 

ta. a^tepa rt Od-teu 

ham, cut dW-MM. 
nm taag- Cftiwf ^f 

wiMt l a tor fuivdud aitf 
tkatm. OU 4tt-MM iM- 



TYrmi SERVICE - 1^ 
home, maanscr^, etc. 
CaU 420-9594. 



AOTO jimx-mgii pricM 

paid tor Jaak ears. Qdl 
m-2499. 



GUARANTEED to stop 
amtddng fireplaees. (M 
flrqdaces risked. New 
ftr^iaMs nddeasdadp- 
ed aad MR. CalTm- 
7990. Vlrgtete Bead Fire- 
place and CUmaey Sveep- 
.ers. 



CIRCULAR rammiG- 

ChedE oar prices and 
amn cOset qooMty. We 
also prtat aewnat^ ll^ 
ei^agM, ldghsdiooU,ml- 
UttiT baMi. lAutios. 
mfitoij wanting a protai- 
s&»al product. Qu^Uy 
km Mee, laai serrice. 
Cmpleto typesettiag fic- 
U^es. For estUaate caU 
Ken Cartey(54^-«7IVMr 
Mntte Blf ^-9020). 



mOME TAX SERVICE - 
days or evmrian. te my 
hoaM.ffl8ro^%red,eoa- 
fidifdial, raasoanM^- 
cos. CaU 4tt-»S8. 



B|W C «Rf R<%ET-jW atiaa 

11.900. Call Ht-SDT ke- 
tffMi. 9 a^. .lid 2 9M. 

LOICOLN amriNENTAL 
1#T9, losdid. teMfesr it - 

AM^Hldtnclst&SOT- 
IglwlMlcfesUB stodl i»d- 
iate. iUl Mwer, eieelteBt 
condttioa.^2M.Cail«29- 
2on. 



NOVA . 1178. 6 eyUader. 
^amtoid 8Ult, air ooBdi- 
ttoaad. AM-FM steno.ai- 
egk|gB»aiUMge.|94iOO 



MERCEDES-1M8, HO«e- 



FIAT - aptdVt^ cdBver- 
tlbte, ImT irf«. 14.M0 
milaa. AM-FM siMcae. 
wire WPtoils, tMgage rack 
Days t-m -496. I 
laga.M9-in9. 



FORD-lt7Q.4doorGal- 
aite 2QS.aatogMUe, Itmim 
good eoMMoa. ins. So 
420-1257. 



low liAUao CLAflK- 
V-9. Mngaady. 9900 aet- 
«1 milas, esctfaat eaa- 
^)i^.em|)eM7 lika 
ie^. Pdttf ^MtvHi. Can 
424-4001. r*^ 



1972 aidia)iA<CB4S0, food 




21 1/2 Ft..l972 Sportecrafl 
«^ Cos faUta-i Hdl eanvaa 
G^Mn with hMd electric 
wtach, 189 K)RM6rcmiser, 
94000 OT best ofterr. CaU 

Mo SnilRnK-4 HP mo- 
tor, nsedoa^Stimea.Good 
as sew. Odl 494-4199. 

BABYBTtER aad Ught 
knwakMpiag, S d^ a 
pesk, J a.m. to 9 p.m.r 

INst 'live' mmmi^'l 
tettoa^r»47-«i4 sfSTsJ 

PART TDIE-at heme 9200 
i man mmj poasiUe. 
tefihlfaddressadatato- 
Mdeaariivotil. *JI En- 
wyrisss. 1904 TnUrfdge 
Rd,. OarlottesvUte, Va. 



HELP WARTQ} , 
CfliMes iAo«ii«)y.jn$etio| 



aterted te a hoslaess of 
yoar dwi. Weaaaist. Phone 
Lonl Amway Distiftntor 
aad get the fhole story. 
C$H 493-1987. 



IF YOU KROr MOW to 
MAKE aiA«s«ei1i, advertise 
-Servicf^ ta te* Wast Ads. 
CaU S«7.-4»7l. 



BUICK LTD, 19T9. BgM 

ana wdVuMtelaidaa tell. 
r-CoBdRloaod.lU power. 
tiR wkael, cntel eealhil. 
cassette dM^ Itea near, o- 
rt^mmmr. 90.199. CaU 

CRRSSLER - 1«4 Hew 
ttmt, iir rdMBtiarthg, 

AM^ Menn.^ JHMJfMit 
fotilQga, CTidsn edalnl. 
IffiRaqr ■oviag.anNtsaU. 
9i.fl00CaU494-07«l. 



g.OM-90 MOMTHLYI!!! 
raETBIBtHl BhMtev - 
alito,eidtlig^ easy! Send 
sdt-adteisssif aad stead- 
ed Mtetopite 90S 1824, 
C l s vat a a d,OMo4fl09. 



MOI «> HOMER with am- 
hfttea voted lor part time 
w^ttO-0977. 



CURRITUqC CXMINTYA 
noyo* HNa-Rin ettra 
MH^. M nha^^ltaM 

to yotf hoiMimBmn- 
papar.^aMMika h^. 
Big <Ste<n a s i o a a . Caa aara 
as BMct li 9200 a week 

la HM mn Um». CWl 
«• BrovB at 547-4571. 



E a^PT lGNAL 0»POR- 
TUHITY! Bs tateid In- 
4aM« att Immsdtate Mgh 
iioQM IB ChaMpaate aad 
saRMBfiag coMttes. QUI 
OOU^t-lbreh 9. 10, U 



ltov« Pickup, 
Win HMd 

For iatteiudion aad esti- 
Budaa can 4IO-204«. 



SSmia - For Eutm, aU 
ktads. ma^ and womea's 
altwnatiaaa ito. CaU m- 
8195 

REDUCE lite aad MM wHh 
OdteMt WHete nd E-Vap 
>i*eydBi- avaaaMa at 
<^wt Md^ Pharma^. 



TRmm-nK m, n 

<wmw» iird mh m9I tab. 
99.400. CaU 9VM2M. 

H H IM 111— ^— MP I I I I I _ I ^ M .MH I ■!■ I M 

dmr. stick sH^ wmTm 
taa^tioi^.|iO90MrbM 
eMir.ClD4il.92n. 

^L%!u%«Qma2( 
^EL:* Itl* llMta.M^" 

•^.aamllnfd 



f$kt HUE - 99.00 per 
to Mwhoae baainass 
I. Bseifiettfo 



-^ BrMs 



^ trnm 

»ekildr«. Write AMd- 
Color MA IMvadSt 
noreaee. New Jtfwt 
09519. 



BABraiTTER WANTED - 
iftHTova Estetes srM, 
Chesapeake. 2 Chil#en 
Qeaerons terms. Your 
home or nine. CaU ,497- 
0129 after 6 P.M. 

SECRETARY, R«kl Esteto 
Sdes. Great Br^gf Of - 
Aee. Real E^^secrete- 
rial mu» htipiU. Mart 
ba diarp. BUl BatemUng, 
Mgr., S47-7I45. 

Of FECTKHJS A CHI»»nc 
IWEASE CONTROL SU- 
RRVISQR -accredited 
e^ige grad. Witt major 
to 1 of the phjmiett or 
Hllaral^MieBQts mfarr- 
ed. At years experience 
as commahicaUe disease 
totestlgator or to woric of 
ooa^anlile leveL Grad 
stsdyte piddle health may 
sAslUate for expertence 
OB an a^ial time baste. 
^Ided tevestigi^ve exper- 
*«»riM8y snhstttiitrtor 
9 to 2 yrs. cdtege on an 
e«al time basis. Should 
he wlUing to woric te Nor- 

5»,9l2-#9,0ee Asvacan- 
^ Bern* hBdlcaate wOI 
bs. onsiderad as ttey be- 
«we eUgihto. Steti ap - 
i^<^tDiis (CO. Formp. 
a)MaUabtelh>mVa.Mer- 
tt System A teealVaEm- 
Jtoym i at Commtertons A 
Andd be recelml by 5.00 
£■-. »hrehl7, 1977 at 
w. Mtrtt System, Stete 
Fissaj* Bidg. Rtehmood, 
Vs. 22a9. An e^al op- 



iicm.Qt val-* 
ia Medical 
Technology tesued by the 
Board of Registry of Me- 
dical Technoligists of the 
American Society of Clini- 
cal Pathologists, A 3-5 yra 
cllntcul lab experience la 
at least 2 of the foilowli« 
(1) hematology, (2) clini- 
cal chemistry, (3) micro- 
biology, (4) tklood drawimr 
Shoold be wiUlog to work 
in Norfolk, Va. Satery 
range 910,512- 913,728.'As 
vacancies occur, appli- 
cants wUl be coniid|red 
as they become ellpUe. 
State appUcatlona (G. 0. 
Form P'12)avaUablefrom 
local Va. Employment 
Commissions A Va. Merit 
System A should be re^ 
ceivedbyS:OOP.M.,M«rc| 
17. 1977 at Va. Merit Jysl 
tem, State Fteauee BuHS 
Micnmooa, va. 23210. Ad 
Eqhal Onportnnlty Em r 
ployer. 

EARN 925.00 per 100 a< 
home, spare time staffing) 
•avelojlies. laformatloa, ' 
rush 91.00 and stempself-i 
addressed envelope to:( 
Money 4411 Haawck-Da-i 
veqport, Iowa 92807. ! 



FUND RAISERS-Household 
item provides 40% profit' 
no tevettmeat revilredi 
Details. Sun Distributing 
Co. Box 6355 Va. Beach^ 
Va. 23456. 



EARN BCTRA INCOME - 
In Mtfti^Ke tteM. Mar- 
kettng oppvtuBttyfM-those 
«ho anitf SomeOingdlffer- 
est and mKtting. CaU 497- 
1959. -.: 



EARN I^CTRA MONEY- 
SeU anbscriptions to your 
hometown newspiyier, 
Ches^eake Post and Va. 
Beach Son. Big copimiss- 
tons. Can ean as ntecfa as 
9200 a weekte your Spare 
time. CaU Jim Brown at 
547-4571. 



GARDENING TEClDn - 
ClAN-TOanorary Employ- 
Bieat-A]H1I 1 ttiru Av- 
ast 91, 1977. 92.75 per hr. 
Assl«t te condaeUng idn- 
catteaal program te gar- 
dening and home vageteUe 
prodactioa. Must hav#>«wn 
transpwtetion. CaU 547- 
9340. 



14-Pwritloas WanMd 



Hi 



^ 



BABYStTTOKi-Eqierfenc-r 
ed babysittiag aad odd jobs.' 
Beadi area. CaU 428-^. 

BABYSITTO(G-ages 2 add 
up. Hot lunches provided. 
Dnnedin Apt. area. CaU 
493^4229; 



BABYSITTING - 5 daySa 
Wedf] Eq^eaced. Flody 
ef t#s and fenced te yard. 
CaU 421-3949. 



SEWING - For Easter, all 
kinds, men's and women's. 
Alterattons too. CaU 853- 
6155. 



IbABYSnriNG-my tome, 2 
years and up, fenced yard 
London Bridge area. Call 
340-9460. 



WILL care for elderly per- 
son te my home. HUltopb 
area. CaU 425-^58. * 



^5lSSa*"^^ 



FOR SALE-PoolRoom» Va. 
Beach. 7 U)Ies, good lease, 
bosiness groirtiK. CaU 
497-9046 after 3 p.m. 



CHALLENGE 
OPPORTUNITY 

tatwraatloaal orgaalsatton 
neoda career miaded re- 
preseatattvaa to service 
aad iaerease MtabUOed 
^MOMa, CaU COLLECT- 
WAYNE MOiOtOE (804) 
»8-^l5jbm.fltt«i«hW' 
March 7-11. 1977 9 A.M.- 
5 P.M. 



NEra Bslra Moaey? We i^J^l-XJ^ 
■aed aomaeae lAo Is wOl- '"«■«'' e"Woyer 



1 

t 


USDA tespected. 
top-quaUty 




« - 


GRAI4-FED 


— 


• 


BEEF 

^Mtetnatlal s«vte|s on 
Mvas, garters. 

*FreehoB»ddivery. . 
*Oar pmmaal, meaey- 
hadt gaaraMe wite every 
«Bder. 

Woodmofit Farms 

Great Brt(%e 





SBARB-Fsmale, 2 bed- 
Item. Rottt mmL Ttoftete 
MaduCtfl4»^i]^ 
5 p.m. 

EZPOHBfCEDimR- 
mUdMMteB4ia«hM„ 

91M. 



good to 
Sribntff; 



tftps, CaU4:»- 



MM:4 



■»*■«■» • 1971, weuMm 
caspga. hasCfaigcas- 



mtfstrihiiieirmAante 

ra§m 9m^ Chaaa. 

fwlte sad riiitiaiiUhii 

rim mm yMM^Oar- 

witeWM^iiMl 

Mm «ar-^" " 




« 

cm wtttf 



mm 



tag to worit. RMrad 
or swi-rettt^ Year 
mad mrtodtal swrvicw. 
9 iMars ho- day. Call 940- 
9Ulor{i-lBb9.BetWeeB 
10-2. 

RRMOI»LSIRI 091 YOm 
aita# TmV flsd tee re- 
jtBlttMtatoday'aCtea- 

•^iidSectira. 



ULP WANTED - Wo^ 
iMBii la iwfc aad team. 



eVMtAOY WANTB) kcvstone 

^iwitmaNpiMV houon almmm 

(uSerparMbnemdle- 




tetn-«.IAt. 



ImrMbh CB AntMna 

*IsvisMe " eomwete tti- 

dBf * dash; no 'wMp' te Reg. WO 

SipsstopCBthtf Now 

driUtag. etemps or hooks * 18^ 

*• mtts, reaves aU 

'CB^anete 



CB2$.AMfMh0fm¥mt9r 

*Coaverte apy AM«ar ra- 

dl|latoCgk*ed«NV 

vm aader dn^ mteatn 

toiaatall 

*G«te ap tofivettoMan- 

eaptioa dtetaoce ^ aU ol. 

bar CB's. 

R«. 940 ™ w^^*, SMal (*ett or 

^ *^ fMS^rordWf trt 

tStKwJdeaeeSd. 
P^.Vagms 

m-mn 




•3408 



■MfeMMl 



..^L 



IS^ApSrtBt^^^pU 



mmmmmmmmmltamk 



Hl-gW »>«:Vl.f»i» 



7$: V,^ g»l» A^»iar-f J i-t 



ttcWme SttPri^ 



'?:30. 



r farther 
.-all 486-49.JO diiei 



"jGENTLEMEN - who really 

'know how to dance, don't 

' tove to depend on a few 

fdrtaks to give them the 

• couraf e to get op and dance. 

, Learn modern ballroom la- 

'' ttn, hustle, and disco the- 

que from accredited tea- 

' Cher. Private or group; At 

;a club or recreation room. 

Call Ms; Bobin at 422- 

'1805 



imttftfrnm Imtl «iifiBal awfwgt- tmrmmgi ' 

M ^m^ ^ ike US, i>e$t i^ Ltkof. 
MMmoi *4lMhm Hatufk-x, hnUriim tl$7S. 

No FUTURE? IN A $$ RUT? 




Contidar a Piofaasional Caraer 
Ofivina a "BIG RIG". We are a 
'PrivaM Trifling School offer- 
W a PWit Time or PULL Tune 
'Training Program, if you are 
woriting, Oon't Quit Your Job, 
atterid our \Mekend Training 
lliagrain or at^M)d our 3 Week 
FULL Thne ReMwtt Training. 

HrifctiTneitirTfmUer Trmtimglme. 

NORFOLK 
'♦99-3707 



Zl-Privatc lutncUM 



TUTORING - Elementary 
math and reading, ezper- 
ieoced teacher. Evenings 
and Saturdays. Call 4B6- 
4497. 



GUITAR, Banjo, piano, or- 
gan and drum lessons. Pri- 
vate or group instruction. 
Beginners and advanced. 
Accredited teachers in 
Cburcbland, Va. Beach and 
Norfolk areas. Call 420- 
4922, if no answer S88 - 
5603. 



INSTRUCTION CLASSES 
Nurses Aides - Orderlies- 
,/f Oak HiU Medical Training 
School, Great Brieve. 547- 
5156. 



antiqu',. s, china, 

lurniturc najikj^mericard 
and Master Charge Call 
397-8027, 

^aT-HousnoircoSsGr^ 



SEARS-Portable Kenmore 
Dishwasher. Excellent 
condition, like new. Har- 
vest gold with dark brown 
formica top. S165. Call 547- 
.2205. 



CUSTOM MADE-Early A- 
mertcan Williamsburg 
print couch. Used less than 
1 year. $200. Cafl 484- 
6768. 



HOUSE SALE -Refrigera- 
tor, dryer, anfique bar, 
etc. Must sell. Come by 
anytime; 927-24th St., Va. 
Beach, Va. Tenbee Chase 
Condoninium. 



29-WaDtcd T0 Buy 



INSTANT CASH FOR fur- 
niture, glass, tools, brass, 
silver. Will buy one piece 
or entire household con- 
tents. Call 487-8220 day 
or night. 

CASH PAID-for fumi - 
ture, tools, jewelry, or 
any household item. Call 
461-3834 day or night. 

30-Musical Merefcaadise 

PIANO - Wurlitter, Circa 
1900, good condition, needs 
tuning, $495. Call 422- 
4840. 



PUBLIC ADDRESS SYS- 
TEM - good condition, 
(1) CHB-20-A, Bogen Chal- 
lenger; (1) FM tuner Mon- 
ark FM-100; (1) transis - 
terized microphone mixer, 
4-way; (2) T-254X tuner 
microphone, desk type; (1) 
wall speaker. Call 420- 
8182. 



NORVIEW RARE C(»NS - 
Norfolk's roost complete, 
buy, sell trade, buyiflg sil- 
ver coins, 42 Soi^em 
Shonrfi^ Ceoter, Norfolk, 
853.8U8. 



ZIS^l 



etsi 



PO(»}LES PUPPIES-Black 
miniature, AKC registered 
males, 185; C4ir 427-2534. 



GREAT DANE-AKC reg - 

istere^, black, 6 months 

: old female. $160.00. Call 

. 422-2527. 

» 

', POODLES - rare black 
- standard, 9 weeks old, AKC 
^Registered, sbots/worm- 
■ ed/cliM»ed. |100 each. Call 
: -857-4080. 




2S-Pet Serrieea 




<: DOBERMAN. AKC reg- 
.■ istered. For stud, reason- 
able. Call 423-2499. 



M-Horses-CttU^te^ 

i KORSE -Purebred Arabian, 
i 3 yrs. 14 hands, grey, hau- 
! Iter broke, ready to be 

trained. $800. Call 426- 

7704. 



GIRLS BICYCLE-26', $10. 
Bell A Howl, 8 mm. pro- 
jector, ^0. Call 464 - 
5853. 



WOMEN'S genuine full 
length leather coat. Deep 
rust. Size 6 . Never worn. 
$90. Call after 5:30 - 460- 
0583. 



SEABROOKE 
LANDING 

Cboie* waterfront homes 
For the first time you can 
buy a beautifiil home on 
moving water in Great 
Bridge. Dock your boat in 
your own back yard. These 
custom brick homes in- 
clude econimical heat pump 
custom kitchen cabinets, 
bay window and many ex- 
tras. 

|t8,9S0.OO and vp 

RIcardo Realtors 

SSlJohnstown Rd. 

547-4555 



Models Open 
Sat. aad Sm. 



m 



For Sale 

DRACLET Wati , 
Gold r wide witii pLMi 
shape omantent and diA- 
monds on top. Very valu- 
able. Call 547-1802 



Ring- ladi- : sol- 

itaire Platiuum setting 
Center stone 3,85 Side 
stones, ,20 each. Ap- 
praised in 1975 for 
$11,550.00. Prlce-$7,200. 
Call 489- 17M or 423-71 13 



II-Gootfl^^toEtt 



PURE HONEY - Light 
or dark, $39.50 for 60 lbs. 
WW deliver. Bill I Kits 
Iftwey of tM Shenandoah 
Valley, Rt. 8, Harristm- 
burg , Va., 22801. 703- 
434-3953. 



OYSTEI^-Shudied in tbdtr- 
on )vlce>. Across from 
Kurd's Seafood Restaurant 
otr«f Little Neck Rd. Call 
Earl Smith at 340-5171. 



SQF3r, ^tea^wd/ WtsI 
cnbi$, Ufih, oystei's, 
shrimp, crab meat. 853- 
lira. COBB -CULLEN 
CftAB CO. INC. 



$4-Firewood 



FIREWOOD-All hardwQod, 
3/4 fon truck load. Split, 
delivered and stacked". $^ 
cm 1-357-5946. Isje of; 
Wight County. 



SS-Lara and Gardm 



IT'S SPRING PlanUngtime! 
Free cam 48-pg. Planting 
Guide-Catalog in color, of 
fruit trees, berry plants, 
grapevine^, landscape 
plant material. Wayneis - 
boro Norseries- Waynes- 
boro, ya.2?Stt. 



DON'T L-ET OPPOR- 
TUNITY PASS you by! Be 
sure to check the business- 
es for sale in today's Clas- 
sified Ads. 



PHIL GALBREATH 

Sales VMuBt Ltater is 
Jwmftry 
Wa aiiM^ db Iruiaees 






Tbere'i a .greet sdectkm 
of homee in Tidewater, if 
you're in the maftet fbr a 
house. Or, if you're tUnk- 
lug ot selling, we have a 
steady stream of buyers 
arriving through the Gall- 
ery of Homes. 

We're members of both 

area 
Malt4>le Lisl&iC Services. 

GALLERY 

OF HOMES 

PEMBROKE 
REALTY 

, 547-7145 

Greenbrier Square. 

i5aite2A 
1316 Battiefield Blvd. 



HYDBADLIC TRUCK 
Cfane-Tg 1/2 ton. 60' Wom 
excellent coMJUon, Call 
855-9596. 



SUNRISE' PARK-1972,12x 
65', mbie es^ndo, Ibed- 
room, |ist*take over^y- 
ments iof $IS|7 indnthly, full 
details from owner. Call 
490-1428. 



CHAMPION-t971, 12x6S-, 
3 bedroom, 2 bath, furnish- 
ed window air conditimer, 
shed, washer and dryer, 
skirting, $65(K). Call 428- 
6l93 ' 



HARVARD APTS.-2 t«l - 
rooms, air Conditioned with 
swimming pool! $160! 00 per 
month, open 8:00 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m., 26<W Harvard 
Dr. Phwe 543-3031; Equal 
Housing Opportunity. 



MriMMMFi 



^n^Miiir 



CH^APEAKE - Three 
rooms, bath , nice furn- 
iture, drapes, rugs, hard- 
wood floors, no wax kit- 
chen tile. Couple, no pets, 
$145.(» Dial 545-2378. 

IF YOU HAVE THE KNOW- 
HOW, Want Ads have the 
Job, Check now! 




INDUSTRIAL & 
CONSTRUCTION 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
ANDAfR^^ 
' TOOLS i/ 
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4333 Bainbflclge Blvd. 

NORMAN DEAK: MGR. 




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.Air Compressors 

.Space Heaters 

.Chain Saws 

.Welders 
^.Forkllfts 
• "Crenes 

.Pumps 

643-5723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



Builders 

Hbme Inprovements 
Contractors 
Garage Builders 
Robin AdAtlons 
Aluminem Sding 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen RemodeUhg 



545-7318 

Hugh E. Black, ST. 
1800 Park Awnue 
Cbesapeake, Va. 



ROOM^ADERieNS 

*A11 silts of laragviM 
attadMdfartfes. 
*Convert garage to a den 
or fkmily room 

Ctramk Tfle, Brick, A 
Blodcwork 

We qieeialln in 
Home Impcovemeits! 

RKBUCK 



^nne Improvement Co. 
)ra-MS9 897-7178 
ANYTIME EVENINGS 



You (?an Use 
This Space 
For»7:98 
a Week 



PIANO tuning and repair 
Player pianos also re- 
paired. Old piano a specia- 
lity. 

CaU486-5d16 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extraction c. carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
stripping, window cleaning, 
carpet and upholstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
insttrM. 

FREE ESTHKATE. CaU 
DOMESTICARE at 485- 
1971 or home call 487- 
77»7 



-t'aiio'iu«T "f'-'l ,l'<sH !i«i- 

ers with "Help Wanted" ads. 
Call 547-4571 now for your 
quick results! 



Clark Enterprises 

Landscaping and Tree 

Service 

'Bush Hogging 
•Gardens TiUed 
414-3258 488-5904 



ARTISAN SERVICES 
Formally Rowe A Long Ser- 
vice Department. Joe Rowe 
Concert Piano Tuning A Re- 
pairing. 

Call for estimates 
484-3684 484-6365 



You Can 
Use This Space 
»399 A Week 



WANTED - Female Room- 
mate, for young Mother 
with same perferred. Vir- 
ginia Beach area. Contact 
Bonney, after 6, 340-6384. 



FOR RENT-Fine room and 
beautiful bath, in wonder- 
ftil, naticulous, , t^iet 
Christina home, ft^ fdr 
Minister. Delicious home 
cooked meals. Can be ar- 
ranged for. Fireplace, 
homey atmosphere, near 
K(xer Executive Center. 
References checked. 853 - 
472u. Leave your name and 
number with Mrs. tatem. 
Your call will be returned. 



Si-For Sale Vt. Itoedi 



OCEANA GARDENS- 6 
bedrooms, 2 baths, living 
room with fireplace, din- 
ing room, and den, fully 
carpeted. 428-1754, -428- 
3611. 



FAIRFIELD - VA aw>rai- 
sed $69,000. By owner for 
$66,900. 4 bedrm. brick 
ranch, 2 1/2 bath, den with 
fireplace, fenced yard, 
many extras, Open House 
1 to 5 daily, 661 Lord Dun- 
more Dr., Call 420-5321. 



GREEN run-Low assump- 
tion on this Contemporary 
3 bedrm., 2 bath, 3 patio 
ranch on oversized canal 
lot. Energy saving fire - 
place and heat pump. Call 
340-5258. 

BRITTANY ESTATES - 
Lakefront, wooded, 4 bed- 
rm. brick ranch, den with 
fireplace, fenced yard, 
bulkhead with fishing pier. 
Available immediately. 
Many extras. Call 481- 
0646. 
.^^ . _ 

WHAT'S HAPPENING in 
Virginia Beech? Keep up 
with the hometown news 
with a subscription to the 
Virginia , Beach SUN. De- 
livered to your mail box 
for an entire year (52 
weeks) for only $7.00. CdU 
486-3430. 



.KJONG FOREST -3517 Spa 
t?*flwl M., q»en bfflWie A to 
, , j^fet. A^i PresHife com^ 
':' munity close to l^s<^and 
*vjiehoOli - Clean! teMy tor 
occuiancy. 4 bedroom, 2 
"" 1/2 laths. Any type financ- 
ing . $56 , 500, by owner. Call 
, 428-1200. 



RAINTREE-4 Bedroom, 2 
stories in cpiiet, wooded 
country. From $34,950. 
Call 485-3054, 488-8206. 



9t»f *r lA CfciB^ertM 



HOLLY COVE-No money 
needed for VA buyer on 
this 4 bedroom fenced cor- 
ner lot townhouse. A. Wil- 
lis 547-7145, 420-9212. 
Gallery of Homes. Pem- 
broke Realty. 



RAINTREE-3 and 4 bed- 
room ranches in quiet, 
wooded country from 
$34,950. Call 485-3054 or 
488-8206. 



GREAT. BpjiWiE - BAT. 
tlewijod meadows Jusf rt- 
duooi, New Colonial ranch 
with Williamsburf U>9k. 
HandUtde eabiitets eat-tn 
kitchen, t»y window, den 
with fireplace, real beams, 
room over garage, large 
lot, heat pump, 482-2211, 
547-7161. Builder. 



•I-L^ferfcte 



EXPERT HOUSE PAWT 
ING- Interior, exteriorj 
make minor ri^irs. FREE 
•fitimates. Call 853-9119J 



ALL types renuitelii«* 
plumbing, electrical, raa- 
sonary, no J(H> too smalli 
Call 587-1301 anytime, lb] 
or night. 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

for 
People planning Homes 
A Custom Builders 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
333 Providence Rd. 

Call 464-9^17 



LOT i...iean>ig, Grading 
Demolition, Acreag< 
clearing. Small or larf 
Jobs. By the hour, or Jc* 
FREE estimate - caU 547 
1802. 



By VA or FHA 

CHESAPEAKE - 49,500 
4 bedroom, 2 baths, l?rick , 
with central air, family 
room with fireplace. Call 
Ruth or Jim Cochrane at 
588-3057. Higgins Realty 
420-3120. 



GREAT BRIDGE- Com- 
mercial site, high traf- 
fic area, great potential, 
partial owner financing. L. 
Cullingsworth 547-7145, 
424-5426. Gallery of 
Homes, Pembroke Real - 
"ty. 

GREAT BRIDGE - Wilson 
Heights Prestige area. 3 
bedroom brick Colonial 
country kitchen with bay 
window family room, fire- 
place, built-in bookcase, 
handmade cabinets, wooded 
lot. 482 - 22U, 547,7161. 
Builder. * ' 

HAVE AN APPLIANCE YOU 
DON'T use? Sell it for -cash 
with a Want Ad. Call 547- 

45'; 1. 



CAMDEN POINT SHORES- 
60 minutes from Va. Beachr 
Ready to build. 4 sided, 
canal surrounded lot. Ap- 
proximately 2 acres. Ac- 
cess to Albermarle Sound. 
Septic tank, deep well, ele- 
ctricity and bouse founda- 
tion. Like a private is - 
land. Call 340-7951. 
FREE BEE 



MpNUMENTS, BURIAL 
LOTS - 2 burial lots and 
Bronze Memorial 44x13", 
$800. Call 464-3780. 



LAWN A TREE SERVIC I 
Removal of trees au I 
stumps, lot cleaning, and 
cutting grass. Insured,^jr5fe 
, estimates. Call. 423fMi6 
anytime. ^ni 

MS ^ 

HOUSE CLEANING-WtdlD 
house cleaning attics, faH- 
ages, and hauling of^dU 
kinds. Call 543-7jl4. 

■ TTTf— 

PLASTERING - LARG^, 

small. Very n 

Call 623-^67. ,^^^ 

yaw 

FUIE EXTINGUKHERS^- 
deal for home, car, imt 
$4.98 ea. 3 for $13 (C^) 
Free home delivery--SWf 
DISTRIBUTING CO., OHx 
6355, Va Beach, Va. 294(16 
nod 
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FINISHED OFFICE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. A Albermarle Dr. 
7 finished office sites 1/2 
acre each. Water, sewer, 
curb A gutter included. 
Adams McCabe k Lester 
490-2791 



IF YOU 

DON'T NEED 

IT SELL IT 

WITH A 

WANT AD 



donpope'-|- 

REALTY "3 

Don Pope has opened areal 
estate office in the Aein- 
broke Office Park aOMss 
from Sears in Peroi^^e 
Mall, ''ns 

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Rent them, and Buy 



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Pembroke One Building 

m' Virginia Beach^ ^^ 
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NEWSPAPER PRINTING 









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We print newspapers for colleges, high schools, military bases, 
churches, anybody* wanting a professional product. We print ad- 
vertising orrculars, too. Your newspaper or circular makes an 
impression. Be sure it reflects the image you want to project. 

Check our prices, delivery and snappy offset quality. Com- 
plete typesetting facilities. Call Ken Curley, 547-4571, or Norris 
BIy, 627-5020, for estimates, no obligation. And we'll appreciate 
the business. 



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Loans 

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3025 Dogwood Ter.-RedcUff Meadows 
3 bedroom brick ranch, unfinished rooni over pr- 
age, kitchen and family room combination with ca- 
thedral celling, formal dining room, 2 full btths. 
Forced air heat, n trees <» lot. Utility room. 
$55,900. Call Taylor Realty 484-4542, Agent on 
Dut y: Debbie Taylor. ; 

Tht RMltors b^w arc professlfiMU ia resl Mtate 
wke Mtoerikc to a ^rtrtet coda of ifties as aintfMrs 
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That's the wie thing y«j wwi't get w^^ yoi call ywjr N>metown 
community m^^O^r. When you call i^ for • low-cost, quids- 
acting classified ad. ^H be greeted by a friendly pers«» wtw's 
rea<fy to listm to ymir situation and help out as best she c«n. 
Bec«Me Wfwi it ccmies to personal »wnetown service, we're 
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MarCh 9, 1977 



SUNDIAL 



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Penn St Club 

Dr. Albert L. Gibber, associate pro- 
fessor of |eol(^ at tbe Pennsylvania 
Stote University and director of the 
University's Marine Science program 
at Wallqps StaUon, Va., will be the 
guest speaker at a (Unmr meeting of Oie 
Peon State Club of Tide«ater Virginia 
m Prfabiy, Mar. U, at the Pine Tree 
Inn, Virginia Brach. 

Dinner will b^in at 7:30 p.m., pre- 
ceded by a social hour. 

Dr. Guber will discuss Penn State's 
"living laboratory" at Wallqis Station, 
a program (tescril)ed by one student as 
"wtet a sci«iee education sluHild be— 
hands on, muddy slwes, mayi>e even 
seasidmess." 

FprtlKr information on the alumni 
gatlwriflg is available from Elaine 
Hoop, 877-7394, or Dan Rogers, 622- 
7420. 



Youth art 



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Tbe Virginia Beach Department of 
Parks and Recreation in cooperation 
with Virginia Beach Public Libraries 
announces the Seccmd Annual Ytnith Art 
Slow with puldic display and judgii« 
in Pembndce MaU Mar. 12. Youngsters 
can enter the ctmtest by contacting the 
aftersdKM^ playground closest to them 
or the Virginia Beach Department of 
Parks and Recreation at 497-44M. 



Bikers 



The Tidewater Bicycle Association 
Will be meetii^ at 7:30 p.m. tonight 
(Mar. 9) at tbe Janaf Shon>ii« Center 
pri>lic library, and the public is in- 
vited ^to attend. 

Guest speaker will be Tom Thomas 
of Southern Bicycle Shop, who will 
^>eak on new things learned at the 
New Yoii( Bicycle Show. 



Yoga class 



A free introductory class in move- 
ment meditation is being offered at 
the Aquarian Age Yoga Center on Wed- 
nesday, Mar. 16 at 7 p.m. The in- 
structor is Jim Snidle, who incorpo- 
rates the techniques of b(^ Tai Chi 
and Sufi dancii^ in this joyful experi- 
ence of learning to move gracefully. 
. Another very special dateto r«mem- 
ber is Saturday, Mar. &i, because on 
this day the yoga center oiiers a free 
yoga class, a free delicious vegetarian 
lunch meal, and a free class in the 
ancient Chinese art of Tai Chi. 

A tree class in yoga, including body 
postures, breathing practices, and re- 
laxaticm techniques, is ofifered to be- 
giniwrs of all ages before each new 
e^ht week course begins. 

For more information cratact the 
A<piarian Age Yoga Center at 620 
14th Street in Virginia ^ch. The 
number to call is 425-9414. 

Trade show 

The sevrath annual trade show, spon- 
sored by tbe Innkeepers of Virginia 
Beach, will be held on March 10 at 
the ViiYinia Beach Civic Center, 19th 
and Pacific Avenue, from 1 p.m. to 
9 p.m. 

The show will feitore booths, by 
iqpf^ers of products and service to 
motels-h(rtels, restaurairts, cl^s and 
maiqr other users (rf institutions pro- 
iaeis and services. 

A door prise and prises offered by 
some of the exhibitors wiU be award- 
ed by drawings, to those who regis- 
ter; ,,.._„-.--.:...-. -^ -.- - 

Admission is free and the public is 
invited. 



To imsltKte ymr grmip's i^ivities in SUNblAL, 
mail to WH. 1^ Rostmonl RoiKi, Va. Baach 23451 
Notifieaiion of evwtts takif^ placa after Wa<ir»el<toy, 
the SUN'S publishing day, inusf be received by 
5 p.m. the previous Friday. 



Artmobile 



NWCA 



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The Viitf)^ Museum's artmobile 
exhibition "American Marine Paiitf- 
i^," will be oo msplay Mar. 14 and 
15 at Hie Viifittia ^ach Arts Center 
and Mar. 16 and 17 at Bayside Junior 
High School 

The exhibition futures worls by 
American artists depicting the sea and 
its influence on the Commoovealth 
and America. The euMbit U sponsored 
by the Arts Carter, located at 18th 
and Arctic oo the oc^uifroBt. 

In aiklition, VBAC director Dick Cos- 
sitt wil host a lecture oo Ameri(»tt 
marine paintings at 10 a.m. and 7 
p.m.. Mar. M, at the Center. 



Cox musical 



Tbe Fine Arts dqiartmenlof Frank 
W. Cox High Scboo? in Virginia Beach 
will presei^ tte St^en Soiudheim a- 
ward-winning musical, "A Little Night 
llittsic". 

The performances will be held in 
May in the High ScIkwI auditorium. 

For further infonnation call. 481- 
6207. 

DAR meet 

The Princess Anne County chi^er, 
Daughters (rf the American Revolution, 
will meet today (March 9) at Z p.m. 
at the home of Mrs. Owen J. Moore 
Jr., at 303 20Ui^reet. 

Hostesses with Mrs. Moore will be 
Miss Ruth M. Ford and Mrs. WU- 
liam B. ^Imeyer. Mrs. Norton J.. 
Ashman, Natiiwal D^ense chairman for 
the chiyiter, will give a program on 
national defense. 

Mrs. Everett A. Mttchell Jr., ch^^ 
ter regent, and Mrs. I^ewaft E. Hud- 
dleston will serve ts delegates f»>m 
the chaiAer to Vbe DAR's Vit^nia 
State Conference to be held March 
15-17 /at tbe Joh^ Marsliall Hotel in 
Richmcmd. 

Mrs. Clarence J. &nith Jr. will 
att«id as an alternate delegate. Junior 
members, Mrs. William H. Colona 
Jr., win serve as pages at the con- 
ference. , 

Mrs. H. Calvin£^MiBhasbeenselect- 
ed as the chapter's Outstanding Junior 
Member for 1976-77 and is in c(»ipe- 
tition for the State's Outstanding Junior 
M«Bber award. 

iC-HIClub 

A meetii« of the IC-HI Club wUl 
be held at 7:30 P.M., Thuraday. March 
10, at tire Emmamel Lutheran CInrch, 
SOI Lynn Sliore Drive at Virginia Beach 
Blvd. 

Tbe putpMe of the meeting is to 
plan future recreatioul activities, sign 
np new members, and plan an org ani- 
xational change for tbe Virginia Beach 
chapter a the "I Can't Help It" Clidw. 

The clida's primary purpose is to 
organize m^ningflil recreational 
activities for handicapped persons. Fe- 
Inruary's activity was a Itm-fitled af- 
ternoon of competitive games with pri- 
zes awarded to the winners. Plans are 
now being made to qxmsor a dance 
for our March ev«t. These are some 
of the kinds (A activities the clnblKves 
to organize in tiie figure, and success 
of these events i^p»ds upon your la- 
tere^, sqiport and participatiai. 

All parnts and iaraiUN (tf lawQ- 
<»pped persmis in tbe Vir^nia Bea^ 
area are urged to attoid this meeting. 
Other per»»s interested bi bel^^ 
handittpped peo^ Sod wanting to v(fl- 
unteer their time or services are slso 
weloMne. We need everyone's help! 

Contact "Mr; Harry E. Baird Jr., 
486-3110, if furiter iaformatiao is de- 
sired. ^ 



March is National Membership Month 
for Navy Wives Clute of Ameriu, 
and theTlAwater Area Council <ilubs 
are laun^ag an ail out campaigh to 
(Artain new members. 

NWCA is tifie <»ly national organtla- 
tiM foi^ wiv^ of Navy, Marine Conw, 
and Coast Gtaard enlisted servicemu. 
Assde^te membership is available to 
aU cMw* wlvM» b(4h military and civi- 
lian. 

The NWCA clubs in the Tidewater 
area are: Norfolk #91, Admiral Lopa 
McKee #136, Princess Anne #143, Tide*^ 
water #190, Dam Neck #207, Ports-^ 
mouth #221, and LitUe Creek #241. 

For further information eonta# 
NWCA Tidewater Am Council Pre- 
sklent Donna Henry at 424-24M. 

Spring tennis 

RegistratkMi for the sprii« therea-> 
peutic recreation i«uiis classes has 
b^un and wiU continue through March 
17. Classes are held at the Center 
for Effective Learning and begin ou 
March 26. 

For additional information, contact 
the Department ol Parks and Recrea- 
tion at 497-4884. 

PC AT films 

The prqiared Childbirth Associatkm 
of Tidewater (P.C.A.T.) cordially ia- 
vites tte Viiginia B^ch community 
to attend our free public film showings 
t^ be held at Tidewater Community 
CoUege, Virginia Beach campus , on 
Mar. 11 at 7 p.m. 

The films are oUed "Birth Withmit 
Violence", and "Life Before Birth". 

Alpha Chi Omega 

The VirginU Beach-Norfolk Alpi^i 
Chi Omega Alumnae Club will sponsor 
a fashiM show at 2 p.m., Saturday, 
March 12, for the residents of Holmes 
CooviUescent Center, 4142 Boimey Rd., 
Virginia Beach. 

^ring clothing, fbinished by King's 
Dqiartneot Store, will be modeled by 
Holaies residents and ^aff members. 

Hie program will also fmture an 
exhibition by American Gymnastics. 

Mraibers of Alpha Chi Omega 

tile d^ingy ftn^n^ i9$4imiax^ 
and door prizes, and will narrate tiui 
show and assist the models in drras- 
iiif- 

Women meet 

The moi^y meeting of the "Hde- 
water Chapter, American fulness Wo- 
men's Association, will be held Mar. 
14, at the Steraton bm. Military Circle, 
Terrace Ro<»i 3. 

G. W. Ritter Jr., viee-i^rMidert td" 
j(riins Brother, will be theguest weak- 
er. Associated with tiie Virgtaiia Oil 
Fuel Institute, he will speak on "Wea- 
ther/ Siq>|dy /Conservatikm. 

(te Mar. 20, a spring tea will hi^- 
li|^ the ABWA's enrollBent event. 
Held semi-annually in the same room 
at the Sieraton, it is planned to intro- 
duce tbe ABWA to area women. Mem- 
bership is by invitatiM osAy. 

For further informatte, interested 
business women may coHtact Mary A. 
Priiddy, cittirman, or Ibrgart K. Exti, 
0blic affairs chairman, at 444-3853. 



Seniors 



^ AM five Virginia BBaek Senior Cit- 
ixens centers are bade in ttieir reg- 
ufau; meeting kicatioBs lUtor tMqior*^ 
•rOy bekig ckised due to the eoBrgf 
ieiiais. , 



Piftied Pay 

at Princess Anne 



It WAS Ssmt Week at PrkiMsi Anne mgh Sdwol lastweA, 
and FrMty tiie stateats iImM out tt MV s^tiitttes. 
comply vMi T9^x4 ho|« vad hda iKNiM. nesf ''real' 
cool ea^" wMk m hida pto^ are (I to r) Teri l&rttey, 
Mkmy Lewk and Rttfli RaiBlltoa. 



McRos^y, Byrnes 
engagement 



Mr. and Mrs. Lecoard 
H. McRoskey of Los An- 
j^les, California have an- 
nounced the engagemrat of 
ttieir daughter Mary Mc- 




h4ary McRosk&y 



Roiricey to Lieutenant (]im- 
ior grade) John L. Byr- 
nes, U. S. Navy, s(m of 
Mrs. and Uie late Ci^itain 
William J. Byrnes, 4617 
Copperfi^d Road, Virginia 
BMCh. 

The engsgement was an- 
BooBced at a family gattier- 
kig to toe himteoftfie bride- 
elect's paraito. A wedding 
date of Jme 2f. 1977 is 
planned. 

The bride-to-be is a gra- 
duate of Marymount Hi^ 
School and toe University 
of Smtlieni Califomia 
(1974). She is affiliated with 
Gamma Phi Beta Sor(»ity- 
ia 1971 she was presoied 
at toe PrasMitotion Ball of 
the Soctail Service Anxi- 
liary. 

"ne groom - to > te is a 
graduate of Baysbte B^ib 
Scho<d uad a 1973 gr^Mhaite 

He is 

i|n engineeriiqpiip-Mwbile 

attaeM to^ Navd Post 

Graduate SdMol, Mootffrei^ 

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Miles invites you to browse 
through her collection of 



furniture 
glassware 



silverware 
art ob|ects 



h£BXlcrafts 

^ery baadbags 

brass sculptores ^Us 

pupp^ linens 





old clews st^ plate 
rare collectors item 



2828 Vftginia Beach Blvd. 



Lynnhaven ^K^qiing Center 
(^ to Old Straw Bat) 



Students 
leaders 

Four Virginia Beadi high 
sctool students have bem 
named General Mills Family 
L^ers of Tomorrow. 

The stud«its, Janice S. 
Turner <d Cox Hi^^ School, 
EUttbeto C. Nash of First 
C(donial High School, Lto- 
4s. 8. Krusk<q» d Kellam 
High School and Susah C. 
Hodges of Princess Ame 
HJI^ SdKWl, were sheeted 
by scoring hi^st in their 
schools in a written kiMW- 
led|e md agitate emaina- 
tldn affiiH^SucaWsiQIon 
throsfhotrt trthe ^Mtnr. 



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In 1977' more families, are 7 
going to be planting more 1^ 
garilriui than Pver betpro] " 

H'Fs 



Farmer named ACS 
chairman for Beach 



The American Cancer 
Society Annual educational 
Md fund raising crusade this 
April in Virginia Beach will 
be umier tlw chairmanship 
ol Kenneth W. Farmer, pre- 
sk^t of Fidelity American 
l^ak of Virginia Beach. 

Farmer said syndicated 
columnist Ann Landers is 
tbe 1977 Nati(mal Cirusi^ 
Chairman. The crusade, 
which will involve 2,WO,000 
i«ln^eers aattonwklB, is ra- 
te' the hoiorary chiiirman- 
itfp (d- actor J(An Wayne, 
wko Kored a pers(Hial tri- 
umpb over limg cancer. 

Farmer r^iwted "Our 
Viif Ma BmiA volunteer 
crwade torm numlm^ w^ 
(wer 100 (bleated in- 
^vuluals, • intff'^^ citi- 
s^ who ve dMMtingthdr 
time and Mergy to ta^ tAe 
ouKer Mt <tf the sp^Ught 
nd pM it wfeere tt behMgs,- 
taMMA»tbq(*s.'' 

*Pam<Mt names are i^- 
tBtUm m drairt^ Mrttoatf 
^H^ to tte erutt^'Mr. 
Fanw Sato, "hot mmm 
tmmn maa^b^, umi- 
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ItTiT coriaici«ring tourist train, bus 



By LEE CAHILL 
;mN PuMk AtUtits Reporter 

SwMvative pUn« now uoder consid- 
ei^JkioB hare m iwtratta) of making 
pfttte trtM]>ortfttion a boon to Vir- 
M Beach. 

4|low wmld you like to ride a train 
h«|w«eD Norfolk and Virfinla Beach In- 
St|M of bucking traffic on tite high- 



aV'Avnjn 






kt about tbe pofsibiliUes of get* 
UjpT More touri»tt to leav« their cars 
atOdotels and tska^a bus to the beach 
ai&l other attractions in the area -- 
life Cape Henry hnd the Naval Base? 
jkity Councilman J. Henry McCoy 



told Council at an iaxui»ia. 
Monday aiteniMih that these ideas are 
real possibll]U«- and that he would 
hate more inMmntioa on tbe tourist 
bus in two td rair weeks. 

McCoy, a rrtember of the Tidewater 
Regional Transportation District Com* 
mission, said the idea of using the 
Southern Railway tracks as a possible 
route between the ocean front and down- 
town ^tMk is stiU atllye. There 
uted.to Ijt a MMUni^er train along 
the liM vntil aixxtf 19fS aHl the»e may 
be again. 

ne Tninsportttion Olstrtct had a 
smscwifal mniflMf buf nmtotte beach 
last y»p, moktlf <kloi« Virginia Beach 



•j.ju><.-T«rd, and eipects to reestablish 
the line again this year, James iSchols, 
Commission dirjector, said. ' 

Echols offered a slide presentation 
on- transportation at the meeting and 
said that the use of public transpor- 
tation along Virginia Beach Boulevard 
is aecood in the district, only to Gran- 
by Street "and is growing every year." 

The District, wjtfch serves the five- 
city TUei^ter ai^a, tries to match 
tbe demanl with supply and the (Re- 
mand is along tbe growth corridor of 
Virginia Seaeh Bouelvard, he said. 
S«. 1^^ that the District also tailors 
wrvice to fit weds, cltMg tM van: 
to^ ^«p«iB prmnoted to ^ peoj^ 



to aod from work, more econoRUG^ly 
/by using vans to replace prt^jtrgifi 
This prt^nuD, h» said, HGmr sub* 
sidized wi is stm^orted, totelly bj^ 
fares. . ' 

Otherwise the Diatrlct has a |3 mil- 
lion deficit during the current < year 
which is funded hatf - and - half by 
tbe localities aiKl tte federal govern- 
ment. Peder^ foods will be avail- 
able, he' said, at least until the end 
of the flve-j^r program of which the 
district is bow in its second year. 

This money provides fol- transpor- 
tation over ^0 miles of routes and 
21 million rides a year- ilQrfolk lines 
miOce tq> fot' 60 per cert of tte total 



service. , 

Councilman Floyd E. Waterfield Jr., 
who has expressed reservations over 
sp^Kling public money for transpor- 
tation, nked whether tbe Commission 
had any idea when the "ta^ak-even" 
p^t woidd be reached. 

The buses can never be operated 
on tbe !»sisi of fares alone, Echols 
said, OBless tbe fare Is increased 
to 12 to $3 and the nuaober of trips 
per day redaced to a bare minimam 
But these measures wouldn't sandy the 
basic needs of pe<q>le who can't travel 
any other way, ^ said. 

He added> however, that with each in- 
crease la the cost of aids travel, 



a few more pec^le wiH iMbMl riding 
buses. 

In response to a statement from 
Councilman ]<An A. Baonr <dp the ne- 
cessity oi havii^ em{doyeiiifliM»uraie 
tteir employees to use bosMi, City 
thmger George L . Hanbury ^ ttat 
ttie savings in bus operations wUl 
d^^end on tbe Navy's ability to get 
the peofde to ride buses. 

McCoy said tbe slide presetrttttton, 
which stresses the advanta^s of pub- 
lic transportation, is a valine to any 
group that wants to use it. 

He also said that more information 
(HI tbe summer bus route will be avail- 
able in two to fbur weeks. 



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City turns 





to 

for kid care 

by 0$ry Fuflwion, 
SUN editor 



Kevib needs a home. 

At least, Kevin ne«(b i home away fnnii home daring tl» 
Ajr. K6vl&'s mother^ got a Job under tbe new Virginia 
Work Incentive Program, but she needs some one to take care 
4|K«Tto belDre she caa take fbefdb. 
|fKevin''is a fictitinin name, bM tbe sitvatioo if Very real, 
Tit will become mi4i^edtai'>MdA|irilIiRten the state's 
1 iaeentiv* iirogaHpt bcgjis in aaattem|rttoflM.«fflBloy- 
Uk those mt liik^irtoyM or oo weUiiv. 
b#re does a mottierunl^r^esecircanstances- -needing 
some one to care fbrhercMld or children wMle she works- 
turn? In Virginia Bet^h she can tarn to the city's social ser- 
vicH 4<t|lirteeot, or nort specifically, theAidtoD^ndoit 

^ASer a lioronfh examinattonofthesititation, ADC puts the 
KlAing mother in cootact with a volui^eer "mother" who will 
cm* tor the chUdren, matching the day carl helper to the 
(ilijld HirouKh locatidn, compatability, hours, Itc. 

youngsters whose working hours conflict with the care of 
th^ child. "It's hard to say bow many volunteers we would 
mKi when WIN ntarte. It could be from a smarter to ddaUe 
thtt figure," sm Hanbury. "I wonldo'tbe surprised if within 
ttie first six tnbntts under WIN our need for volunteers will 
dotttde." 

So Ha^ry and his staff of three social vmiters art ask- 
ing lor foltthteers to be day carehel^rs, especially after 
April tr Hanbury $tUd volunteens Mte needed more in the 
Ken^iphlle area, tbe.B^h front ari», arouixl the Princess 
Aim jpourt Hoas#H:<piiilex aiM| swtt to t|ie Carolina line, 
and Cbttege I^rk. , 

*Mght now thei^tMt concentratii»i of day care helpers 
are ietim areas h tbe city like Aragona Village and Prin- 
cesf AmM Plasa, * said Hanbury, "but we would really like 
to l^ye more of a baluce throoghoid the city. " 

^ari>ury ezplahts carefuUy that a day care helper is not 
Just a babysitter. The person who undertakes such a reponsi- 
bility wiH normally be with the child for at least five days a 
«e<^ and pgrt bavi ftnnoderirtandiiv of childhood problems 
aod deTeh>f^nt.«!)1hoii|^ mo^ Jobs wilt be during the day- 
time« some (ky care he^rs could be needed in tbe evening 
or at tfght iMce^^t might betheonly tiiae the child's per- 
mit fiouU get l|iA>. 3, 

S^ure In ymirs^f 

Anbury at^ e miriusi ted thsA a wdunteer helper d^s qot 
jeelA gr eat dea l ^ » d uc a tion> -H<^oP^rtrrtolM^>»n^^er' - 
son w1k> is basically wcure in tiwmself ad i^ vwld be 
be securf with diildren. The ^uoteer also need not have 
children,^ although that would help. Hanbury said each per- 
aaa vi^ volunteo'S to be a he^r is handled on an indtvid- 
ual bads. No two pftrsons or their home envinmmoit would 
bett)#«une. 

Votontoer day care helpers are t^id ^ per day per child 
(based on more Oan fOiu* hours <xh ea^ day) to he^ feed 
and care for INIdtftf. But, QM^vOluntiier most be ftbatfcially 
abl| to meet 1^ or her own needs with mi the addftiaoal 
income . In dfaer words, a voU^eer shouldn't count on tbe 
addtttonal iarame to svndemmt their income, ftymerts are 
made once a monUi, but "somettees the ned tape holds 
ttlnp # Do that tt Hn't a rigid schedule" saM HaiMry. 

Also, during a school year most of the children Involved 
in tte ftognm are pre-ibhoolers, and during eveningbours 
JH is both tie pre-schoolers a«l eleowntary age chUittw. 
^outeM W tte agelimit set tor the program. 

'^Qtf» olfbe crtterla in sele^tag a volunteer is being iA>Ie 
to praise a good atmospb^ for the i^ld," said Ka^ury. 
"We do^ iMan ccmj^nt (»e-on-(»e attration, bM anatfio- 
siriMTf wtere m dttld can become Invtdved. A home that 
Ms ripdarv^Mi^ activities, such as games, playtime, 
etc. ^ an tdn\ atmoi^re." We are especially looki% for 
thosi viMMeers irho cab haaAe mor« than i»e child. " 

HMtaqr Mid a mlnMw mwt be wittini; t any 

(Md, i«eui^MS of nm m ethnic hadfroBaa. -i-fentls 
reqidredJ^^ Mi«ifi0MWi(»BBotac9^ttltr«le, then 
«e have tojdMttc VM* nrvices," llrtwii'J pointed out. 

To IwQ^^ Mw 'MMltoers care forlhe extra children, 
iUAvry's 49UimMtMpmges first aid classes incooper- 
iK^ with m Vlrgtols1litoKedCroflS>"Ita person has not 
hi^^^ flrit m tnMllr. «• vlU pMwidt access to one of 
VM^^tiMMi wmn iMfr first 12 moutbs," The city also 
wita wtth the Mtt^ my FaaUy Center m Swth ^i%et 
in Mv«bq^ pertodte i««MMI^«*nuurs tor child n«4|e- 
w0i ui tfevetoiMMliNiieh^ wMiMBWhe^trcanitbM. 
"" BA« Rantetv MMntt^tti d#Bflaent has n^^ 




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Virginia Beach, Va. 



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Liz & 
John W. 
toming 




Virghiia Beach Neptone Festival of- 
ficials am»unced last week their lat- 
est coup, which will sorely draw many 
more visitors to the fsO fvetA. 

John Warner, former- Secretary of 
the Navy and head of the 1976 National 
Bicentoanial Commission, has accepted 
an invitatton to participate as parade 
marsUU of the Grand Coronation Day 
parade Ocf. 1. As eo»parade marsball 
wiU be Warner's new wife, beauti- 
iDl film star Elizabeth Taytor. 
^ Festival officials indicated that Mr. 
Wara«r's agent, Andrew Wahlquist, in- 
diorted hi his last letterof communica- 
tion to them that "Miss Taylor's 
schedule is opea, and she plans to 
J<dn Jobn in toe October 1 parade." 

George Savalas, bushy-headed bro- 
ther of Telly Savalas and "Stavn^" 
on th(^r Kojak television series, also 
has iniUcated he i^ns to particqiate 
In the Neptone Festival parade. Of 
Gre^ descent, Savalas wQl also be 
on hand lor "Heritage Day" along the 
beach boardwalk. Heritage Day is a 
celebration tiy area ethnic groups and 
will featorie dAuciae, music and cul- 
tures Trflhetf iPiiiie^ve countries. 

Heritage Day was ei^blished dur- 
ii« the 19t4 Neptune Festival and has 
become on of the highlights of the 
ten-day celebration. 



W^ifufWfeet ana pN>pb^m00wimfrdute 



Major artery plans 
for Cleveland Street 



Cleveland Street, a six- 
block roadway lined with 
comn»p^ and industrial 
establiMOnents in the 
KempsviUe area, will be- 
come part of a major net- 
work connecting Indepen- 
dence Boulevard to Newtown 
Road. 

City Manager George L. 
i^nbury told City Council 
last week that he plans to 
include the widening of the 
road to a dual highway in the 
ne^ bond issue in April. 

Anticipating improvement 
of the road, the fl^ hasu 
tried to h^ve new business- 
es conform to requirements 
which will be necessary when 
the road is completed. As a 
result Embury recommend- 



ed denial of a request for 
a variance from Alfred M. 
Mason who owns a build- 
ing housing four retail es- 
tablishments on Kempsville 
Road, 

The City Engineer's Of- 
fice has stipulated thait a 
perimrter curb for the park- 
ing lot had to be constructed. 

Richard M. Swqw, at- 
torney for Mason, said that 
his client would like to pave 
tteir parking lot to the street 
over the city's 20-foot right- 
of - way and to defer peri-, 
meter cuiibing until after the _ 
street is inq>roved. Theper- 
leter paiidng would bav« to 
be placed within the pro- 
perty-owners bounderiesand 
thus restrict him from using 



the right-of-way forparking. 

Swope said that on the 
south side of the three block 
area where his client is lo- 
cated, every establishment 
has paved from the building 
to the str^t over the rigfat- 
of - way. WhQe establish- 
ments on the north side have 
not d(»e this, they are not 
of a retail nature, lie said, 
and don't need so much park- 
ing. To single out his client, 
he said, is not conforming. 

Hanbury said tbe establ- 
ishments on the street liave 
use<L the city Tight-of-way 
for parking, and that the dty 
.did not want to create a new 
sitiation where a property 
owner may q^iose the road 
improvement and create 



more difficulties. 

Tbe perimeter cnrtung is 
to keep cars from parkhig 
on the city right-of-way. The 
curbing also has tbe added 
advantage, Hanbury said, (A 
keeping cars from rolling off. 

When Swo|>e said that his 
client was willing to put in 
writing bis intention to con- 
struct the curbing wlien the 
road is widened and he is 
required to relinquish tte 
city's right-of-way. Council 
was agreeable to trying to 
work out a solution so lo% 
as the commitments pro- 
posed by Swope were legally 
bindii^. The matter was re- 
ferred to Hanbtry for ad - 
ministratige settlement. 



tS:¥:W?^:¥::ft?;:W:¥S;ftS;W:««tWr^^ 




want people like Doris' 



By GARY FULLERTON 
SUN News mtor 



imtrnMomi page 12) 



You oan tell by lo(4Eing at h^ eyes 
as tiiey foUow every movement tf 
the children: 

You can tell when (»ie <<thlii comes 
to her for comfort, and she tovingly 
holds them and talks softly to them. 

You du tell Doris Eure lovac these 
children. She loves them as Vttey 
were her own. 

The.^ldren are not hers, bat sim 
(toes caie for them five ^ys a wed^ 
DmIs Eare is me (tf abCNrt U9 vol- 
mAmt day care helpers provldiatcMM 
Mura fw tte Virginia BoMb AM to 
Dependent Children program. 

At hor home at 404 iilamp> Drive 
in ;Malibu, Doris Eare takes care. of 
three children whose motter iwks 
<iiirtog the thqr and was unsble to IM 
anyone to take care of her chiUren. 
4 Doris and her bmily moved to Vir- 
f^Ktk fctcb about two years ago aftM- 
imr hagjbnad Lufber retired fitin tte 
f^^AMrd. Iter threa bi^s, LMwr 
tt, lAiry, 17, and Vincent,14, w«« 
jusi «)KMt grown. When a frlMiit 
tortulwl ta* AM a fear iiia 
telf ago to 'ftte ^Uf (tf Mtf^^e^, 
Doris toMd Ml i^ A^iaA wl- 
ontMrM ter ser#Bw. 'm^ 




Mrs. Ows Eure 

"I Jui^ low dlMm and tove to 
te wmA toem," ste saU. "I talked 
^ owr with my ta^wad Mid we boUi 
Ivreed my partie^iMaa in Ms pro-« 
gram would be a good tUng." 

RigM tsm, three chiMnn ara ou^ 
for during tte werti and simettm^ 
a tonra^oMMrcUhfwtenpMUtos^ods 
haw a ^ off. Tte reerMttoo rknu 
of ter a«itf-as-a>iin home tes plMfty 



of toys scattered around for tte chil- 
dren to play with. Aadste makes sure 
they have a tend in tte responsibil- 
ity of picking them up when it's time 
for them to go home. 

"Really everything works out well," 
she says. "My husband is off to work 
ami my isons off to school when the 
children arrive in the morning. I have 
plenty of tiem to give them break- 
tefet anl get ttem playing in the fam- 
ily room. We read, play games, anl 
if the weather's good we'U go outside." 

Mrs. Eure says tte childrea are all 
tts^^^ MCfced IV by two or three in 
tte^jpenKxm, and ttet's plenty of. time 
for 'ter to prepare di^»r and get 
re^ for ter funily to come teme. 

DoHs Eure is typical of tte vol- 
unt^rs ttet telp the city provide day 
care service. Right miw, the city's 
»Klhl service department is looking 
for more Virginia Beacters just lite 
ter, becauM after April 1, tte state's 
wOTfc incMtfve program (WW) starts 
helpi^ ttMmplo]rad pers(»s find a Job. 
Many of ttese nmployed aresM^n 
wto «^d not t^ s J«b tttds MMr 
one cared for their chUte^m. 

With an iM:rease ol^Mrw aeetog 
(tov oow. mm% v^i^iers are ^ad- 



ed. According to Carl Hanbury, head 
of tte social service dy care pn^ram, 
a day care volunteer would not te just 
a teby sitter. Tte person wanted must 
teve an ukterstaadiag of childhood 
problems and childhood development. 
Mrs. Eure's siiuaticm is ideal: tte 
children ste cares for are with her 
<torfi« tte day and bnk to tteir par- 
ents early. But some diy care ser- 
vices might te ne«l^ in the eveni^ 
or at night, since ttat might be the 
only time the parent could work. 

"I've never ted to care for a child 
at night or m tte weekends,' said 
Mi^. Eure, "but if I had a little im- 
tice, I probably woaki." Judy JotaSon, 
a soetol wwker wito ADC, said if 
an emeq^ncy an^e a^ it wouU te- 
come ne^ssary for the vtd^^ to 
care \w a tMiA oMsbto of ^^mss- 
mal sch«iule, "it's perfectly all ri^tf 
for tbe pareiA to irarfc dire<^y wfift 
tte vol^eer. All U^ would tew to 
do is kc^ our depaiinMt aMscd," 
stesaM. 

OMia Sure V sewre wito h^^ 
a<mi^ to ter nto as « pttwn, a 1Mb, 
a iHi^, tti a <iiy care ^^m. 
ABC MMM to tad mm mM« |^ft 



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ompete well 



ODU confereni 



^ed 




Anne DEC A 
brings home state nonors 




Brad Boswell 



loSDrmll 



V ■ 

; ' Virfinia Betcta Itig b school 
^'i'ltiirewittftUves «t the an* 
.<^Wifl "Vircihia DistrilMttvfe 
\>^bllcaboii Clo^ of America 
.^fiCij finUs In Roanoke 
. last veekend piled upre- 
iq^ecUMe booors dwlnc tiw 
thn»4irt6mpeUUon. 

More than 600 ld(h scinol 
stodeots from thrOoKlKwttbe 
sUte eompeted in various 
DSCA^iotlecoriM, and aU 
V)i«lita fictpk hi(k school 
I^A cootiaceots walked a- 
ira.^fMi.E«»rds. 

Toniii«tiie list was Prin- 
cess A«ie HiilSclioolOECA 



Shirley Carter 



nenkers tAose fcoqij 
ered a Gold Award. vb» fA 
^4 amrded (kiiiBf ^ com- 
petWMb A fieUAvard Jig- 
idfled ttat tte l>^<bUlui» 
ai^unkted MO or more 
poMs oM of ape^JB^l.OOO- 
B&ie imrds -^Wmxiag 
Wast S(9Mxds IMr tMOis 
tot^d 190-900 poiats-iKeBt 
to tte JDECA cootinfnits 
flhw Bifside^ KelUs, 
KM^sville, and ^rst Ct^ 
nlal. 

C(n High SdHwl nabbed a 
Brooke Amird, totalling ^p 
to 100 points. 



ft/CK Fortune 



^bdividial winners in the* 
DECA competition were Jo 
^rulU, Shirley Carter, Les 
%Si^kt and Jon Sovocool 
J^inpsTUle High Scbo(d. 
and Kidt FoHwae oi Cox 
Hli«. 

JRt^^niill took first place 
in tfie AiHparel and Acces- 
s(»1es, master emidoyee 
le»d, product service tech- 
f^ogy. &i the satte division 
BumcerovBer level, dis- 
^y, first place went to 
Kempsville's aiirley Car - 
ter. Sbe also Uxk first in 
tte A 4 A, raaniq(er/owner, 



Les Basnight 



product service technology, 
and was overall winner of 
the division. 

In General merctandizing, 
mastor em^oyee Iwnl, •op- 
eratkms, Rick Feriiine of 
Cox to<A: second jdace. In 
the same division, manager/ 
owner level, product ser - 
vice technology, Les Bas- 
night (tf Kempsville High took 
first {dace. Les also coH>ed 
first in the same divisirai, 
manager / owner, selling. 
Les was declared overall 
sec(»d place winner in the 
division. 



Jon Sovocool 



In the Pood Marketing di- 
vision, human relations, 
second place went to Kemps - 
vllle high's Jon Sovocool, 
who also was declaim over- 
all second place winner in 
tlie food marketing division. 

Us. Pat Van Horn, DECA 
Instructor at Princess Anne 
High School wto accompini- 
ed the i^vie^ m the Roa- 
noke trip. rciiortsdHa^Br^ 
Boswell of Princess Anae 
High was elected southeni 
an» vice president in the 
state DECA clid). 



nanrnd 
teWJposf 



The Virginia S^let jr, tor 
Hospital Public Ri^ations has 
elected and installed as its 
-president William Boone, 
""^imnmuiiity relations direc- 
tohs^ Virginia Beach's 
Tidew'atltr Psychiatric In - 
stitute. 

The installation ceremony 
was held at the society's 
anpual meeting in Richmond 
^rUer this month. 

Mr.. Boone will succeed 
immediate past president 
Mrs. Jo Downs, administra^ 
tive assistant of Virginia 
Beach General Ho^tal, who 
wUl BOW serve on tte socie- 
ty's board (rf dire<^rs 



Old Dominion Univcriitv 
will sponsor a day los 
terence on "Secondaiy i- 
Kicatlon in Virginia - Mov- 
ard the IMOs " to be 
..»-iu i.um 8:30 a.m to 3:45 
p.m. Frjfday, Mar. 18 at the 
Sheraton Beach Inn (S6th 
Street and ocean front in 
Virginia Beach. The confer- 
ence^ is designed for admin- 
istrsifcrs, supervisors, tea- 
chers, and central-office 
personnel. 

Specific topics to be cov- 
ered in workshops include 
the state- mandated alter- 
native programs forsecood- 
ary education; competency 
testing and the high school 
student; the role, rights and 
responsibilities of the sec- 
ondary administrator and 
teacher; the computer as a 
managemeot and instruc- 
tional tool; and the current 
and future status of fund- 



(cular 




tng for 
ricular. 
activitieo . 

A group 
reprea 
state tdneati 
local school 
versity will umtum 

Keynote speAker will be 
Dr. J. Lioyd Trump, associ- 
ate secretary df the National 
Association of Secondary 
School Principals, who is 
the author of Bumei'ous books 
exploring changes and 

growth in e<i/>ftn/la.rv g^ . 

Cation. 

Fee for the workfiMp 1« 
$25, which include* limeh 
and all materials. Rctistrt- 
tion must, be conuiletcd by 
liar. U. Fi|r f«rtbier4.iiifor- 
mation on the cosli^eoce. 
call the Bureiiu <Kt« Field 
Services, OBU Seh«pl of 
CoBtinoing StuSlfes, at 489- 
6467. 




More for, 
than in jail? 

"It looks like we're going The city will probably need 




to have more people working 
fbr the jail than in the jail," 
quipped Viifinia Beadi City 
Councilman George R. Fer- 
reU. 

The occasion was the em- 
ployment <rf eigbt mm cor- 
rectiOBal officers for the City 
Ml with CooipreiieBsive 



fbe men cvm tten, but Han- 
bury Mid that it tocAed as 
tfaoi^ CETA fBDds wwld be 
Gtmtlnned I9 Congress. The 
CETA fflooey is intended to 
naake Jobs. 

The City villalsoreceived 
additloniiig fbndiBg iotwoez- 
istilg CETA pregnms — 



■I H 5324 Virginia Bead) Blvd. 



*imi/Mk!'mpimi$i^i'imt0»%kom mm^^^Mi,. 



Off to am KCA state finals 



WS^m^m siBie fiii^ te Mieif VlrgiBlB Bludi DtCk 

::$mM$kem^ BMcai^ am «t mmimywmiam mA five 

fiM* s^isti. Tie sMwIi left tor Ite twe-dny Mie IDECA 
■mmmimrmi^iim'bm ike Hamt^Sbm^ Cm- 
4«r liifc IMr^feak Bdvtars, Ttitf "kM We— ipeting 
Isr be 1^ to represiBt VUfUk Is Mt MtttSBU DECA 



«rtf: 



^.4H|b, Wrtaa Beae, Uada Edwards, Pat 
Fffi Potter aad 1^ r«r«iM; Itmi Kel^ High, 



Daaa Beasley, Aaaetto Walsh aad Pamela TaUey; from 
Flrat C^Mdal High, OrtMe Secrlst, Carter MeRee and 
MleiMal Ueks; tcpn Priaeess Aaae BU^i Deitfse Dlckaoe, 
Ivy Koener, JklUblt buaMi, Ckaij Mpnitt, tevid RUty 
Bad Brad BoBVdl; aad fram KeapsvUle High, SbaUa Ward, 
Rita Rose, SUrley Carter, HoUy Stoat, Jo Spn^, DavU 
Dreaao, Job SotocooI, Les Basai^t aad Cbariaa Cra^ 
David Wasor represeated Oaaacoek High, Ikrali Gonaaa 
r^TMflrted HMlfcaaptoB Sealer, aad Dain TaoBf, D^rab 
ReeihMB nd Dava Jeaastreet rq^esmted Parksley Hi|^.. 



Ferrtilt ite to leartf how- 
ever tlBt tbfr^i^ BMftwere 
OBly a drop ia the bw^et 
compared to the pnpsonael 
vUch wiU be seeded to(^r- 
ate the aew jKU. Cityliau- 
ger George L. HariMry Mid 
that over K new emptoyees 
will be needed to staff Oe 
newjalL 

The ecMBinieBt a^soBi^wer- 
ed a qnestim of CowietUiiiB 
Flofd E. Water^ld Jr. Is 
tbe city going to have to fimd 
the emidofees i^oi CETA 
f^adsstop? 



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Get scholarships at Atlanta Institute 



ViHginia Beach Ugh sdKwl 
seotors interested iafcllow- 
iaf a professioaal carreer ia 
conmerclal art, iateriar de- 
sign, pbotography or bsldon 
lUw^tioB cm compete for 
1^9 sclfQtai^s to flte Xrf 
b^todeofAfiaalB. 

fltt" JaiMtate te (dferbig a 
tGtel <d |36,2« to scholar- 
ija flteimfr prtfetnmd 
ne BdKdH*- 

are fMr MB tirittoe 
- 2 yaan (I 
cOBsecMi^ iparters), aad 
fovr taM taitke BCMtf - 
^Uft - Z years ( M coa- 



secBtive (purters. ^ 

To apidy tor the scbobr- 
sl^^, a Mgh shcool s«iior 
nnat sabmit his or her art 
wnt, iUasbratioim, des^n 
pr^f^ lo^pfin^^i^ ac- 
otfdiag to tfee foQowiag dir- 
edlMu: 

I. I^^tnaaw,a<kiressaBd 
teUftaoae m^e^, and name 
ud address of Uf b «Ao(d 
OB the bade ai eufb ^try. 
2. , Mail eatry sidiiBis^K 
to: Sebohr^ Conaatttee, 
Art iartNute el Atia^, 3376 
Pnchtrae Bold. N. E., 
AtteM. Geotfla 30326. 



Ddrtos most be je^ 
cdved bf April 30. Winners 
to eaeb eat^ory wUl benot- 
ified by May % with a tet- 
ter of coofirmaticm to h^h 
schoolflddii^e doscimeBt. 

4. Entry ^t^cts nay be 
lacked q> after May 30 at 
the burtitBte or will be re- 
tuned t9 Sept. 1 by nail. 

For eimmercial art, entry 
requtrenents are: (a) a pen 
ani ink, paicfl or fett tip 
drawtag, and subject, (b) a 
siagte color wash rendering 
as^ odor ink or water 
cotor, and subject, (c) Atoll 



color Illustration in any 
medium, and s^ject. (d) A 
gr^Ato des^n, any subject. 
(e) Mazimsm sixe 15" x 20" 
MinimuQi 8 1/2" x 11". AU 
entries must be matted, 
mounted and properly identi - 
fied on the back of each. 
For fashtoa illustratton, 
the entry requirements are: 
(a) a pot and tek ttlastrafion 
of a fiiH &shion figore. (b) 
a composite Qlustration of 
foshicm accessortes, shoes, 
jewelry, handbag, ete., any 
medtom. .c)aocM0ipositi9nof 
two or more facte to ctotr- 



coal. ,: d) all {deces to be 15" 
z20", matted, mouDted and 
prqaerly ideidified on back 
at each. 

For totertor design, toe 
entry reqaireineids are: (a) 
an tok drawtog of a floor 
^an to 1/4" scale showtog 
tocation of doors, wtodows, 
fbraiture and lighting. ^) a 
1/2 " scale etevation of any 
portion at toe above room, 
any cotor, any medtom. (c) 
cidor scheme shall toclude 
simulations of flow, wll 
and torniture (toveriaipB and 
draperies, (d) all art work 




pretty Beach homes 



to obsM'vance erf HlstMic Gar^ Wedc in Virgiato, 
m VtttK^ Beadk G^^tea CM will ^oesor a toar 
ot^ bowis, a ^i^ , aad a (tercb to tt« resort area. 
is UnaMaiV i^giHt, item M akn. to 5 p.m. 

fNMa an |S nit ihay i» pBKbased at ai^ hMse oa 
Ml ^ «l fle toor. LuKbeea wiU be anOlaMe at Gal- 
ilee episcopal CtomA, PmsMc at lOtb Stre^, tram 12 
nooa to I p.m. The agrta^ ea^ettoa (rf^w^ aeffle- 
poM will be oa nddldt. 

Adbmc 00 the tour are: 

Braiaerd Boaae - 12M. m^ Bay Stere Drive - to Bay 
Coloay ofYirgtoto Baaciu Tm «^ ea «Nb Stratify 
Coloay OrtNi} aad fdUm grNa artews toBMn^ame 
Ort right MdpBfktag wiHbe to W^fiiAlsathe 

left. »w..w a moat, by a sbmUI Mdm, jkm arrive Mtte 
carved fiE$St doors tf ttos eoalMi^imry hoMe owHiaok- 
w^ Mtofli ij Mat ea bmop testers ei a 
tHK MiiMliriaaaaH. 

Maafi^JOantoB - 12tt EaM ^ Smre iM«e - a toiMy 
■-* " — ■' "^ -raettmd mft * piaattwwr p^to ^rt 



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tfjwWtin^a. 



Huxtride HMse - 1100 Wind»>r Umi - Bay Col(»y. 
TMs caebaatiHg yowg home to a iw^^w'«toavle of 
brl^ ctAon mMoi a siaay hi^f^ itiu^tm. Bq^- 
ing this houe, cm is contiiwoitfy amre ol V^atmr's 
tove ci bo^ aad toe sea. There an many f^^^al&m- 
t^pm^ry paiitftogsattl tovelyIdeces«€weA^^^tthrngb- 
o^ tte hOBsa. ne ftower arraagers, 1^ l^^s^, aad 
toe hoiM o«Mr are all mMttera M the Ma^Mr Viifi^ 
B^eh Garden CMt. 

^aaaj Hbom - 6^ Cavalier IMve - tejr (^a^. 
TMiUt a i^ridy eotAu^eruf ievm i^UifialUr ^^etei 
UMmg M^ oaks ud . nqdes w^A Hw cwwn ' 
car^ffly piwarved. lie VMk rom aad taH rfM 1 
ly tliree stories high. Tbey are trartd w^ ftw* lato* 
boa htm ttM ftnas a p^M bf^hpvaad In- tte otoh-'s 
etdtoeOoa of "Tara of tba 6iii^'^ db^ d'tfrts, 

TrctaM Hoase • mi Oeeu FnA Tbe teoat jMd to 
a HFlnBlDg port; m grav4tfad ^^u^m has a Aito- of 
JiVM« flw ItiniUhlnsa AlUMly cMMae <*wtofeetf kai- 
f^fMSMiMMMli^orary. Ai yoa Mer ittaVMag tiWi, 
tte tint ta^tVMtoi ^W^miatmx - yoa took al^glk 
eat ttl«Bi0i i tj^n-iM^M pH^ to Im •MaaMg paid 
aadtoeiHa. 

frim Wemt - TIM Cte«m Fn^. Cnmmi «ee (tf ttM 
i^^^MrtOiiAM Virgil^ ^uA.^s«ftr^rbrM 
M jftto^tMrlte hto to 19M to mttMa ti t m^ 
ft iiiiiato I laitwt 11)11111 vtews. A tor^ MMtof ^MpMrn 
mmttee IbU le(M to ftt m^ ftmA ttv^ nos «tt 
MW^ •cdo^^.y^dl «^^aad ^m, a pntmA back- 
f tof t^lpa et'ipetoliagt. ' 



SpbtfiMig 
Or#ttv^ 
of 
Yaaterday. . . 



Welmve 



ftM«ll|Mv««ard 

aad |«6«ffl|».i{R)Nr.'Title 6, 
tacraaslBg^ toto ^ni tnm 
1890,000 to |336,«)6 for a 
total to I, n and IB awards 
to 1195^209. t 

Tbe utodtoll prompted 
CouacUmaa John R. Griffto 
to ask ^dNiry to make a 
rqjort OB toe umu^dpated 
Fed(»al toads v^ch tave 
bett received 1^ tbe <dty tUs 
yea^r. '■ ■ 

Vice Mayor I^tridc L. 
aaadtog added, '*Aodbal- 
aace tbraa apdost whatjroa tr 
jHdB'trecrive." ^"^^ 

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slMdl be on 15" x 20" 
bo^ress lllustratton board 
Md properly kientified on 
tbe bMk ot each. 

Fm* jb^grj^X,^^ the en- 
try requtoen^nts are: (a) a 
brief paragraidi ta^toing 
i^y you have cbos^i idKte- 
grajdiy as a career, (b) a 
^to pwtfoUo d^icttog 
your &v«-tte sob|ect (3 to 
5 prints), (c) a wif por^ 
tnit. (d) aU prtoto shall be 
8" X 10" black aad 
iriitte, mowted and properly 
Uentified <m back of each. 



gtossmreaad 

taaelA 



adto reciWto irftoe day. 

IF ANTMH^S ARE ftxm 

wrvE 

^T EVERYTIMIO YOU W^NT. 




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LiwriMvea BmiUm Ctr 
2U8 Va. Beacb Blvd. 
Virctala Beach. Va 



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it 
out! 



Stop fooing around and cut it 
out — the s ijfoscrpon tfenk 
bebw. that is. 

Your subscription to the aJN wl 

give you the whole picture-You 
can enjoy reading about the people 
down the streeLfresh and tjright news. 

You'd be dolars, ahead, too. ■ 
Your $7.(aD fivestment in tfie SUNT, 
wl be returrwd wifittie advertising 
values youl find your very first Issue. 






&l^ read^ abMt ^er MMds airf a^^mv—ttl^ 

iWB b^ lad 1^1 it vtto f«tt> dwA to: Vtoiiya 
^^ 131 ^mm M^WilSK^^ 



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VlniaUi Btaeb Sm, liirch W, 197? -%% 



light 



A one^woman show 



, WJbw} you s«e this paint - 
, tag„3rour emptlons will pro- 
baWy run tte gamut nom 
tnger to ^y, trpm frMstra- 
tJoBjto eaajjatty, and you'll 
aks "why?" 

, The patatint d€|)icts the 
starvinf children qt Biafra, 
aod it's one of many paint- 
ings done by Cana^o-borj), 



now Virginia Beacher artist 
Leslie Gibtis. Ttough 
March, Ms. GibbsiftetfiU»it- 
taf ft one-wwuA «to« (tf her 
paiatlnts which mostly tfral 
with dramatic slices of life 
and ev(Ae aa4 emotioiial re> . 
s|J«se fran tte vlew«r. 

Her paintings are dis- 
idayed at Mutual Federal 



Sa»ii^ and Imn inth#I!ui- 
top Nortti shoHJing Center. 
The painting described 
•wlier wis done by Ms. 
Glbbs at the reipiest of the 
Uhlted Fuml, which wanted it 
to heighten public awareiwss 
of the starvttig children of 
Biafra and Bangladesh. The 
painting has been siMMvn 




Ml$t teslie Gibbs and her Qmrd-winding portrait 



throt#0(it ttke U.S. 

Ms, Gtt>bs' ww-ks are done 
in a variety olE mediums... 
oU^, acrylics, graphite and 
mixed medta. Each canvai'' 
makes a stof0AeM, whether 
it d^cts a m^rant woiier 
from the Jields of Florida, a 
Saturday \igM at the drive- 
in movie, or a cat eyeing a 
goldfish in a bowl. 

This is her first one-wom- 
an show in Virginia , however 
she has had several eidi&its 
In California, Miami and 
Europe, including the Salon 
de Juin in Paris (1972), the 
Collection Sofico in Madrid 
and the Liebermann Collec- 
tion in Brussels. 
- For a while Ms. Gibbs 
lived in Marbella, Spain and 
had her own gallery for sev- 
eral years. She recently re- 
turned to the States, and now 
lives and works in Virginia 
Beach with her husband Jon- 
athan and her two scms, Jeff 
and Jordan. Because she has 
an established market there, 
she continues to send most 
of her work overseas. Most 
of her works on display at 
Mutual is for sale. 

The e]d)&>it is interesting, 
compelling and well worth 
the trip to see it. Mutual 
Federal is open weekdays 
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and 
from 10 a.m. untU 6 p.m. 
Fridays^ 




OX new head Catholic group 



Uxs. Mary Ellen Cox, who 
last'^t!«u' vns setected as 
Vlripa Boicb's First Clti- 
ac^Jtan been In^aJUed as 
the ^4fli presideiit of the 



Virginia Beach and Norfolk 
CatlMlic FamUy and ChUd- 
ren's ftonrices. 

Hie IttMiknation was held 
Sunday, Mar. 13 at the 



,j l^ach calendar 

March events 




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SUN CITY CALENDAR NO PIX 
Now thi»a»mr|o^: . Ci 

rehjl^ Teen .Center youth lAysil 

, ra«i Jr. H^ Sch0<fl. 

Ifarch 21-26 Registration adult, teen anil youth recrea- 
tion classes, Pembroke Mall. 

March 2S40> 7:30 p.m. Auditions for folk play. Center 
lor l^ective Learning. 

March 28 Sprlftg therapeautic tennis ^classes begin. 
Center for Effective Learning. 

April 1-30 Rehearsals for folk play. Center for Effective 
Learning. 

April -1 Owl Creek muidcipal tennis center changes to 
summer rates: |3/hour-ftdults, |1.50/hour-juniors (18 & 
under) seniors (60 & over). 

April 2, City-wide youth kite flying contest. Mount 
Trashmore. 

April 2 Spring youth classes begin. 

April 9 Ninth annual city- wide easier egg hunt. Princess 
Amie Part. 

April 13 Parks and Recreation Commission Meeting, 
Municq)al Center. 

April 14-15 Auditicms for "Jonathan LiWngston Seagull" 
locatiOT to be announced. 



Be Va.Teen queen 



agency's aimual meeting at 
the Onm IntemationalHotel, 
Norfolk. 

Mrs. Cox, who lives in the 
Little Ned[ area, has been 
a member of the Catholic 
Family and Children's Ser- 
vice for four years. 

She has also served as 
chairman of the Mayor's 
Committee on Aging in Vir- 
ginia Beach, member of the 
Governor's Advisory Com - 
mlttee on Aging, president 
of tile Cape Henry Women's 
:.:JCMt«^M tto-direawial^e-t-.. 
^ttraMMsiiJVniaQteeatfro- 
'gHiii: AttvlMrf ComdnHee, 
and the Virginia Beach R.S. 
V.P. Advisory Committee. 

She lis ^ed in Personali- 
ties of the Sotttii and Com- 
munity Leaders of Virginia. 

The Catholic Family and 



Children's Service is a Uni- 
ted Way agency, serving the 
area since 1932 with offices 
located at 5347 Vii^U 
Beach Boulevard and 145 
Dupre Avenue, Norfolk. 
< Other directors installed 
with Mrs. Cox were Kenneth 
G. Rick, first vice president; 
Dr. Louis J. Marconyak, se- 
cond vice president; Alfred 
E. Abiouness, secretary; and 
Denis A. WUson, treasurer. 
New directors serving on 
the agency's 1977-80 board 
are: Mrs. Cox; Dr. Patrick 
tJ^ HenneWy; I3M:, Jaw^ l.lnk; 
Father QvA fiun», pastor of 
St. Nlcholos Church in Vir- 
g^a Beach; Mrs. John A. 
Stanley; Denis A. Wilson; 
Dr. Louis J. Marconyak; Dr. 
Cletus A. Cole; Dr. James 
Bukovac; Dr. Louis Farano; 
and Andred J. Conlon. 



Beach arrivals 



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Final plans are now be- 
ing made forttesixQi u> 
nual Miss Virginia Nation- 
al Teen-ager pageant to be 
held at Longwood' College 
in Fannville on June 24, 
25, and 26. 

1500 duh will be awarded 
to the winner, in addltioa 
to an all-eq>ense paM tr^ 
to the National Pageant in 
Atlanta where she wUl ^m- 
pete tor JlQjm In cash 



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BANES BYERLY 
Presltort 

KENNETH F. CVRLEY 
^ ^.C^cral ltoa«f er 

GiteY FULLERTON 
Itows Eftttoc 

; MUlBTHUSlfAM 
^rts Eitttor * 

£EB(mAH FOWLER 
BulMasJIai^^ 

JUf BROWN 
Clrc^tiM Manager 



PnlUAed n»n 9ttBm • 
4ir%#ytrl]r AihllMilBM 
Wk mOt mL» located at 
m WiwtiB^ m., VIr- 

9ha, v«. um. 

^(1 <AHtt poitegtliM 
nmmiif a^U: 17. 



sdiolftrships. 

Tte rrigBtaiglltss Virgil^ 
National Teen-ager is Judy 
Huuracker of Bristol. For- 
mer winners are Elaine Re- 
nee JobttsoB of Hampton, De- 
borah Lynne Craig of Dub- 
lin, Sandra Showker of 
CraJKsTine, and MandyMtdi- 
dy of Soanoke. ,. 

Contestants mnstbe 13-17 
years of age as of Jan. 1, 
1937. Jn^ii^ Is based <m 
scholastic - achievement - 
leadersh^; ptdse - per- 
s(»aUty; and beauty. 

Ilten is speech competi- 
tion on Um pageant thene, 
"What's Rlgl^ About Ameri- 
ca". 

AndicatlOBt and tarOier 
Information nay be (^ilained 
by writing Mrs. Donna For- 
rest, state directe>r, P.O. 
Boi 10162, Oaries^, S.C. 
29411, or teleph(»M 808/571- 



Mr. and Mrs. James 
Allen Hawkins, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 
Clayton Midgett, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Craig 
William Bolts, daughter and 

Mr. and Mra. Keimeth 
Elden HcCann, daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUlam 
Alphas Cooke, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Lucian 
Colley, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 
Paul Kelly Jr., son; 

iif. uni Mrs. Russell 
Edwin Neal, Jr., daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald 
Duane Cunningham, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 
Lyn Kantowskl, soa; 

Mr. and Mrs. George 
Thomas Lindsay Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Lee 
James Gregory, dai^hter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Davis Meachum, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs Michael 
John Vance, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ed- 
win Gibbs, twin s<his; 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard 
Julian Booker, stm; 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 
Cameron DeFord, s(m; , 

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton 
Rolahd JoUiso^, (kughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. J(»epb 
E^dl Hatfield, SM; 



Mr. and Mrs. Robert 
Leonard Pritchard, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Larry 
Burris, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. George 
Leonard Getrige, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen 
Wayne Jeffries, son; , 

Mr. and Mrs. George 
Dallas Carr, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Heitert 
Benjamin CoveO 0, daugh- 
ter; 

Mr. and Mrs. WiUlam C. 
Ruth, daughter; 
—Mr. and Mrs. Jcdinnie 
Douglas Collins, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred 
Leroy Scherman, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter 
Raymond Farren Jr., daugh- 
ter, and 

Mr. and Mrs. James 
Arthur McBride, daughter. 



In Winti^or Woods- - - 
Plaza--- QrffnRun 



TN Catholte ParMi 
bf tiM Hby Spirit 



7 pjn. BmU 9:30 4 1 1 mjm, Sm, 

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Linkhorn Park School 



1413 Uskin Rd. 

481/-4471 
Rev. G.V. Spauldii^, Jr. 

J>astor 

Sunday iSchool 10:00 a.m. 
Sunday Evening Service 
V 7:00 p.m. 



tiDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZiBENE 

Rev. DavMHcdsteItt, P%s/tor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. «7-8703 

Sunday Scbod Hr. - 9:45 

A.M. 

Ifour cf Trlnfflph 10:5Sa. m. 

Jailor, YoM, * Adutt 

FeDowsMP-frOCLP^M. 

Hoar of fiiqifratiott - 7:00 

A.M. ; - . 

PM.T ' 

W«tes<&iy Mid-week 
H>-lIfl 7:30 P.M. 





Long ago John Donne wrote that, "No man is an bland entire unto himself.*'' 
And in the same context, "any man's death diminishes me, because I am in- 
volved in Mankind." John Donne echoed the teachings o( Christ, for He 
taught that we are responsible for our neighbors and, furthermore, that all 
men are our neighbors. Even though our own life may be comfortable, we 
should never be complacent, for if a single chil^ goes to bed hungrv, it 
should concern us all. ^ ■ ■ 



rOU IN THf CHUKCH 

rw CNMCN IN rau 



Hie Bible states John Donne's words in another way - "Bear ye one 
another's burdens and so fuHH the law of Christ." (Calatians 6:2). Christ 
asks this of us - love one another add bear one another's burdens. No man 
is an island. 



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Hogge Bros. Plumbing- 
Heating-Elec. Service 

2216 N. Great Neck Road 481-7694 
Sewlr It Water Connections 

Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting 

Bay Side IMotors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 



Kempsvilte Pliarmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros, Inc. 

Plumbing-Heating- Fuel Oil Del. 
865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 







4MI 



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diarlie's Seafood Restaurant 

, ; 3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 . 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
. ^ Brand Name Appliances-TV -Stero 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums & Staff 

All Star Electric, inc. 

1425 Air Rail Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial & Industrial 



Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

____ 4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497r4854 
Taylor^. Carr & Employees'^ 



Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendricks & Staff 

John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1964 Laskin Rd. 

John M. Wright b Associates 

\i{9l\am A Eaton, Inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
.. Frank & David Kellam 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Littte Creek Rd. . 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy 
Sandy BoUn It Employees 

Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Bl^. 497-4851 
Jpmes R. ^ohl & Associates 

R. C. Greer Plumbing & Heating 

Sewer and Water Hook-iqis I i 

S9.11ndi^ River Rd. 420-m03 

H ^ M Construction Co. 

SioIndustrialAve. 545-7391 
M I iite P. HowtU b Employees 

Millers Plumbing A Heating Co. 

1629SalmRd. 497-8794 « 

Sewer & W^ Ci^mections A ^tecialty 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 BonneYm^4T-1161 
Clinton Teets & Staff 



Simlele Funeral Home 

3795 Bonney Rd. between 
Independence & Rosemcmt 
A. Neal Kellum, Gen Mgr. t Fun Dir. 

Kellam-Ealon Insorance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 42«-l^l 



Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison & AssociidK 



Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 Witch Dud[ Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kiitpatrick 



Hilton Appliance Service 

4737 Honey Grove 497-5707 
"(M Of Whack - CaU Mack" 



This feature is made^oc^mlrthrough the coopwatlon 
of our ministers. It Is paid for by these area firms who tieNeve 
our churches are a vital part of our community life. 



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bf^Bu0 L<0¥fe, ocrnr aana nepQnvf 



at state music marathon 




l^yside hi^'s concert bass,Kevfh Hemphill and Steve Al^ta 



Mttsic, music and more 

ASiC Sbduld lUTO bMB tte 

lor tUs past we^ 
at Late taijrior H^ 




TUs was tte week end of 

Itte VirclBia Buid and Or- 
ebestra IHrector's Associa- 
tioB District n Instminetial 
Moste Pei^val. The chair- 
onii ms fiveoe Utley, mu$- 
^^^^B^tr of Madrr ny 

f tooTMSiAlil. inUle')MreR» 
t(H^ of Lake Taylor. Adjudi- 
cators werer Dr. Jack Jar- 
ret, Viigbiia Commoowealtb 

ll Uoivenity: 



luated as to hov tbej per- 
form as ar indiytdual UBit. 
Hm maits givra were not 
maits in ctffliparisoa toother 
haads. hot marics as to bow 
weB Vtmf did as m ymwi- 
Attl froiQ, And thecotn- 
iBCNrts iiu^, iqr the jBdfes 
OD tape,^ were made for fllie 
heaefit <rf each stad^ to 
h^ auke them better musi- 




le^ittm'^mtnaK^ the yoMg 
■nsidais aad Oi«lr direc- 
tors go through each year. 
I think the festival is good 



Dr. George 

I Knight, Eas^ Carolina Uni-^^r the stndeitfs, but is rery 
ver^i Dr. BUI M(^it, Uni- trying for the directors," 
versii^ (rf Houston; and Mr. 
C. R. Vamer, Collie of 
WilUain and Mary. Annow- 



eers and assistairts were 
provided thraogh Qie cmir- 
tcsy (rf tte litasic locators 
lIMonal CotdareBce indent 
Chapter and the Phi Mu iU- 
pha SiirfOBia ai Old Dominton 
UaiTersity. Faculty sponsors 
w«% Betty Stroud and Robert 
Kriner. 

Ilie festival was a two- 
day ordeal with nine and a 
half hours of conrart music 
OB Friday, and ton hours of 
tte same on Saturday. There 
was music for everyone aad 
tte best ol concert n^c 

J~ for those who liked the ciU- 
tured side of life. 
School bands from aUover 
the distrtet ea»« to show 
their style aad to be ev^M- 
tiit~ VB their ac c OTBidish - 
me^s. His was not a eon- 
petittoB <rfbaad-aiptaat-b<Dd 
bei a chnce for each M^ 
Bonriwr aad buid to be eta- 



Jim K^ger, musk director 
for Lyndtaveo Junior High 
School. ^ 

To start the program, a 
warm p selecticn was pick- 
ei by the director. Theothere 
were three selections left 
on the card. The Judges pkk- 
ed one, and the director pick- 
ed one of the two remainii^ 
selections. The thinl was not 
idayed. 

The directors choice is 
known in advance, but the one 
the judges pick is not knoim 
util te day before the con- 
^ft. This leaves a sitiation 
ot oMBlng up a day before 
the eoBMrt with a selection 
to i^y before an audience 
tittt maybe totally unfamiliar 
to tte stodeirts, aad have one 
(toy to rehearse the selectton. 
TUs situatira demonstrat- 
es the atttlity of the studorts 
aad the directors to play 
mask Oat is not rehearsed 
inadnace. 

"The festival is important 



to the <Aildren. It is a chal- 
lenge to them," said Evelyn 
8|)erry, music director for 
Baysi^ Junior H^h Sctool. 
nea came the real chal- 
lenge of the day—sif^t read- 
ing. Wh«t a task! The direc- 
tof* takM his gfoup of musl- 
dans to aao^er section of 
the school, whteh has al- 
ready beea set op for the 
The 

to! 
it over, it "Slii giv- 
en to the students who have 
three minutes to go ovei* it 
with their director. Now keep 
in mind tl^ have never seen 
this music b^re, aad tiiere 
is BO waf possilde for them 
to kiK>w in advance what they 
are going to be asked to 
play. The Jw^, C.R. Varaer, 
tells the director to have 
his group play the selection 
that is before Qiem. 

At this s^ht reading- no- 
body is present but the juc^e 
and his assistants, the direc- 
tor and his unit. Each 
school's band or orchestra 
is placed into catagories ac- 
cording to llteir level (rfidiil- 
ity to perform. There are six 
dUferttrt levils uA Mchtmit 
will be asti^wd to one of 
Qiese levels. If a groiq) is 
in groi^ six, for example, 
all units that are classified 
as groiq> sixwiUget^noK 
mioic to {day. "Ae masic ^y 
are adcod to ^y is «h^ 
the judges feel willbeaehal- 
toagp tor their lerot of 
ability, hot n(rt something 
that woi^ be impossUile f<^r 
them to handle. Some direc- 
tors migU disagree with this 



thoi^ht. ? 

To be there for this put- 
of the f^tival was truly an 
experience I will never for- 
get, and from my observa- 
tion, aU units did remait- 
aUywell. 

The final resnlts of tiie 
sight readily will give you an 
idea of the degree ot dif- 
ficulty. There are three gra- 
des gluraa with,«%jaMla of ^ 
•nor n (II MMtllt l iU ^^ 

Bag ther^ was t tWaa of aiai |.Tc«x' 

grade one's given. Those that' ^ A^'e" Ki**. ^'^ chair t^; 



group «as as follows for 
the Beach setools: 

Level one music— Lynn - 
haven Jimior High Orches- 
tra-n; 

Level two miMic-'Bay - 
side Junior R||^ MeRne;- 
dlate Band— I; Kemps Lwl- 
iag Elementary Ba«f->0; 
Frank W. Cox Baad '^- I; 
Firat Colonial Hi^WiiMi En- 
semble — I; Bayside^igh 
Wind Ensemble— U; Pria- 
eess Aine High Advanced 
Bud - 1. 

We at the Virginia Beach 

S0N wouU^like to taki this 

iDPPortmiitj^ to congratualate 

ttie following for making All 

Stale Band or O^tdbestra: 

KempsviUe High &hool— 
Carlen^iiElakiaiiikyi ci 





received a grade of "one* 
were: level one music—^ 
Xymdutven Juidor VUgii 
School Oretestra, director 
Jim Kr^er, Virginia Beach; 
Level thr^ music — Lake 
Taylor Jmior Higli School 
Baad, director Rietertl U.- 
Garrfs, Norfolk; Bayside 
Juntor Hig^ School Baod,<^ 
ector Eyel]m Sperry, Vir- 
ginia Beach; lndep«>denee 
JuMor HighSc^l Band, dli"- 
ector Howard Riile, Virginia 
Anch; Princess Anne Jud^ ' 
ior High School Band, dir-^ 
ector BUI J{dus(Mi, Virgiida 
Beaoh; Level four music— •. 
Kemj^vUle Junior High 
School SymiA(Mic Band, dli^- 
ector En^iett T. Forbes, 
Virginia Beach;) Level five 
music— Ifaury lligh School 
Orchestra, director Eug^ie 
Utley, NorftA; Iitvel six 
music— Fi^ColottialHigh 
Sdwol Wfad EnsemMe, dir- 
ector Max A. Gottao, Vfr- 
ginia Beach; Princess AupMr~ 
H^ School Advaoed Band, 
director Rtuald Collins, Vif- 
ginia Beach. 
The final rating tac eaph 



and Robert Cross, (orduM- 
tra) tympani. . 

Ifeltam HigtaScbool-Vlckl 
tooper, lioif^liestra) bass 
claiinei ^ 

First dmm High 

School -- Nathanile Leon 
Smitt, second chair baritone; 
altoraatei— Marshall HaU, 
french himi; wod Carina Le- 
wallra, trumpet. 

Cox High School - Bill 
Pn^t, percussion. 

Princess Anne High 
%hool— Michael Gibleil, 
first chair, bass trombone. 
. Ttiiswe^ Mid features the 
Saint Patridc's Day parade 
on Graid)y Street la Ocma 
View. The Beach wiU ^ re- 
iresei^ by Plaza Junior 
Hi^ Schdol's Marching Band 
aad Drill Tmub and Lyu- 
teiven Junior High School's 
Msfcmng Baad and Drill 
"AeuB. We wish both of these 
uMts all the luck la the world 
this pretend. 
.^F<9- ttwse of you who wish 
to order tap^ of the music 
festival, ctmtact Dm Nulti- 
meier ^Windsor Woods Ele- 
mentary School at iW-ms. 



Princess Anne's intermediate band. Shawn Sentman 
on tmssoon and Charles Crabtree on trombone. 




PA'S advanced percussion- after a perfect selection m signt 
reading.' Jimmy Hueber, Don Dougherty and Marl( Daily. 




Bayside high's fnusic directdr'gets down' to the rhoiie. 



Fashion is king at Kerhpsviile 



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Stwy mtd tOtotos 
by Gary Ftmrtoti, 
SWINewsEdtmr 



Tonight's the night 



The Istege of Kempsville 
H^ School's aadtorlam 
tm blosMB wm a riot 
sprteg cdM* and ikshions 
: as tte si^Kxd's bsh- 
■cdHMttslBg class 
te seeoad ama> 
DB liow at ?;30 p.n. 
i^M tow^ Ibmpiville 
^it, S aoi-so-s^ 
mea tfri U "fOaa- 
»r" teadMTS aad ^kd- 
pris will stefi "Rwdex - 
volii iritt tm0» tuti - 
siea." Ha jii#: Is opeB 
to tt« ^M^aai COS 
belLMitttie^or. 

«^^ afta%fitygj|tt#«'. to 
nste ft^b^^^^ 




trict. 

lastructor Teresa Fary 
win codrdiKrte fte stodeeto 
as t^ ^^y siMlag fish- 
tons wtUi a boafii^ or 
"cralse'' fteme. 

FMttte fesUoB models 
ertraordinau'e tonight will 
be Rtta Ross, ^rtoy Car- 
ter, Um Boe, PaabNfMTia, 
Joaaae Cdes, Joaa Wfl- 
Items, Clwri Svoqw, Frao- 
ciae CaOea, Teren Plev- 
infc, C^K^ Croffon^ Terata 
C an a rih fi Vlrtflte Aiue 
Moore. Bsv^ R)«tt, Yi^ 
I^Mbwc^ I^ ^of toy aad 



i ^ to New rat's 



to«A im ha Melgr 
mi mrmA, iM bsMgtt,. 
^n Mm-, BM^ priea, 
liiNtt a«v^[^ ^rry 



Barrow, Robert Hass aad 
DwigU Newton. 

Merchants assisti^ tt# 
show by provfaliBg the ^teat 
in fa^toas are V^^^tsA, 
Pmi U^age wd Caswl 
COTBfs-, aU Itfdatii a Mtt- 
ttary Cireto WbOftfa^ en- 
ter, JMooMy's i^rttag 
Goate tt t^^^ fm^'tm 
Formal Hew* m kde- 
VeeAmst BtNtevird. Crys- 
tal Ri^tes <tf CiM^ Cof- 
aer v^j^^rlde^maenlary 
for tte ihofw. 

Also, SOT^I area »er« 
ehaaU tam dOMted Am- 
^rtaM rtisfc tfllJbaaiwi* 
edtofl^N. 

Last ^r ^ne 4Mtf- 
t^«f KMi^svine's flr^ 

^e wUt t(9 fhat Igike. 




am, a -^mt murt ^ Mtt a i^Ml vnmt Itotty-^ 
a MA tfw MnlM^ ^M^a Crvstal 

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Virginia Beweh Bm, Hweh 16, IvH - 



Last day mariorable 
for retiring Navy chief 



The last day crfPebmry 

1977 was a nostalgic day for 

ttoe most senior chief petty 

officer stationed at Naval Air 

ftSUitlon Cteeana. 

I Aviation Electronics 

yTectolckn Chief Petty Of- 

|ficer(ATC) WtHie B, Har- 

gTi*tojij leadmg instructor In 

pht Atfj^ptes division of 0- 

N:#ini'£ naval air main- 

inanee training detachment, 

*Mted 33 years of Naval ser- 

JM^ be^ire Ws actual re- 

emeirt cerwnony Chief 

irrington paid tribute to 

flag he strved for so long. 

son John, in ftjll Cub 




SeiM uniform, proudly as- 
sisted in raising his father's 
personal U. S. Flag at morn- 
ing quarters. 

Special permissic 
granted for the cbie 
to fly oter Qie sta^o 
tain J. A. Muica Jt , 
ana's ftrecutive officer, J(Ai- 
t^ Chief Harrington and his 
s<w jotn fbr )be auspicious 
occ^sim. , 

CairtAin M. G. McCanna 
}r., NAS 0(»^na Command- 
big Officer, atteodedevening 
colors when the chiefs 
flag was returned to him. 

Commander Gerald Beisel 
officiated at the 9 a.m; re- 



tirement cerAfflonies m 
Chief Harrington, tta hand 
for the ceremontes were the 
144 persons comprising the 
detachmeot, |dus CMef Har- 
rfagbto's giiests. He ra - 
ceived a plaqu», letter rf 
appreciation and a gold re- 
tirement pta. Chief Har - 
rlngton's wife Betty Jean 
also received a letter of 
appreo^tton. 

Chief Harrington, who 
hails from Charlotte, Ac, 
has seen duty spanni^;/^ 
globe. His ^corationsr ih- 
ctade: the Ifevy tJnit Com- 
mendation, Good Coflduct- 
9tb consecutive award, A- 




merican Cam^lgn, WW 
Vldory, Natldnal Defens 
Service - 2nd award, Koreaa 
^rvice - 3nl award, Kor etut 
PresidMtial (teit Cttat# 
and United Nations ^rvice 
Medal. 

In addition to his instruc- 
tor duties, Chief Harrington 
served as Senior Enlisted 
Counselor of NAMTRADET%, 
Oceuia. 

CUef Harrington resides 
in Virginia Beach with bis 
^mily. Although his future 
p3ans aren't firm, he ad- 
mits that after 33 years 
Id the Navy, he's flexible. 



Student 

appointed 

Council 

A bigh school Junldr, Miss 
Gigi BulUckson, has been 
afipoioted to serve tm the 
Virginia Beach Juvenile 
Court Advisory Cduncil suc- 
ceeding Cdr. Clark M. Gam- 
mill who resigned. 

Her aHWintment was 
suggested by the Council and 
supported by Councilwoman 
Meyera Oberodorf . 

City Council also anwint- 
ed Mrs. Walter R. Cobalt 
to succeed Carol Ann Mc- 
Donald who resigned. 

Reai^inted to the Advi- 
rory Ccnmcil were Bernard 
G. Barrow, A. C. Cartwright, 
and James E. Rinehart. 

Council also reai^inted 
Calvbi I^Hdn to the Eastern 
Virginia Health Systems A- 
gency, Inc. 



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Oceana has own TV stars 



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CPO Board^Sharkey and SN Pruitt-Lt. Blalock 



At the Oceana Maval Air 
SUUon Dental Clinic, tlie fkv- 
(Tite televisiOD program of 
tke staff is "Clb Siaricey." 

That's became Me dental 
cUnic has its "CPO Sharkey" 
l0(ric-a -likes in Uie form of 
(Met Dental TechaieianTom 
Board and Lieutenant Darrell 
Blalock. 

tt's difiicnlt to d^teate 
tte moMlc facial features 
of TV star Don Rickles, Imt 
(Met Board gives a pretty 
good Imitation. 

Perhaps flie most striking 
resemblance to a member 
it the "Slnrkey" TV cast is 
Lieutaiaid Blalock... a spit- 
ting image ot the taU, gang- 
ttag Seaman Pruitt, the bar- 
racks liaster-at-arms who 
provides a foil for Rickles 
acid tongue. Before ttie ser- 
ies bei^, Blalock's fame 
was primarily confined to the 
dei^ world. But now his re- 
nii^uble resemblance to 
Seaman Pruitt gives him an 
added claim to lime. 

Beside facial similari- 
ties, bote Dr. Blalock irho 
itands^e'S" tall, and Sea - 
■an Pruitt must duck thdr 
heads when passing through, 
doorways and both have dif- 
ficulties avoiding tbose room 
signs which protrude above 
door entrances. . 

liUckily, Seaman Blalock, 
Oiat is. Lieutenant Pndtt, 
tiut is... the tall dentist is 
■sually on the authoritative 
side of anySharkey-likecon-^ 
frtmtations. 





Welcome, Virginia Beach Innkeepers! 



In Norfolk... 

the first and finest 

dinner theatre..: ;; 

Now in oar Iltb year 

CAVALIER 

DINNER 
PLAYHOUSE 



Navy Chief Petty Officer WUlie Harrington salutM the i 
lag colors tor the fast time on active Navy duty, "nia flag is 
his, and it was raisedbyhis son John over Oceana Naval Air 
Staiioaoa the mosaing of Chief Harrington's'retirement after 
38 years in the Navy. John is a Cub Scout in Virginia Beach 
Pack 477. (U.S. Navy photo) 



Representatives of some 15 Tidewater businesses gaOiered 
at die opeidag ai die 1977 Virginia Beach Inkeqiers Trade 
Show, held, last Friday at die Civic Centel-. Waiting for 
the doors to open were persoaael manning disp^y booths 
for C * P Tel(B|riione, United Cotton Goods Co., R.C.A. 



Service Co., Norfolk Coca Cola Co., Soudiem Sanitary, 
Nationwide Insurance, Sandler Foods Co., BuUer Enter- 
prises, AlUed Enterprises. David P. Jaeobsoo, Rudd Swim- 
ming Pool Sqvly, MUler and R^es, Sterling Supply Co., 
Lever Brodiers Co., and Tidewater Dlsposalde Products Co. 




rines to march 
Amphibl^ase 



New plan to drain Nprth End 



For sheer precision and 
miUtkt7 pageantry, there is 
nothing that beats the U. S. 
Mai4ae^Cor]>s Battle Color^^ 

Coremony, with stirrii^ 
pMformances by the Ma- 
rine's Drum and Bt%^e Corps 

tte Silent Drill Team. 

* The cefenxMiy will beheld 

rtlds Saturday, Mar. 19 at 

'the Little Creek Amphi - 

f bfmtt &tse at 2 p.m. The 

"pleasure is yours when you 

imiAeb the crack Marine u- 
atts^ based out of Wash - 
, ii^^, D. C, perform. The 
^ poWUe is invited. 

^ The cerenray wlU be held 

- at the Ben ^ilinsfci Trksk 
ani Field complex cm the 
aniriiibiouB base, and it's 

- part (d the base's (^ 
Hia^e. 

tie Battle Color Cere - 
,, tB$^ features a nniipie (Us- 



play of militaiy pageantry. 
It opens with the arrival 
of the Marine Corps Color 
Xiuard, the Drum and£ugle 
Coips and tte renowned Si- 
lent Drill Team. The Drum 
and B^le Corps will fea- 
ture a 15 minute drill ex- 
hiUtion and concert, and the 
Silent DriU Team will then 
perform their intricate, 
highly disciplined drill rou- 
tiiw, during which no com- 
mands are given. 

FoUowing the drill the of- 
flclal Marine Corps Color 
Guard will march onto the 
field bearii^ the rational 
colors and the famed Ma- 
rine Corps tattle color with 
its multicolored streamers. 

There is no luiimssion 
charge, ami base officials in- 
vite tte putdic to twr the 
Mse Mfore and after the 
ceremony. 



A multi-miUlon A^llar 
drainage plan which would 
free the north ead of the 
beach of standing water after 
rains and ^rms was unveil- 
ed before Virginia ButttClty 
Council last week. 



Baldwin^ and Gregg Ltd., 
consulting engineers, have 
studied the beach from 4Sth 
Street to Fort Story and have 
produced a plan to alleviate 
the stalding waTeF pri^Iem 
idiich is a health hazard. 



Econo-Travel to expand 



The owMrs of the Econo- 
Travel Motel in BaysldeBo- 
roi^h plan to buld an addition 
to the motel on adjacent 
property south of Northamp- 
ton Boulevard, east of Nor- 
wich Avenue and northeast 
Of , the intersection of North- 
hampton Boslevard and Nor- 
wich AvMue. 



The addition was made 
possible when Virginia 
Beach City Council granted 
a change in zoning Ui own- 
ers George J. PaM»s^ Har- 
ry M. Vergakis and 6uy 
E, Daughtery from B-^l Com- 
munity Business District to 
H-1 Hotel District on 22,500 
square feet of land. 



Lewis White, a member of 
the firm, said the area was 
divided into five regions and 
that one region from 75th to 
82nd Street had been selected 
as a {ulot project. The cost 
for installation of the sys- 
tem in each of the regions 
wouU be approximately 
$900,000 plus continuing 
maintenance costs. 

The problem at the beach, 
White said, is that it is 
»irrounded by dunes and that 
after a storm, there is no 
place for the water to go, 
so it stands there. The pro- 
posed cc^ector system and 
pumping station would ta^e 



the water from the beach 
to the beach (Hitfall. 



The system will have the 
capacity to pulnp out iir 12 
to 14 hours water which af- 
ter the 1962 storm took five 
or six days to drain c^ the 
beach. Ninety-nine per cent 
of the time the structure will 
be covered by sand, but dur- 
ing storms the sand would 
be driven offend unbare the 
apparatus. 

White said the system is 
"not maintenance fi-ee" and 
that after a severe storm, 
repairs may have to be made. 



The system has been de- 
signed so that the ou^XMir- 
ing of the water will not be 
so great as to endanger the 
safety of people on the beach, 
liUff P. Porcfief Gregg of the 
consulting firm said engin- 
eers have tried to make it 
"child-proof byplacii«bars 
across the (^ning. A rail 
has also been planned to go 
around the top so that child- 
ren will not be able to climb 
(m the structure and fall off. 

City Manager George L. 
Hanbury said the project may 
be included in the 1977 gen- 
eral obligation bond issue. 




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coach Mary Brewer, wtoatog 
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"We're Bfood teem." said 
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to the lo$» to Rohinsoa, 
Teri Brotoere scored 15^ 
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More than 400 competitors 
Jhom as tor as California, 
Texas and Eagtond are ex- 
pedei^tor theStoAumlBo- 
tuT Sbam^bck Ifal^ttoe, to 
beheld Sa^aday. March tt 
OB tbe boardwalk to Virgtato 



from tbe S2Bd Airborne at Ft 
Brj^, a 64-yair'^oU«omaa 
ttem CaUfomu, members of 
toe I^mghom Track Club to 
Teas, Hdtre IMtte Uni* 
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Ron Ifargto aad John Green- 
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from toe Wadhtogton D:C. 
area, whole 6est time to 2 
hours, 21 minutes, ftree 
mtoutes faster thaa the 
Shamrock record produced 
last year by Jeff Galloway. 



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to firWBt ef the Prtocess Aiae 
ton, race hMqiarters. It 
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shore Stoto Park, returns 
throi^ toe resort areasodb 
to Bed Wtog Park, wheretbe 
runners make fee tufn 
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A ittn^m ^ic vUi be 
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CaB 490-1281 tor detaQs. 

The event, which drew less 
thSB 100 competitors in its 
tottlBl run five years ago, 
aceordtog to Marathon 
spckatman HughBarton, has 
become a very success/ ul 
venlire. "We totok we will 
hsvB almost 500 runners this 
year." sbM Barton. 

Besides toe Marathon, for 
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SUM SJ)orts Eaitor 

It fti^i^rs that the cold wliiter is finally oTer, ami that 
the timt to run arwimj under little white baUslstere 
once tgafii. Yes, it springtime, and that means bas<^ll. 

BHf ao more will two B^ch twimrbe able to advance 
to the R^opls. In the 11-schooi Eastern District (rf days 
foflf pf, sa^ a plan was feastole, and as Beach teams 
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usually two Beach teams, a i^uUr season winner and a 
touraamsnt vinwr, who advamced. 

Witb Vtu mm sli-team Bmch District now in effect, 
however, onlf the regular season champion will advance 
to post-s4»son {day. There will l}e no tonmament. 

Last year it was the Kempsville Chiefs who won tte 
Eastern District regular chamj^fwship season, and Bay- 



side who copped tournament fidnors. Now, every game 
wiU be Mtnatftty crucial as there are Miy lOttitrlct 
games. 

Last year, Iteyside H^Ji, coached expertly, by Terry 
Morton, w^ tte State AAA ctemi^MShip. diM tt Uri^ 
Pftrt to the iMbhing abilities (tfllr^llbig sout^w Mike 
tthodes. * 

Rhodes has gam on to Virginia Tech, and MortM rea- 
lises that the Marlins reputatfon may be fiercer than its 
talents truly d«s«nre., "We're too smart to think we've 
got it made, ' 's^ Mortm. 

In Miditloft to losing Rhodes, Bayside also lost four 
Other steitars, l^iti^ Morton with a bit of a rebulldii^ 
Job to (to. The pitching duti^ will be largely up to Donny 
JjMes, wtK> comtrtaed with Riudes to no-hit Mt. Vernon 
i^ last year's ciampionsitfp game at k^et Park. 

When not i^tcUtag, Jones tUl resume his normal duties 
as a catcher. Last y«iir he Itttted a solid .340 and is ably 
backed tv by BoM>y Little,, who Morton contends would 
start oa most ottwr teams. 

The only three other retut*nbig stifrters for the Marlins 
are Richard KMu at ftest base, who slugged for a .350 
average last sMsn, outfielder Chris Scissom and slmrt- 
stq>/pltcher Pal Tyner, who batted .335. 

Junior Larry Jettrtes appears to have clinched the second 
base positioi, while Gary Littlie, Bucky Gentry and Olenn 
Ross are all vying for third. 

LeeLee Baiter and Mark JohnsM are looking good in the 
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The b9 to tlie Marlia season ttls i^r appmrs to lie 
in their Mmum. Jams, mi Tywr should be able to ke^ 
tile Marlins la g^uaes acrt bo@ted away, and hittbif should 
be ade<^te. ; 

KeqMnWe hat tte powerful hxik of a coirtewler, with 
Ave starters reUimb^ ftttm JiMt year's n|ular seascm 
jMttffl^oas. 

Thirdbasemau Ton {leap, aa All-City pick last year, 
bitted .434 anj slugged three rouad-trippers, aad gives 
coach Ray Barl^ solidity at Oe hot comer. 

Also retorailg Is ALL-City shortstop Del Moody, wto 
batted a blistering .3ljS. 

Catcher Ma|k Creekmore, centerfielder Rick Graham 
and tirstbaseriiui Mike Sage all return, although Sage 
looks as if |e may be the Chiefs namberooe burler 
this year. Of the three, only CreebBor« didn't hit .300 
last year, and lie bit .275. 

A v^lcome addltton to the Chiefs is rtghtfielder Gino 
Wood, who batted .3^ for Cradock High of the Soutiieastem 
District last year. »»bby Smith and Curt Harrisim should 
battle for the left fieid spot. 

When Sage is pitchihg instead of piayti^ first, David 
Adams, a 6-0, 185 sophomore with power, will play there. 
Otherwise, be may be used as the designat«l hitter, 
according to Sarlow. 

Jim Blseai, a transfer from California, and Tony Tata 
are both hming to win the second base position, and John 
Stanton, Via Hargrave, Tommy Speelman, Craig Lock- 



foteatlal talent slace I'w been here." Phelps Is tahU . 
fifth year as head raach. 

Always daagermis Is Doa Vaa Beascb^M's Priieess f| 
Aane team. Coach Van lost his top two hurlent, AJI^tllty '^ 
David Anderson and Billy Ci^ips, but feels that Jioimy 
Howertn "could be outstandlog." Bowerin had aa exc^rat « 

American Legiim season last summer. 1 fl^ 

Also eqiectiag monad actira is Jeff HoUlngsworth, a 
seaior righthander. 

Two All-City picks return to the Cavaliers this jeaMa, 
Ceaterfielder Jimmy DWardo, who stole secoodlMUW 15 
times last year without t>eing thrown out, aad leftfialter 
Paul Townsend, who hit .304 as a sophomore. 

R(^rt Reitz lodes to fill the other outfieM po^loa. 

Charlie Mann is settling in as the new Cavalier eatdMr, 
Jay Birsch has moved from third to first, and Rob tto^ 
s(m, who hit armmd .300 as a DH last year, wlU ptey 
second. Brett Williams aad Donald Cline are fi^itlBt to 
the shortstop job. aad Gary Misco aad Bruce Kirtqr wial 
to see actioa on third. 

The Cavalier's infield Is inexperienced, but the oMUM 
is strong. The pitching appears to be good, aad tb^ ldt> 
tiag should be adequate. 

Cox coach Tom Fisher is relying on the tal«rtsof 
thirdbasemaa-tulned pitcher Benji Brown and Sc(rtt Steea- 
coff, a Jayvee burler last season, to keep the Falcons ia 
the money. 

But* if they are inexperienced at pitcher, they are stnmg 
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In tte Ml^et League, the 
King's Grant Kaights beat 
the King's Grant Kings, 37- 
19, the aielton Park Marlins 
lost to the Thoroughgood 
Bulls 32-20, and tbs Plaza 
ijtkers bested the Great 
Neck Surfers 39-38. 

la first Toaad actlcm lathe 
Midget Leat^, the Great 
Neck Surfers nii^edthePIa- 
sa Lakers 39-31. 

The Greea Rim &n best- 
ed the Thorou^ood Bulls 
alth(n«h no sojre is arall- 
aEle, and the KempsviUe 
GoUders b«t the Kings 
Grairt Knight. 

No final oil tti^PIaza Bal- 
lets-Woodstock Packers was 
r^xnted; " 

In tte Intermediate La- 
gue, tto Woo&tock Jasslc^ 
to the Cmke Rams B, 42- 
tt, and the Cooke Rams A 



beat the Arrowhead Bui - 
lets, 68-41. Also, the Great 
Neck Panthers were beat by 
ttie Courthouse Warriors, 
il-65. 

In second round action. In 
the Midget League, the Great 
Neck Surfers meet the Green 

Bm Sim and who the Kemps- 
viUe GoU>lers WiU face Is 
w^ known at this time. 

In thjB Intermediate Lea- 
gue, tbe Tlnroughgood Sa- 
persoaics face tiie Cooke 
Rams A. 

In tte Jukior LMgue fi- 
nals, the cbimirtOBshlpgame 
WiU be teld at KempsvUle 
Juiior H%h Ml Mar, 19 be- 
tween ttie CmnrUxMise War- 
riom aad the Plaxa Sqdres. 

Tl» Seaior ctemplonship 
wUl be betwera the Cooke 
Rams aadtheArag(wa/Pem- 
taroln Bralas. 



leaif aad give the Chiefs good depth. 

Joe BeatOB, the best pitcher on last year's Jayvee 
nwad, according to Barlow, will help out Sage. 

Assistant coach Punchy Marshall said it l>est when he 
analysed this year's team, "If we can keep the other 
guys score down, we'U be OK." 

Hopii^ for a Beach title, and having the players who 
can do it, is First Colonial coach Ted Phelps. 

Phelps has good mound strength with the return of 
All-City pitcher Jon FrizzeU, who compiled a 6-1 record 
and a 2.05 ERA last year as a sojdiomore. He "is joined 
by senior burler Bm Smith, who fashioned a 5-^ record 
last season. Proving that the rich get richer, Phelps thinks 
that Tommy Vambell, a Jayvee pitcher last year, maybe 
one of the best around. 



Also returning for the Patriots, is AU-City thirdbase- 
man Tom DeLong, who hit .323 and clouted four home runs. 

Retoming starters Tom GUliland at short and Timmy 
&iyers in center give the Patriots good sticks and ex- 
perience. 

Alan Pyle, who Phelps says "can throw a baU through 
the wall," is pushing DeLong at third, since DeLong has 
been practicing basketbaU until this week. U lie doesnjt 
play third, Pyle wUl likely play in the outfield. 

R(ri)ert Heroux, an AU-State selection at Manteo High 
In North Carolina last year should ably fiU the first 
base posltira, and Phil Hubbard can cktch, play the out- 
field, or be used as the DH. 

"I'm reaUy optimistic," said Phelps. "There is more 



at first and Tommy Needham at third. Tim Conners at 
short Is also returning from a startii^ role last year, 
and gives the Falcons a good defensive infield. Second 
base is up for grabs, according to Fisher. 

Two fine catchers are byii% for that position, BlU 
Woodhouse and IXmald Marshand. 

Chuck Reynolds, a good baseninner "wlU add stablUty 
to outfield," said Fisher. 

"Our defense is sound, and offensively we'U be aggres- 
sive," said Fisher, "right now we are hoping to get some 
good pitching." 

Wayne Sykes, KeUam's coach, has six players with 
experience returning. Sykes feels thai his pitching and 
defense wiU be strong, but isn't sur^ yet about their 
hitting. "If our bats come through, we'U be aU right," 
said Sykes. ^ 

On the mound for the Knights, will be MattSiiaen, 
2-1 last year, and Sykes claims be picked iq) a lot of 
speed. Jeff Wolf, who was 77I on tiie jayvee's last year, 
and Buddy Mapes, give 'Ke11a|i^<^3i^X.a0p«krs to be a 
strong pitching staff. 

Scotty Smith at short, Terry Napier, at first, Jimmy Ard 
at third, and Tommy Harrell in center, aU have game 
experience. Mike Fugere and David Jobb wiU probably 
^stort fa the outfit. — - — — 

Mike Bamhart and Prince Conely are idayibng wett 
at second, and Joey Efird and Brian Carlson idU handle 
the catching chores when Sinnen is not. 

Since there is no tournament to look ahead to this year, 
every game is ultra-important, and all the teams should 
be comp^itive. Play BaU! 



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It sure is straoge how 
thix^s woric out sometimes.' 

I4ke, here is a sailor 
gymaast fi-om BAyslde, Jaa- 
et Faller, whose gymnastic 
strengths appeared to Ue 
hi the floor exercises and 
ttie balance beam, and neid 
Sling you know, die wins 
third place in the Beach 
District, Eastern Region, 
and ^te »)ii4ietition to- 
her expertise hi the vault. 

Strange indeed. 

In itct, Juet placed bi 



ooly one dual- meet at Oie 
Beach this year In the vaolt. 
Very strange. 

Aad thea there is Oie aa- 
Ukely situation that she used 
to be afraM of raulting. Rest 
assured, she no tonger is. 

So why the rapid ris6 |o 
vaulting stardom? The ad- 
<fitk>B ot the Glaat (^ - 
wheel to her rqwtoii^. Tbe 
new maneuver hi her op- 
tional pnyram vaulted iM^r 
to aew he%hts as she mas- 



Mazda GLC. It*ll make a believer out of vou. 




GLC. ftt UntI MSTQH-DKiDIE 



fipA esttrntos U elty - K*fM. witt a^oaal S-^eed 
ttnnwilwtaar- t^^Mt aa OMm jmM: etfy, foar 

acw Ml iMMN yea 



arilam* a^ wry A^^aadtag ea lew aal mmn yea 
drive, jw ear's em^Htm aad ^^laal «|i^^aat. 
II87S.M P.O.E. 



Bob Qardlnw 



CastttGin^tae. 



Criim-lttl 



VWickes 



• 



TT 






WtekM 

rfOmMm 



tf wlWa W da]« ^a'ra 
sat aatJsllad «ttli uqp par- 
dna, tot aay raaaea 
in^M Pvalbuv ^M^Ma 
la r^nd to- rs^ee It. 

Vli|^ Baaii: VtrfMa BmA U^., ud KsUm Rd. 
(I/TSM Wirt af^irtiiaa lUl^ Aom: •04-499- 



tared the move. 

"Jaaet always had a aa- 
taral aUUty 1m the vault," 
said her coach Katie Emer- 
lea, "she Just doesn't like 
tt very much." 

"I do BOW," piped iq> Jan- 
et. < 

Despite her third place 
taish, at tbe States, Jaaet 
was seconl from the Beach, 
-as Teresa Karaltschaig of 
First Cokmial, canae in sec- 
ond la ^ vault, as weU 
as first hi the aU-arowd 
ud first in the beam. 

Jaaet clabas to have felt 
ao pressure «Ule at Lake 
Braddodc High, In Burke, 
the site of tte ^tes. 

"Tbe hard part was watt- 
> !« to see if Bqr score wo^ 
mM," eq^lafaed Jaiwt^ 
Thei« were 39 girls com- 
petl% in fte vaatl. "R felt 
good to get riy Jua^ over 
Witt, b^ iMa I had tB aw- 
ry abiMt tte othw glria. 

Jaaet, who was MlectedM 
layslde's Most Oat^ad ^ 
kg gymaast the last tve 
years, \s toi^ to Vli^^a 
Teeb aeiEt ywr, ii^k« Am 
hofm to cortknw to cyn- 
M^tes. Se ornce^ tew- 
evtf, togt ter torn of Ow 
oibkwrs miiy girt ia ttcway. 



Foredry aad wUdlife are 
what she plans to study. 

But lor now, with the fiiriU 
of her good skowiag in the 
post-season competitioo 
stUl with her, Janet Faller 
is going to enjoy the ^h-Ii^. 

"Itat's not so atraage. 



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Janet Fater 



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OlOn OF PUBUCATlCm 



iK'& OFFiqE OF ttKOtf 

-w.„. .„, ...„ „FVfflGINIA BEACH Ml THE 

MTH OAY orFEBRUARY, 1977 
00iK)Wy BURGESS, 

MMMTHMM E QUATimWE 

W«lek, Wtst VitfiiO* tool 

LWDA CIK3UCH 
SI Cr^MBt Drive 
9iiSnJMii, Nortli CaroUH 37253 

nhttll 

01 M»0«AH GAT^ JOM^ 

8{i^ytiiii» Av«uie 

Wtien; l^st VirftaU IMOl, 
.vDc^Bteats 

.3» CHANCERY MQ €17-t45 

tlM obic^ (rf ttis rait is to partltioo in one <rf the 
modM {»^eitted bf law certain real estate sitoated 
H tin City of Vlrftabi Beach, Virgioia of wUch John 
(^tes (also stMeUnes known as John Gecei) died, 
seised and possessed and described as follows: 

All 0^ emrtein tract, piece or parcel of ^Bd, 



MOl 
9d} 

xnz 

no. 

.m 



tio^ 

a i 



l«l 

-ii 
faoii 

,19! 

ber 

lefl 
has 

ol i 

.V 

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Situated in Blaekwater Magisterial Distrtct in 
the Cit]r ot Vliti^Bia Beach, in the State of T^- 
glnia f #t»<"*H flftf (SO) acres, more or less, 
beini a part of AMivision "F", ot the plattrf the 
HUIaiT E. teBnoDs land, duljr of record in te 
Clerk's once of the Circuit Court of Virfinia 
Beach, in Map Book 2. page 23. and bounded avl 
described as fidlows: 

BegtuiUv at ttw SooUMAst romer of fbe land 
centered bf Mtte HolcMr and wife to John Vay- 
do^Gs, by (teed dated ^il I, 1914, and duly 
recorded in the Clerk's Office at tte Circuit Court 
of Virginia Beaeh. Vfrfinia in Deed Book 93. 
pue 219. and ranning ftnce along tte Eastern 
line ^ said Mm Vasrdovles N. 2 dep«w E. 
42M.0 feet, crenbig the road in commoa ttnigh 
^ said SinuiMas tract, to a stake hi tteline 
of the teni mv <»■ fkMmier^ Ives; tfaeara abNig 
the land BOW (H- formerly Ives N. 5? degrwttSl' 



E. 70.0 ffeet to a sweet gum, N. 42 dagraes sr 
E. IMJ feet to a swe^ gum, head olbnuKli, 
M. H degTMi 21' £. 161.7 feet to tt^B,a. 
33 degrees Of' fi. 130.7 feet to a UaA^M, «. 
22 degrees SI feet E. 141.2 feet to an aik. M. 
4 d^rees 3&' E. 140.4 feet to aa ash. M. 7 de- 
grees 51' E. 1^.00 feat to aaaA. ud K. 40 de- 
graes 06' E. 35.9 teat to a sttfca iatie Uaeef 
the land coav^ed by Wka Bi^awr nd «lfe to 
Frank Lukacs tfj dead dated Jane 24, 1914; ttence 
akxig the said land of Fnudc Lakacs S. 2 degrees 
21' W. 5672.0 feet, recnsslng Oe said road in 
comnMm. to the tend oi EM Karaly (tmmiKiy 
Aasell): and thence along tte land (rf Etel Karaly 
S. ^ dwrees 51' W. 430 leet to Oepotet of be- 



o» And it ^ipearing fnwa AfBdavit to doe from (d 
law BOW filed ttat the below named defenteMs are not 



Q^r^mmmm^ of the State ol Virginte ant that teere last 
^kaem port office addresses are as follows: 



Mrs. Cathalae Qoattrone 
190 Stewart S^«et>r< 
W^A, West Vltftete 24101 

Hn. Miit Crouch 

21 Creseeat Drive 

Graham, Korth Carolina 272S3 



ff"! 



int 



Mrs. Dehor»h Gates Johns 

VlrgteteAvemie 

Wrieh. West VirginU 24801 



Upoa coestderatiott wh^wit. it is hn^ 
ibK OiiSRED that the s^ Catherine Qaattrone. Linda 
s s Croaeh, aad Deb(»ah Gates Johns do ttppmr here wittte 
mo- ten (10) days ^ter dM paMlcrtiai of ttte Order aad do 
aeqwM is neeessury to protect thdr r«ve<^ve ^terest 
Its her^, and it te ftarOier Ordered teat this Order be 

pdblished to the Virginte Beach &m— ilews once a weak 

for four (4) coasecntive wedcs. 



SELLAM, nCKRELL A LAWLER 

( josc^ J Lawler) 

mo First A Merchante Rational 

Bailc B«dldiflg 

llMlblk. Virginte 23510 



SI 

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»d 

B9 

.fi VK 3/2, 3/9, 3/l«, 3/23 4t 
Jai 

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ORDER 
VlSGnnA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COUR OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
|\»CW THE 4TH DAY OF 
^ MARCH, 1977. 
ta re: Adoption of Leigh 



%: J. Caltte Fruit, D.C. 

Stdngdd, Steingold & 

Friedhimn 

1116 United Virginia BaidE 

Buildii^ 

Norfolk, Virginte 

VBS 3/9, 3/16.3/23,3/30 



Bowman, 
Bowman 



Anne Jranings 
tf: ErBMt H. 
fr. aad P^gy I, 

Itioaen 
To: Charles D. Looney 
^alifor^ 
"" to Chancery 

#C-77-2(B 
TUs day came Emeitl. 
Bowmu, Jr. and Veoff, I- 
Bowman, ^etttloners, ud 
rein-escated that the ob^ 
u„jal tete jsoceedteg te to ef- 
"ttod the adntioa of tee- 

^1^^ n. Bwmu, Jr! and 

T^gy 1. Bowmn.ta^aad 

teijmd wife, aadaAlai^tlttv- 

gp« beea mafdtaadfiledteat 

,Clarl« D. LoDoey, a na- 

PMWl of nU tMH 

uM>r^decA (rf the 

(rf WigMa. the tart 




I'teCall- 
li^ flMiiepe Or- 
|(Mfderad Art flw iMChartes 
M^. Looaay J«p«ir b^ore 

dam aftv 



tt^^ 



Order and iailcate his/ 
"^r attitode toward thMfo- 
pmti adopttoe, Of'^Stt - 

wise «D what is 
to ^o^M Mi 



sopy terte: Join 
'Stress. Cterfc 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

ta the Clerk's Office of the 

Cirortt CoBrt of the City 

of Virgteta Bead, Vs., 00 

the 3rd day of March, 1977. 

Carote Gibson Smith. 

Ptairtiff, 

againrt 

George Eltoa aaith, 

Defendart. 

lie oh^eet of teta salt ta 
to obteta a fivwee a.vte- 
culo iBrtrtfl^nU tram tee 
said datariart, wpm the 
gromrts crfs^antioafer 
more Uun oae year. 

And an affidavit imvlBg 
been m«te and filed that 
tee defeiMrt ta a noa-re- 
aideati«ae State of Vlr- 
ghte, the Urt KhowM port 
(ffi^ adttWM betet: ml 

Highway M Wert, JuAson, 

MisstiBi^ii H taofd^ed 

teat Be- tfp'^ppen- here 

Mtkte tea (10) days after 

4m pyaieaOOB hereof, and 

de whrt flHte ha MtaiMry 

to prrtect Mi ttMttrtte 

thtanM. 

A oapy-T«rte: Johe V. 

Fertress 

By: Patti A.KeeaehcB.D.C. 

ItotoaV. WUttew 

P.Q<Boi9U 

ta-^moalB, Va. 2370S 

VBi M, i/U, l«L iAO 



inia Beach Public Notices 



omwR 

VntGW^A: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OFTBt 

cmcun COURT of the 

CITY OF VlRGttlABEACB 

ON THE 2ND DAY (^ 

MARCH. 1977 

la re: MUf/Om ot Kka- 

berly FrancMWheetarwid 

chasfe (rfntmetoKlmberl]^ 

Frances Brown 

By: Ivey Nelscm Brom A 

Carolyn Wrenn Brown, 

Petitioners 

To: Kwfoa Barton 

Wheeler 

400 E. 3rd Avmm, Box 4» 

Red ^HTtegs, North Caro* 

Una 21377 

te Chancery 

C-77-235 
Thta day came Ivey Kel- 
na BrowB aad Carolyn 
W^rew Brown, Petttloners, 
and reprttwied Mt tee 
oliject <xr teis j^roeeadiflgis 
to rtfect the adopttbn ottee 
above named MuA Hm- 
berly Fnux^ Wheeler, by 
Ivey Nelson Brown and 
Candyn Wr«» Browa, 
hartmnd and wife, aad af- 
iMavit having been made 
airt fUed that Keap^ Bar- 
ton Wheels-, anrtwralper- 
ert of said. ddM. te a 
non-residert <rf the State 
of Virginta,thalartl 
port rtflce 
400 E Srd >« 

^^W| K^^^m a^^^jP^^g^Pj 

atnni 



ChniliBai 



lttetlM%- 



wttttai tat <10) days 
pilicitfaB of ttta Order 
airi taHeate hta attttade 



ttoa, or oteenriMdowhat 
ta aeeesiary to protert hta 
teterert te ttds matter. 
A copy \mi»: Jaha V. 
Featress, Clerk 
By: Pitti A. Keeaehaa 
Anothonr F. Radd 
1240 ^ligteb Netional 
Baidi BnildlnK 
Norfolk. Viifiata »510 

VBS 3/9. 3/16. 3/23. S/k 
4t 




ORDER 
VntGDflA: 01 THE 
dLERK'S OFFICEOF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT Of THE 

CITY oFvn^amABEAC^ 

oil TIE.2ND m.Df 

&K^a., 

By: Robert Cari VioU and 

Barbara LeePritehettMU- 

ler Craiun(Hi» Viohl 

PetitloBers 

To: Mr. Alfred Dale MU- 

ler 

2006 Washington Av«ue 

Des Udiats, fowa 

teChaneery 

#77-267 
This day came Robert 
Carl Viohl aad Barbara 
Lee Pritdirtt Miller Cran- 
nore Viohl. Petitiooera, 
and rqireserted thrt tee 
o^ect of teta proMediqgta 
to effect, the adoptkm of 
tee above nuud Infart. 
Jeffrey Date MiUer.tv Ro- 
bert Cari Viohl ani Bar- 
bara Lee Pritdiett MUler 
Cranmore Vi<M, himbaad 
wife, and affidaidt having 
been made aad filed tert 
Alfred Dale Milter, a na- 
-tival^ far«i^ srtd eUld. 
te a BOB-residmit oi the 
State of Virginia, the tart 
kBowB port office addrMS 
being: 2006 WashtngtoB 
:Xvraue.Dii MQtBH.tnii 
It ta therefore Ordered 
that the said Alfred Dale 
MiUer appear before tUs 
Court wtthte tmi (10) days 
after pnbUcation of thta 
Order and iadieatehta/he- 
cttttKte toward the pro- 
posed adoptkm. c oowr- 
irtse do what ta aecessary 
te protect hta teterert te 
thismrtter. 

A oepy terte: Joha V. 
FertrMM, Cleik 
^: Patti A. KeefldianD.C. 
Sidney Sadu 
Solte 506 Ptesa One 
Norfidk. Va. 23510 

VBS 3/9. 1/^. 3/23. 3/30 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

VIRGnnA: 

te the CirerttCowtefthe 

city <rf Vtavirta Beach on 

tte^d Dqr of March. 1977 

Thomas Alfred Ih'ewrtt, 

Coni^aiMrt, 

V. 

Kay CdUer I^Wirtt, 

Renoadert. 

te CtoBcei? No. C-77-73 

mS CAWE fltaw oa 
MsLday to bc^d oa tee 
Affilavit ^JrtMiR.lle- 
K«vy. eo«^ tsv tee 
.OM^i^tattrt^ mtm art- 
ter WM arfnd 1M eouMwI. 

rr APPEARING TO THE 
COURT iltet t^ C<»Ilitf 
Drewett, wkOsTlart khown 
port offif Address was 
«0» ABitta Laae, Virginte 
Beach, Viritete. doas art 
rertde ta m Cmmm - 
w«rtthofVll«4a;aad 

rr ruRTH CTAPpjU R- 

ING To TSE CODItt thrt 
aa kcttea for the traBsfer 
of said property by spe- 
eM MaMta^aw has 
b^ fll^; ft te. Omf- 



ADJUDGED. OROEBED 
AND DECREED. «tel tee 
ResponiMit , K4 CtdUer 
Otciwit aapear bilprt teU 
Cl!WtlWMt«l|M)«^ 
rttetlte pHUtOBttMofMs 
OeiK aad^^werttiefeom- 
ptatet or ^te gtpiMteaf 
of defeaae teefefe, or 
othervd^ do «lrt te Be< 
eessal; to prrteetlM-ta- 
tentete henAi; Md M ta 
farther. 

ADJUDGED, MHOMKED 
AND mCXSED tert ttta 
Order be paHtahel te the 
Wffhte Baaa pm, t 
BemnpMr having meral 
drabttoa ta the ^^1^ 
Baadl area for a wiod 
of eM(l)ttmeoa«Kw«k 
fer iMtr (^ coaseeottvt 
weeto. 
EiniQt: 

S.i. Lam. Jadge 
A oepy-teate: John V. 
|eBtress 

AuBOi R. MdCenry 
humATtanm 

anopicifie Ave., 
Virgtete Beach. VIrgteta 

VBS 8/9. S/tt. 3/IS.|/»0 



A eon^Teste: John V. 



oanorpoHJCAffeii 

hthedtit'tOIBeeot^ 
Cli«iB Coart timcm 
ef VMMa Bea<^. VA» tei 
fke SNTily «f FAn*^ 

im. 

GBriaadCody., 

MBtttUt. 

agi^tart 

Lillte Wane Cody, 

Deteadiat. 

The object of thta salt 
ta to obtate a divorce i 



vtecuto mttrinoati tnm 
the said defendut. ipOB 
the groBBda of oae ytir 
separatioo. 

Aad aa affidavit having 
ben made aad filed thatthe 
dcfemkrt te BBBB-rMliMt 
af theStete of VlrgiHa. 
the tert IMWB pert ofllee 



addreas being: Bra lU, 
Somersrt. Teias, 2349ttt 
is ordered tert shedo ap- 
pear h«re withte teB (10) 
days after dee pabltaanoa 
hertfll. had da» ' 
%0 mtemmxi 
tm tetenH te 
A cqpy-Tatte:. J«la V. 
Fertress 

By:PattiA.KeeBlhaB.O.C. 
Calvte H. CfeUdross 
SBHe lOl 

SS3 NewtowB Road 
'VIrgteta Beach, VA 21462 

VBS 3/9. 2/16, 3/12, t/W 





ORDER OF PUKJCATIOir 
te the Qerk's Office of the 
CirCBtt Coort of tee City 
of Vfrrtnte Beach. VA. oa 
tee2«idaj(ofF«inBnr. 

Lateer Eui Ives, 9t., 

PlaiBttff. 

sgatert 

BOUb Lymi has, 

Drtrtidart. 

The obfiei af Ms mrtt 
te to obtate a divMfct t 
■easartttoro.tobe 
flwrged talo a 
vtec^ 
the seid 
the groaate of 

Aad SB aiB4iNtlnli| 
twcs^^ mede sad fBil' thn 
thedefeadBBt teii«-re- 
rtdert of tee StetoofVlr- 
giite. fife iMt haeaa port 
ofUee address Mm; M 
Crestwood Mv*. Mporaa- 
viUe. tadiSM. dItSI tt ta 
Mttered ttutt rte do ftpoar 
here witUs tan (10) days 
after due pOUieatioa hara- 
of , awl do i4ttt otty he aa- 
cessatT to ■rotsrthrt'te- 
tererttetetontt. 
A eopy-taate: John V. 
Featress 

Bv: PrttiA.KaeBrtMB,D.C. 
Tiwodore A. BoyM 
HON. n«SBTittl 
VirgiBta Beach, VA 2S4I2 

VBS 3/9, 3/18. l/n, 3/10 
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ORDER W PUBUCATKMf 

tethaOwk's Office of tie 

Ctrcatt Coirt of Am Ctty 

of Yititate Beach* VA. oa 

the SMhdBrof Frtffaacy, 

1017. 

Gartd Jmb Sfrertte Kao-- 

Mr, 

natattff. 



Fred H^Mi KMser, 



The cNt^ of Odsattt 
ta to ditate a divaroe • 
HmetSo JMbrteMM from 
flte) 

ol 
s^mMw. 

Aad an affldBi#hM«« 
boM made aad fied IM 
tee defendinit to a Mo-ra* 
rtdeatefflmflrtedfTIr 




ft teoJMir- 



m m Hjaarye 



fldn«t^ Legit AM 



ftp: Jota MrteraadBiw- 
da J. Helrter 



147 CMilby Strert, Ottee 

990 

NOtfolil. VA 2»tO 

VBS t/t. 3/16, 3/23, l/IO 



cmm,of pmjiamm 

um Oeik's Olfie»«f the 

Ctroill Covt of m ^ 

efVix|MhBeB%VA..QB 

the ntt^ of mriut, 

IfTt. 

kbltprrt Marie MisOB 



JaneaLoBg, 



The object of Ute satt 
ta to ohiite • dMovoe A 

llBCOlu ■BlllJMBii from 

He ttid ititteiiliit. i^oa 
thi groBidt of ooe yoar 



leinnlliiii 
Ami imi 



affidevll hatrtag 

Md lUad tert 

teiaes-re- 

of the ttiteafVlr- 

^gt. ttl hMt taMWBport 

■DSTvaa nm^ nww 

ftula tt te att 



that hedeipMirlteire wilh- 

te liB (l(B mjttltu 6m 

pdhttoattn hereof, aad do 

wfaat n^ t a aecMa ar][te 

prrtect hte iateiwl k Bds 

salt. 

A e«jr-Teate: Jota V. 



By: PatttA.KeeBehtt.D.C. 

The TIdiwatar Legal Aid 

fodi^ 

147 Graaby Strert. Office 

350 

Norfblk, VA 23510 

VBS 3/9, 3/ld. 3/22. 2/10 
41 



To: AfttarT. Banks Watar 
aMThfrdftrertTpro. Box 
M,1Mtti|(oivlUe. Pa 

tnu 

teOuUKMry 

C-77-m 
Tps day came iohn 
Brt^raadMeadaJ.ilbl- 
rtar, Mtttemera, aad t«- 
proiertad tert flte object 
ol teto#ro^tt« te to rt- 
teel ^ adniittffB of tee 
iMt asMd ttHrt. fitevoB 
Arteu-Ba*s.l^Mmllol- 
rt« bea made aad tted 
Birt Arthnr T. Baaks, a 
Brtana parert of atfdchUd 
(rm), to I Boo-reMdert of 
m %m% of Vlr^h, tee 
tert taHENio |«rt once Bd^ 
raM Mip Wrtrtr and 
tUrd8tr«rt.P.O.BoiM. 
WasUartonville. Peaaey - 
tvaatolTlM It to there- 



to Ordered thrt the said 

halsretMscS^MffiS 
<1#) da:^ aftwpefeUertira 
ol nto Order aBtflBttcste 
hte itmnii towardttepro- 
poaed rtlopfiao, orother- 
«tie do what to aecessary 
to prated hto irterort te 
Bds matter. 

A oopsr terte: 3(M V. 
Faifr«M.GI«k 
ttaHrta L. feridas, m 
ffrat i l^trciuM Rat'i 
Baak^. >^ 
P.O. Boa 3291 

Harlblk. VA 23514 

-, ,i 

VBS 3/2, S/9, 3/16, 3/23 
dt 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
taL tea Cterk'a Office of 
tee Ci tgrtt. Co ort d the 
(3ly ol Viiti^ateBaack,YA. 
00 thaSlteiM^rdf Febraary, 
It77. 

ItetherteeJoMcDaniel 
T( 



PhSSkff. 



Ladty D. Tnmg. 
Otfndaift. 

vtaiaiD itetMiM frdi 
tee said Admit, mioo 
the flreoaii ol ooe loar 



ORDER 

VIRGINU: IN ' THE 
CLEfdCS OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 

THE crry of vmciNu 

BEACH. ON THE 16 DAY 
OF FEB.. 1977 
ta re: Adoptlbn iST Briao 
Edward Lewta aad Donna 
-Lynn Levis 

By: I^Auei David'' Fox- 
well aad Doris Brady 
Foxwell 
Petlttooers 

To: Mr. Larry Brov^ 
Lewta 
Boote I, Bqk 312 

■" V'hTl. ". '' 



Aod ail iffldartt 
beea aade mil Ited thai 
tee doleaiuit to • aM^^^re- 
sldertol the State of Vir- 
giBia, the tart tewnpo^ 
ofSee addresf btiteg: 
Swarli CrartL Ifidiliaa it 
to oe »godti iho<oifeaar 
hnro vritMk In JUQ <^^^ 
rtterwoe pob^catiaa hivar 
M. aad do what nay he 
naceBBarv to ntot art hte 
iater«iltetitosBR. 
A copy-Testo: Joha V. 



Patll A. Koeoehia 

TMewator Legal Aid 

Sodety 

14V GrMlv Street. Office 

350 

Nerfolfc. VA 23110 

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OBDntt)P PWtdC^TlOM 

to the aeik's Office of the 

Citvrtt Coart of the Ctiy 

of Vtoi^rta Bohoh, oa the 

IMi iK9 of F^TMry, 1977 

Cletvl iltoobete Morris 

Wolto. 

Ptaii^, 

agatert 

SdcyJoWalto. 

Damitart. 

Tkoflh^ofthtosnltto 
to ohiate a iUvimpm a Ha- 
odo mrtriffloail frma tee 
said <teiHitert. qwa tee 
grsoods of oae year 
sepanttlM. 

Aad aa affiitavtt having 
tede i^dfltedttrttte 
dsteaiMt to aooi^residert 
of tea ^Me of Vtiitata, 

addreas hafag: nE#1237. 

^teri^Mi AFB, Soote 

Carflltea it ta ordered ttat 

he « iai«ir ten wittto 

ten (M d^ps after Me 

pOWtPOflflB lM«rt, Md do 

whrt May ho aooasMry to 

proteolMstetereattatUv 

salt. 

k eipy-TOBte: leha V. 

^Unuts, Cteik 

%l I. Corttoa Frott. De- 

lldMoter Legal Aid 

I^C^BiAirSrert 

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bChrtKery 
' IC76-2Q06 

ORDER 

TUs day came Lemuel 
David Foxwell and Doris 
Brady Fc^rvell. Petition- 
ers, and r«ireserted that 
the qbjed of tUs proceed- 
te| ta to efted teeadqptioo 
(tf tlta lAove natawd Infant 
(s), BrisB Edinud Lewis 
au Dimna Lynn Lewta, Iqr 
Leamrt Oavid Foxwell and 
Dorte Brady Foxwell. hus- 
baad aad wife, aad affi- 
davit having been made and 
filed that Larty Browne 
Lewta. a natural parent of 
saM diild (ren). is a non- 
residrtit of thestateofVir- 
gteto. the lart bmwo port 
fMi» address beiof: Route 
t. BoxJ12. Blouata Creek, 
llGalh Carolina R tathera- 
iCHre Or^red that Uie saM 
Larry Browne Lewis 
appear before this Court 
^rtfite 4mi (10) days after 
pablicatioB of teta Onfer 
and iadleate his/her atti- 
tete tcnrard tee pitqnsed 
adoptloB, or otherwise do 
vdttt ta MCessarv to pro- 
ted hto iiiterest to. this 
matter, v 

A Co|qr-Teste: Joim V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
Byi JlCutUs Fruit, DC. 



Tbod 



amasC. Broyles 
Brtwles A Gorry 
PaeiftoAveueatSSth 
arert '"^ 

Vitfteta Beadi, Va. 
23^1 

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(ODER OF PUBLIC AnpN 

to the Clerk's CMfice of 
tee Cirertt Court of tee 
City of VIrgteta Bead, on 
the day of Frt>Eaary,1977 
B^ MdDdemtfi Siemer 
nairtiffi 






M. ^mer. 



The o^id of tUs suit 
to to oblata a Awrce a 
tiacnkk .mrtrtmoati frnn 
te daM dtfBod(M. 1^ 
the grouads d one year 



taiMlMfhoi 

to ffotod Ma tetei^ to 




ited aa alMavit having 
bfea Mte rtrt fltod that 
tte ^iMArt to a ooa-re- 
rtdert of Of state itf Vir- 
l^tfSi *m Srt lOKpra p(»t 

MUe ad^ss brt^ im 
N. E. ISMh Laae, North 
MlHBi %m,A, Flwlte it 
tt eidMfOdtertlHd^ppw 
hervJilMateB^days 
aBwiHe poW l catk ohere. 
tf , ttd i» ohrt m^^ewt- 
c<MMy |teyi^Kt Ms th- 
^Mrt H4h frtt. 
A Mwr-terte: J^i V. 
FMtMM, Clert 



By: Path A. Keenehan, De- 
jmty, Clerk ' 
Broyles, Gorry, Moore A 
Brydges 
, P.O. Box 626 
VlrflMa Bekch, Vit«inta 

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OKDES CV PUBLICATION 

te the Clerk's Office d the 

Orcult Court of the City 

of ViiiEiate BobA, V^. on 

tee tedday ^Wkp^WII. 

Calvte Stanley Seott, Jr. 

Ptatotift, 

agatert 

Monica Ann Scdt, 

Defen&uit. 

The objed of tUs suit is 
to d^ta a divorce a moEi- 
sa d tlwro to be tater 
merged Into a divorce a 
vtecttlo mrtrimonii qwn 
Ifftver applicatioQ and at 
jatiper time from the said 
ddendart, upon the grounds 
d desertion. 

m 

And an affidavit having 
beM made andffledtbkt the 
ddendart toairan-resident 
d tee State of Virgtata, the 
lart known post office add- 
ress bdng: c/o Manica Me- 
yers, 290 Avert Drive, Ha- 

selwood, Missouri, 63143 
it ta ordend thaWshe do 
appear here Mthta ten (10) 
days aftmr due pddication 
hereof, ud do irtat maybe 
aecessary to |»rded her 
iflterert ta tUs suit. 
A cf^y-Terte: Jdm V. 

By: I%ttiA.KeeBehan.D.C. 
Gay E. Miliua. Jr. 
524 lodepnidence Bh^. 
VIrgteta Beach, Va. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

te tee Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

Of Virginta B^ch, Vs., on 

the 2nd day of March, 1977. 

Joyce C. Avery, 

Platetlfl. 

apitert 

William H. Avery. Jr,. 

QdMdart. 

l%e object d this suit 
to to obtate a (Uvwce-a- 
■itaiMlaiamBteiaNailMinmHi 



tee said ddeodart upon the 
gtwwaft Wf vKaSfefVi) fyoar" 
coot^MJus separaoim (No- 
tault) SecUoo 20-91 (a) (1) 
Code of Virginta, 1950, as 
amended. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tee defendart is a non-re- 
sidait d the State of Vir- 
ginta, the last IcKivn port 
office address betog: Cpl. 
WiUtam H. Avery, Jr , 328- 
50-2527, H 3/10 2nd Mar- 
tee Divirton, CampLeJune, 
North Carolina aS40 it to 
ordered that te do app^r 
tore withte ten (10) days 
after due pnldicatu» h«re- 
d. and do what may be ne- 
cessary to prded his ten 
eessary to proted bis 
teterert ta this suit. 
A <Hjpy-Teste: John ^ V. 
FMtriNS 

By: Patti A. KeenehanD.C. 
Nathaatel J. Cohen 
P.O. <^ce Box 578 
3330 Padfic. Avenue 
Virginta Beach, Va. 23451 

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ORDER 
Virginia: in the Clerk's 
office of tfe Circuit Court 
d the City of Virginta 
Beach, on the 25th day of 
February, 1977. 
ta re: Mc^icm of Tern 
Janim McCannon and 
Donna Denise McCamon 
By: Enwst Rhodes Farter, 
Jr. apd Blenta Carol Grif- 
fin Parker 
Petittoners 

To: Charles Euel Mc- 
Cannon 
R.D. 3 

Kannapolis, North Carolina 
In Chancery 
#C-76-1245 
TUs day came Ernest 
RlMXtas Parker, Jr. ami 
BleiMta Carol Griffin Par- 
ker, Petitioners, and re- 
presented tlMt the object 
d this proceeding is to 
^<^ the ack^rtion of the 
above named ittftrt(s), 
Terri Janine McCannoovid 
Doia Denise MeCaniM, 
by ErMrt Rtaxles Patter, 
Jr. and BletMia Card Grif- 
fta Parker, hustand and 
wife, and alfittavit haviag 
b^n made airf filed tlm 
Charles Euel McCannon, a 
natural parent d saU child 
(raa^ ta a am-reatoert of 

Nss bei^: R.D. 3 Kaima- 
pdiit NiMlh Carolina. It 
ta tterefore Ordered that 
tee MM Charles EnelMc- 
Camte vwMX before this 
C<3«A within ten (10) (toys 
after publication of tUs 
Order aad indicate his/ 
her ittitBde toward the ^- 
posed adcttttoo, or dter- 
vise do wol ta necesMry 
to protect his interest in 
ttis fsa**"'- 



A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
Robert L. Gutterman 
245 First Colonial Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 2S454 

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ORDER ^ 

VIRGINIA: W JHE 
CLERK'S OFFKE OF THE 
CIRCUIT eWIRT OF THE 
CITY OF VlWffillA BEACH 
ON THE 2nd DAY OF 
MARCH, 1977. 
b re: AA>ptioa ef Lira Lee 
Cramore^ an iofaat 

By: RobeAiwI VtoW w** 
^rtaia flptdidt Mil- 
tor Crilii^Vidil, 
Pditldters 

"Ito: Mr. Robert Michael 
Cranmone 

209 auitop Boulevard 
CUffwoOd Bdush, New 

Jers^ 

In Chancery 

#77-267 
This day came Rd^rt 
Carl Viohl |m*-B^W« 
Lee >rttchett llllter €^Nb^ 
more Viohl, PeUttonera, 
and represented Ihaf tee 
object of this proceeding 
ta to effed the adqptiim 
d the above named iidsnt 
Lisa Lee Cranmore, by 
Rd>ert Carl VtoUaBd^r- 
bara Lee Pritchett Miller 
Cranmore ViohJ, Mbaad 
and wife. and«fiidavithav? 
ii« been madertid filed tlmf 
Robert Miii^eiqranmore. 
a n»tural pardit W said 
child, is anon-resMertd 
the State d Virginta. the 
fiuit kBOwn post offii^e add- 
ress betog: 209 Mlltop 
Boulevard, Clifi vmed 
Beach, New Jersey It to 
therefore Ordered that tte 
Hdd Robert Michael Cran- 
more an>ear bdore ttto 
Court withte ttte (ld)>tays 
after publicattoDdthisOr- 
der and incUcaite hie atti- 
tude toward the proposed 
adoption, or otterwtae do 
vlutt is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest ia, this 
matter. - ' 
A copy teste; John V. 
Fertress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. KennehaQD.C. 
Sidney Sacks 
Sdte 508. Ptasa One 
Norfolk, Va,:23510 

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' ^eSStc£rtd1he(j|ty 
of. Virginta Beach, Va.lDn 
the 18th day d February, 
1977. 

Marton R«ki Sink, 
Patotlff, M 

agatest 

Sara Merritt Sink, 
Defended. — 

Hie objed of this suit 
is to obtate a divorce from 
bed and Imard from |he 
said dd^ulart, upon tiie 
grounds d desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that tee. 
ddMidart is anon-resid|eot 
of tee Strte of Virgidta, 
the lart known ^oA office 
athlress being: c/o Mrs.G. 
W. Merrftt. Rode 1 ftn 
348. Magnolta, North Caro- 
lina it Is orderMi that die 
do aH>Mr here withte ten 
(10) days after due iMi>- 
iication hereof, and (to what 
may be necessary topeo- 
ted her irterert ta ois 
suit. 

A cqpy- Terte: Jdin V. 
Fertress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan'D. 
Clerk 

Frank E, Batler, m 
4386 Virginta Beach 
Boulevard 
Virginta Beach, Va. 
23452 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to ttw Clerit's Office of tlm 

Circuit amrt of the Ctty 

d Virginta Beadi, Va. i<Xi 

tt» 2nd day of March, li^. 

aieita L. Carrico Ktak. 

Ptairtifi, 

againrt 

^^1^ Edward Kink, 

Oefeodart. ' 

Tlw d>Ject d thfs iteft 
ta to ditete a dlvorei a 
viBOolo mrtrinmnii fnm 
the said i^wtert, <|pqii 
the pDiMta d 1 ymr ii- 
pantlM (M-tadt), See- 
tiMi tt-91 (9) (a) Code of 
Virginta 1950. 

kxA an affiitavit tevii« 
l«w made aad filedte^he 
^tehndart ta aMB-r^tMnt 
d tte^tato d VirgMa, 
fi» tart Imwn port tMl^ix 
addrws beb«: c/oDoaaU 
WilMa, LiMfr^ JMrt. 
ItettcMs Trailer ttik, 
C^Mwlek, P^nsjAvartif it 
ta ordered ttet he <fo ip- ^ 
pnr here witt^ \m WS) 
ten after itae pMi@«i» 
iM^Mf aad <te MM (^ 
be HMessary to imted 
te teteMrt to teta aitt. 
A cepy*Tirte: Jdm V. 
FMirett 

By: Patti A. Kenrtaa, OLC. 
Nate^l;^lMi 
P.O. Bm 573 
SMe 301 Bea^ Tmrer 
NMtaC^AvMBe 
^«gta^ BOach, Va. msi 

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ForCiiesapGak&Seach 

Use^ guidelHies 

until May 28 



Virginia ^ek 19^, Mrtt M, 1977 



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Vlif UilA B«aeh Cit^Co<m- 
dl OD lltrek^wlUcoasMcr 
IK« fuideUnes eaveriog 
#ncli frmt construction. 

City Manager George L. 
MaiAnrjr said that the i^miB- ■ 
titntlM in the meantime 
•ill be guided by its pre- 
smA iMlicy of aUowii^ con- 
irtn^ion on b^ch - front 
fr^*rty <My if the imq»- 
erty owners build behind the 
six-foot ccmtour line. 

Under this policy, a pe- 
UtidA h^ a variaiKe was de- 
nied pr($erty owners of 20 
lots ok Chesapeake Beach. 
He owiMrs lud asked to be 
aUvwed to b^ild a twilkhead 
OB the four-foot rather than 
the six-foot contour line and 
net . with tqpposiUon fmn 
both the city administra- 



tton and residents of the 
area. 

Council man J. Curtis 
Payne, who had wted for 
the denial, said later that 
he might ask Council to re- 
consider the (piestion. Mon- 
day afternoon, however, he 
said to didn't plan to make 
a mtAim to reconsider the 
Chesapeake Beach case "to- 
day or to. the near future" 
unless something bapf>ened 
"tochangemy mipd." 

Hanbury said thatalthot«h 
he didn't necessarily favor 
the six-foot contour line po- 
licy, the administration 
would be guided by tbat po- 
licy until dew guidelines, 
which cover all beach front 
pn^rty on the bay and ocean 
are endorsed. 



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Seaside Park sttll 
issue to this reader 

to the Editor: 

The Seashore State Park conversira to a dav beach, 
fii istlll V6ry much of xa issue to us. A study, conducted 
over a we^-esd in August 1975, by the City of Viiiginia 
Beach, titled: "Seashore State Park Beach Facility De- 
iQaad,'' is.twing endorsed as proof that such a conversion 
ijl warranted. What the study actually shows is: that of 
r^ MOO people surveyed, two-thirds were from the South 
Hampton Roads area and more tluui half of these would 
M use ttie day beach if it were available, even though 
vtt Would l>e equipped with such facilities as paiiting, 
miets, showers and picnic tables. In fact only one-fourth 
'iouwtred with a definite "yes", when asked if they would 
ilB^iSttch a beach, as ofqMsed to the beach they were then 
on. . 

We believe that the fact that the people themselves 
. lave not come out in public support of the day beach speaks 
ibr it self. The only ones to voice their support publicly, 
have been, of course Mayor C. A. Holland, the City Coun- 
cil of ViiTinia Beach, a motel owner, Scott Sterling and 
commercial property realtor Rdiert M. Stant(Mi. 
i We just don't want to see such a beautiful work of na- 
bire end up being destroyed and some-day become a part 
of the concrete jungle which is now going uparcHindus. 

Very truly yours, 

Bob A ^isi Yates 

Field Director^ 

National Campers and Hikers Assn. 

YirginifBeacli; > =„ .,, ,. >. 



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Viiti^lMki Beach's awnhewspapmr 

Pick up a copy 
of the SUN 

Get extra copies of the Virginia 
Beadt 91^ at tfie following list 
of newsstands located ttirous^iout 
the Virginia Beach area: — "- 

Ocean Front 

.-U-BlrdoMk Rd. 
PEOPLESrLasUn Rd. ' 
MEDCO-Laskin Rd. 
7.U.|tiKlSt 

FBESDE BOOKSTORE-Pacific Ave. 
MARINER MOTEL-setb SL and Atlantic 
CAVAUQt MOTEL-Ocean Front 
HOU&AY tHR-Mth and Atlantfc 
HOWARD JOBHSON'S - Ocean Front 
SnSRATOll-Oceaa Front 
DIGRAM'S PHARMACY-24th St. 
HOLIOAT Om-25th St. and Atlantic 
PO$T 0FFICE-2Sth St. and Atlantic 
NEWS CiaiTRE-Oceaa Front 
BARR'S PHARIIACY'Atlaatic Ave. 
HlLT<»f nm-Atlantic Ave. 

RAMASA DOf-Atlantic^Ave. 

SGHO(»fERMOTEL-Pacific Avenue 
BOUDAr INH TRAVEL PMUC-Gen.Bootti Blvd 

Court House Area 

KELLAH* EATON 

Kempaville Area 

KEMPSmLE PHARMACY 
. FARM FRESH-KempavlUe 

Norfolk-Va. Beach Line 

NORFOLK AIRPORT _ 

LAKI WRIGHT MOTEL-Northampton Hvd. 
l-H-BakfrRd. _^ 

HOLIDAY nnt^Noraanptoa Blvd. 

Bayaide Area 

NAVY LODGE-Littte Crert Base 
mm BQTAURART-Utae Creek Base 
BAYSDE PHARMACY 
PEOPLES-bfiDod Stop Center 
REVCO-P«Bbn*e MMdows Skep Center 
PIOPLES-Penitaroi* IfaU ^ 

Plaza Area 

l-U-BeoBwM. 

MI - tm awres Rd. (Thalia) 

f-n-KU|s0nrt 

7-11 - Lynhaven Rd. 

BELO'S - Sovtli Plata Tnil 

Ml • SoiMPtosaTraJl 0mr library) 

1-11 -HftUadRd. 

n. MARKET - Lynhavtt Rd. (Mini MaU) 

PECm^ES - PlaM aop CMter 

London Bridge Area 

VlRGDnA BEACH HOiRTAL 
7-11 • Ut Celetfal M. (Bmtop) 
P«(M.iS ' W1M» Step Ce^r 
m^LTOP fVARMACT . 
moK *r CUn? • WUtop aep center 



top Area 



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Virdirita 




IDTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 



The Virginia Beach B<MLrd of Zoning Ai^ais will conduct 
a Public Hearing oq Wedne^y, April 6, 1977, at 7:30 
P.M. in the Circuit Court Romi #6.^ty HaU, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia. The follow£ri| ^^pgdications will appear 
<»theagerKh. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. (Deferred March 2, 1977). Sandcastle Motel, inc. 
by John Vakos r^ests a variance of 17 i^rking 
spaces to 30 pailcing ipaces instead of 47 parking sps^ces 
as' required and to allow parking in the required set- 
back &om the street |nd the side yard settmck where 
proUltfted on Sfiai^ 13, Virginia Beach Development 
Co., SoutlMast Comer ^ 14th Street andAtiahticAveniii. 
Virginia BcAch Borough. 

i. (Deferred March s; 1977). Gustav C. Hbinner, Jr. 
requests a rariance oS 21 s^re fi^et per face for the 
center identification sign to |2J Square, feet per face 
inst^d of 100 square feet as allowed, and to alloiii( a 
toiant to permanehtly advertise oh the ceniei: identi- 
ficatlmi sign Where prohibited on Part <rf a Parcel, 
Pembnrice Meaddws. «»20 PemilHroke M^dows Shopping 
Cehter. Hayside E^rougji. 
HfEGULAR AGENDA: 



1. Cork N' Cleaver Restaurants by, JejrryW.^dams, 
Agent, requests a variance pf 9 poking spaces to 62 
parking i^ces as previously t^qiroved by the Board 
of Zoung AM>eals (addition lo restaurant) on Lot A-lb, 
Block M, Maxey Mana-, northwest comer of Laskin 
Road and Victor RoAd. Lynnhaven Borough. 

2. Soottqwint Properties bf S^ A. JCarageorge requests 
a variance ol 10 feet to a "0" setback from Pacific 
Avenne and of 5 feet to a 5 foot $etback from 3|d 
Street instead of 10 fe^t each as rehired and to allow 
parking In the required set)»ck from both 3rd Street 
and Pacific Avenue on the souti) 55 feet of Lots 11 and 
12, Block D, Virginia Beach, 3rd Street and Atlantic 
Avenue (west side). Virginia Beach Borough^ 

3. Samuel P. Stewart requests a variance of 7 feet to 
a 13 foot side yard setback instead of 20 feet as re- 
quired (west proiierty line) on Lot 24, Club Section, 
Birdneck Point, 778 Oriole Drive. Lynnhaven Borough. 

4. LiUian L. and William A. Waters request a variance 
of 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback and of 5 feet to 
a 5 foot side yard setback (west property line) instead 
of 10 feM each as riequired (garage) on Lot 100, Dia- , 
mond Lake Estates, 5712 Attica Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

5. John Bailllo by Edward R. Roehm, Architect, re- 
quests a variance o^ 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard set- 
back instead of 10 feet as required (garage apartment) 
on Lot 1-A, Block 16, North Virginia Beach, 221 
68th Sbeet. Lynnhave^ Borough. 







a 3» wot Sd^l^^etb^lj^l 
quired of Lot 21, Tract D, ^0fia 
Sandfiddler Road. Pungo Bor^ti 

7. TbQJI^OUghgood. Colony Assojc^tes t^ Alan L. Hoffman 
requests a vanaiice of 2 feet to an 8 foot iside yard 
setback instead of 10 feet as required (fireplace) on 
Lot 58, Thoroughgood Colony, 1311 W^efield Drive. 
Bayside Borough. 

8. Woodie Ellis by Belton Imprdvem^k Co. requests 
a i^n1an<ie of 4 feet to a 6 foot rear yard setback in- 
stead of 10 feet as required of Lot 1, Block 22, Section 
6, Arrowhead, 5549 Pontiac Road, Kempsville Bprbugh. 

9. ^llliam A. Shaw requests a, Variance of 4 feet to a 
6 fcN»t side yard settttck insi^d of 10 f^et as required 
(west property Une-fireplace M air ccnditioning unit) 
on Lot 42, Sectira 1, Dunbarton, 828 TiiDberlake Drive. 
Kempsville BortHigh. 



10. Iftlliam A. and .Beverly J. Ochsenhirt, Jr. reqpiest 
a variance of 4 feet to a 6 foot side yard setback in- 
stead of 10 feet as required (north property line- 
swimming pool) on Lot 8, Block E, Section 1, Laurel 
Cove, 1305 Conrad Lane. Lydnhaven Borough. 

11. Talley New anc) Advertising by Page Ware re- 
quests a variaiwe of 7 feet to a "0" setback for the free- 
standing sign instead of a 7 footsetbapk as required 
on Lots 7 and 8, Blodc 21, Virginia Beach, 21st Street 
an^ Atlantic Av^ae. Virginia Beach Borough. 

12. Riitb an0 Fletcher Litchfield recpiest a variance of 
57 parkii« spaces ta fO" parkii% spaces instead of 57 
parking spaces as i^equired (restaurant) on Lot 9, 
Virginia Beach, 2^412 Atlantic Avemie. Viitfinia Bwch 
BorO^. " :, : 



13. Ciirter B.S. Furr requests a 'varij(nce of 20 feet to 
a 30 foot front yard setback bistead of 50 feef as re- 
quired of Lot 7, Tract C, Section 3, and Tract D, Sec- 
tion 1, Sandbridge Beach, Sandfiddler Road. Pui^o 
Borough, 

14. David A. Hoimnl requests a ^ariimce of 15 feet 
to a' 10 foot front y«rd sett»ck Instead of 25 feet as 
mquired (from proposed unnamed Street) on Lot BIB, 
Plat for Nonni, Cohen, Weisberg and Clark Co., a 
Partnership, South Plaza trail- Lynnhaven Bdnwgh. 

15. E. C. Bamhardt HI, requests a variance of 16 
feet to a 14 iooi ftront yard setback instead of 30 feet 
as re<^rired and of 10 feet to a 5 foot side yard adjacent 
to a street (Myrtle Avenue) instead of 15 feet as re- 
quired ot Lots 161A and 162A, Part of tbeHoUies, 
4800 AtlanUc Avei^e. Vii^lnia Beach Borough. 

16. Loyd D. Saundera requMts a variance of 13 feet 
to a 17 foot front yard Mtback instead of 30 feet as 
required of Lot n, Block 1, Section 12A, Windsor 
Woods, 3713 N. Doimawood Court. Lynnhaven Borough. 

17. Mrs. Hel«i Lefmbach FoOs requests a variance 
ot 2 feet in trace tte^iM to a 6 ftjot fence instead of a 
4 toot fence ts alMwed in a reqitfred setback from a 
street on Lot 2, Birdneck Alpln Plat, 120fl Laskin Road. 
Lynnhaven B^tjugh.,, „., ' <J ' „„ 



li. Virginia Bnch Bank of C(»nnierce by Tmioas C. 
Broyles, AttOTney, requests a variance of 5 feet to a 5 
focA sMack from tte right tS m^y ^AtUc alley - south 
pn^ei^ liw) Inst^ oi 10 feet as re<pired and of 6 
feet to a 4 toot^ttXbuii (west property liM- teller 
window caa^y) tutaad of 10 feet as recioir^ where 
cmnHerclai ming Mijdns qiartment soniagud to allow 
a drlv^ny in ttis setiAck where pfoWiited and of 35 
parkfi^ ^tLcei io 14 paild^ spaces inst^d of 49 
fttrU^ spaces as re^retf fiKl to aSow parking in the 

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SjLrm^ whera pnAiUted <^ 1^ lUi2 and m Eastern 
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cwner <rf tm Street awt Padfie Ayenue. Virginia 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
h tile Cleit's C^U:e of tte 
Circuif Court pf the City 
of Vi^ini$ Beach, VA., 
on the 9tii day of March, 
1977. 1 

RoyDfAkers, 
.Plainfiff, 
against 

June Rae Mers, 
Defei«lant. 

The object of this suit 
is ^. obti^n a divorce a 
meh^a et thoro to be later 
merged, upon proper ap- 
plication, into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from 
ae.jsaid defendant, u^n 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been nude and , filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State Of Vir- 
.gi^, the last known post 
office address being: Route 
#1:, Box 194, 14D, Randle- 
man, North Carolina 27317 
it is ordered that she do 
' appeiT tiere within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may be 

S!cessary to protect her 
terest in fias suit. 
A c(vy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 
Janet B.Burt 
1369 Laskin tioad 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
in the Clerk's Office Of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA., 
on the 9th day of March, 
1977. 

Scott Alan Salmon, 
Plaintiff, 
agakst 
' Donha Lcfe Minard 

SalmoB, 
^ "BfefiWanf "•' ^"'' ' "" '' 

Hvf alrtV «i t29i»tni i^ri 

'' fhe' objwt' 'of^iys suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
siddit of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 27 
Parker Road, Scituate, 
Ma^s. it is ordered that 
she do ai^ar here within^ 
ten (10) days after due 
pidilication hereof, aiul do 
what may be necessary to 
protect ber interest in this 
suit. /"^^T 
Avjas)y?^este: (John V. 
Fentress v y 

By: PattiA.Keeneha&TD.C. 
SUnford R. Peerless 
3805 Sea Horse Way 
Virginia Beach, VA 
23452 

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Public Notices^ 



ORDPR OF PUBLICATION 
In the Cleit's Office of 
the Circuit Court ot the 
City of Virginia Beach,VA. 
on the 9tb day of March, 
1977. 

David D. Chapman, 
Plaintiff, 
, against 

Rfglna J. Chapman, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defeiuiant, upon 
the. grounds of desertion. 

Aitd an affidavit iavii« 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address beinr: 15650 



; Faikell Avenue, Detroit, 
Michigan, 48227 it is or- 
ilered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) &ys 
after due puUicatioa here- 
ai, and do what may be 
Mcessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A ct^-Teste: J(^ V. 
F«rtrass 

BY; HHi A. KeeTOlM, De- 
p«^ C9eidc. 

-/Wtllite F. Bumside 
P.O. B<» 1062 
Virgtala B«a(^, VA 
23451 

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Re: Estate of Hugh E. 
Owens, 8r., deceased. 
SHOW CAUSE AGAnST 
DISTRIBUTION 
CP «4448 

It ai^aring that a re- 
port of the accounts of Uni- 
ted Virginia Bank/Sea - 
board National, Noriolk, 
Vlifinia, Personal Repre- 
sentative of the Estate of 
Hugh E. Owens, Sr., de- 
ceased, and of the debts 
and demands against his 
Estate has been filed in 
the Clerk's Office of this 
Court, and that six mmths 
have elapsed since the qua- 
lificatibn, on motion of the 
personal representative; 
IT IS ORDERED that the 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, fite Estate do 
show cause, if any they 
'can, on the 24th day of 
March, 1977, at 9:00 o' 
clock a.m., before this 
Court at its courtroom, 
against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of 
Hugh E. Owens, Sr., de- 
ceased, to the Legatees 
without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

IT IS FURTHER ORDER- 
ED that the foregoing por- 
tion of this ORDER be pub- 
lished once a week for two 
successive weeks in the 
Virginia Beach Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circiuation in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
ENTER: This 4 day 
of March, 1977. 
A copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
William DriiUtwater , 
Ansell and Drinkwater" 
4336 Virginia Beach bivd. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23452 • ■ 

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ORDER — 
VlRGmU' ^ IN THE 
CLERK'S 6^€t WfllE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

ON THE 9TH DAY OF 

MARCH, 1977. 

In re: Adc^tion of Charles 

Glen WyUe 

By: William V. Lassen 

and Beverly S. Lassen, 

Petitioners 

To: Vance Wykle 

2305 Sibley Court 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 



In Chancery 
#C77-308 

This day came William 
V. Lassen and Beverly S. 
Lassen, Petitioners, and 
represented that the ob- 
ject of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
above named infiint, Char- 
les Glra Wykle, by WU- 
liam V. Lassen and Bever- 
ly S. Lassen, husband and 
wife, and aft^vit having 
been made and filed that 
Vance Wykle, a natural 
parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the State 
of Virginia, the last known 
post office address being: 
2305^ Sibley^^rt, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vii^inia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that the said Vance Wykle 
ai^ar before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed ad(v- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: Patti A. KeenehanD.C. 
Stuart L. Nachman 
Steingold, Steingold A 
Nachman 

1116 United Virginia Bank 
Building 
Nortolk, Virginia 23514 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In tte Clerk's C»fice <a 
the .Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia B^ch.VA. 
00 the 8th (hty of March, 
1977. 



^acineline Marie Hughes, 



/- 



THE 



MARD. 

W. L. ToweM 

rm s/i«, 3/M 2t 



<»tDER 
VmGWIA: IN THE 
CffiCWT (WTRT W THE 
cmf OFtmCINWLBBACH 
MAR;4. W77' 



against 

pijiam hovis Hughes, 

Dd^ttiittt. 

the M«ct ^ this suit 
is to oraih a divorce a 
vtncvlo natrimonil frtm 
^ sa^ d^Mteri, vpot 
tte grtads (rf one year 
s^ratton pvrwuitto^c- 
tiM 20-91 (9) (rf tte code 
of Vii^inia, 1^0, as 
amended. 



And an affidavit havii« 
be«i made ud filed fiat 
the defeadaat is a noo-re- 
sident ot ttw SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known pMt 
office address be^r Route 
4, Box 171, Festos, Miss- 
ouri it is ordered that he 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due pid>llea- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to- p*»-^ 
tect Us interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: PattiA. Keenehan, D.C. 
Postonik Mercer 
6210 Pardue Court 
Virginia Beach, VA 
23464^ 

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n 

W 
as 
■J 
CS 
in ten (10) days after 9u» 
puUicatton hereof, antBdo 
what may be neccs»t9 to 
protect his tiderest ia-lbis 
suit. W 

A copy-Teste: John^IV. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, NC. 
Clerk 

Ronald H. Maries 
803 Plaza One m 

P.O. Box 3302 li 

Nortolk. Va. 23514 0^ 
»a 
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ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, VA. 

on the 8th day of March, 

1977. 

Hinton Lee Cox, 

Plaintiff, 

against "** » • **- 

Peggy Ann Garver Cox, 

Defendant. 

Ttte object of this suit 
is to (Atain a divorce a 
vinculo matrtmorii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1643 
W 208th Street, Torrence, 
California. 90501 it is or- 
dered that she do aj^ear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit 

A copy-Teste: John VI 
Fentress • ■>: '- i'.."^. '''' 
By: Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 
James A. Gorry, III 
P.O. Box 626 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, Va., on 

the 4th day of March, 1977. 

Louis Edward Taylor, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Beatrice P. Taylor, 

Defendant. 

The object oi this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be mer- 
ged into a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, vpm the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State ai Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 15P 
Forest Street, Manchester, 
Conn., 06040 it is ordered 
that she do aiqiear here 
within tm (10) days after 
due publicatitMi here<rf, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keene^, D.C. 
Kelberg t Cb'^dress 
533 Newtown Road 
Virginia Beach, Vi. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, VA. 

on the 11th day of March, 

1977. 

Randy Glen Wolter, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

April Lynn Wolter, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit having 
l>een made and filed that 
the defendant is a ncm- re- 
sident of t'^e State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 6510 
Anaheim N. E., Allmrquer- 
que. New Mexico, 87113 it 
is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what mayl>e 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: J<An V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Richard F. HolUday 
Suite 211, Pembroke Fmir 
Pembroke Office Park 
Virginia Beach, VA 
23462 

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If',"/ .t:*^'* • ■ ' 

(MlDEROF PUBLICATION 

In file Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach,VA. 

on the 11th day of ManA 

1977. 

Susan. Ann FraserGur^, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

John Peter Gurski, 

Defendant. 

The object of thU suit 
is to obUin a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonU from 
the said defendant, upm 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a n(»-re- 
vsideist of the State of Vir- 
ginia the last known post 
office address being: Col- 
orado it is ordered that he 
do ai^ar here within ten 
(10) days afterdue publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A cq)y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Ke«iehan,D.C. 
Tidewater l.egal Aid ^ 
Society 

147 Granby Street 
Suite 350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA., on 

the 7th day of March, 1977 

Teresa A. Newbern, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Charles L. Newliern, 

D^euiant. 

Hk (^ject <rf ttis suit 
is to (^tain a divorce a 
mensa et tlK>ro from the 
said def«idant, upon the 
grcnnds (^^nstructivede- 
sertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been mMie $ni filed ttiat 
the defewtent isaM»-re- 
si^ o( tte SMe of Vir- 
giniat Itte.ltirtjkiwn 9(«t 
otacB address bai^p P.O. 
Ba'US, jtaweUs Mnt, 
N.C., 279^ it is cMtlered 
tlat hedoi^pHrherewlth- 



I 

CRDER OF PUBUCA'AoN 
In the Clerk's Office <^the 
Circuit Court of the Cttyof 
Virginia Beach, on the 7th 
day oi March. 1977. 
Adelaioa M. Valer, 
Plaintiff. 

against | 

Pedro M. Valer, ' 
D^endant. ' 

The dbject of this Wt 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vhiculo matrimonii j^om 
the saM defendant tqnq tke 
gromds ol septnikm i» 
excess of one y^r. 

And an affidavit hnVing 
been made and fUcditet 
the defemtent is a Mfl-re^ 
sid«it ol the State oi Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address b^g:!^' 
gon. B(Aol, PhiUHptae^. it 
is ordered that he do'^H 
p^r here withia taii[l(9 
days dter due pAUe^M 
berwd, and <to wiat mtjUi 
Mcessary to iut)tect Us In- 
terest in ttts sutt. , . 
A Copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress : 

Bv: J. Curtis Fntft DMT 
Cwrk 

Arthur C. Bf«M«4 * 
210 AUuttc NaO^ tedt 

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Pi»trfttt - Stadie. 1517 
Pleasure ftwse lid.. Vs. 
Beach. CaU M4-S747 bet- 
ween 6 p,m. and 9 p.m. lor 
reservations. 

TWO DOGS-Part uennan 
Shqiherd, 8 months old. 
1 male and 1 female. FREE 
to a good home. CaU 482- 
«33. 



FREE trees and ataap 
tor firewood. Cat yoor- 
s^. CaQ «H-6I29. 



FREE-Boxes fd clothes- 
work clothes, apiKtai- 
mately slsc 40's. AU sises 
of dttUrens cloths and 
dresses. Qdl 420-3844. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
vrriES-Stery and movies, 

tor, Peggy FortiiaBd at 
547-6562. 



FREE to a good tame. 
1 1/2 year old nale, iriKttt- 
haired, mixed breed dog. 
Loves ehUdrOL Gatt 420- 
1442. 



FREE poppy to good home, 
mle, 6 nuMtfhs oU. CaU 
483-2212 after 5 p.m. 



FREE! W»}LESALE JEW- 
ELRY CAnUAXH fixsla- 
stn DislgBer's CoUe^ionl 
BargtiM galore! Box 1824 
ClevelaBd, OUo 44106. 



ETCBT HEALTHY PUP- 
PIES- Pmrt Gennao $bifp- 
herd and part Terrier. 7 
weeks M. i mal«s and 3 
fematts. » wfette iritt blade 
armnd tti^ eyes, aU te 
test sre dMfberd ccriored. 
Molfe^ i&an&iantreSbep- 
terd. FREE topiod homes. 
Can 424^4768. 

I II I I I I I I 1 1 1 I I 

FUE TRAlHEI^-calMdar 
Ustlng evealSMbeaBledtor 
tte nyd-AtlsBtic are* this 
w4nt«' and sin^ng. Copies 
are avaUalde by wrUing 
ChtMtpnke Bay Bridge - 
Tunnel, Dept. HB, C^ 
(partes, Va. 233H). 



FREE ia»nry card ortit- 
In yon to aU tte books 
yon CM rend. Come to any 
fd ow four locatlow: 300 
Codsr Road. Civte Cotfer- 
Taylor ^Md * Poc^MOdBi 
Bvd. - Western ftrwadl- 
PnArioder A Decatar. 
Sontt N(B«>lk - ittttm 
River ftMd A S/nom 
Rood. Hew loeation la dM- 
•nry at Goorae WasMi^ 
at MUUary Hwy. 



»fFEB? Fr«« 
"^Provo%er 'MugaxiM. 
VataMe iaformrtita ttort 
petaons taiiaoeessed foods. 
MOBAL rMfe^HM. Wrtte 
rnmim Press, S. Ca- 
ttertaM, m. Otbatg^m 
let. 



10 MO. (U^dog, Dobermaa 
Mi HoMbennl F»lMh>, 
sHsod. ttod wA^id - 
rcik Catt Itt-NN, Nt • 
MM. 



GET APPLUMCK SALES 
quickly! Advfrtiae in ^ 
Classified SecUen. CaU 547- 
4571 for ah sd-ifdtcr now. 



DON'T PAY IW it. Get U 
free at the HMdquarten 
Owsapeake iP^ic Li- 
brary: orlgiialjioli^fngsby 
local artists. BoUywood 
movies, and ^ulptnre to 
decorate wu borne. We 
also have raids of free in- 
formation to decorate your 
mind. 

ii l ii -«M»»<— —«— — »i 11 m 

NEED A FOJI 03- qieaker 
tar your nextcMbmectiiii? 
The Gbesapenko Piddle Li- 
brary tdftn free programs 
on cattvral affeiUv, movies, 
and anr books. 

free: pupNes, 5 «ks, old 
Rendy to Icove, Seen at 
708 Slalbam Rd. Chesa - 
po^, after S:SO p.m. 



NEED TO USE an out-(tf- 
town telepboee directory? 
We have a too of tbem at 
tte Chesapeake PiUrc Li- 
brary Headquarters. 
J— —««*»-— II " II I I 

FREE COURSE - On per- 
sonal efficiency and 
character traits for peo- 
ple over 21. No ohligaUon. 
^U 428-5231 or register 
at: 200 64th St., Va. Beach 

5 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS- 
3 females sad 2 mains. 
2 months old. Balf siaimse, 
wfU Siamese markings bid 
not colors. FREE to a good 
borne. C^ 488-6819. 

FREE EYE INFO-Basic 
facts everyone dioidd 
know ^oot eye care ftom 
the Virginia Sodety tor 
the Prevention of Blind* 
n«s. For vow free copy 
(d "Your Eye tor a I«ife- 
yuttmc td Sight" >nttcJ><>e- 
^vcnt Blindness, Box 2020, 
RtchmoBd, Va. 23216. 



NINE PART C<dUe 
pies, t wedcs old. 
male and females. Free 
to a good botae. CaU 421- 
8970. 



BE THERE vben the bears 
wake pi! Free etdor bro- 
chure "tells fou aboid va- 
eatioi^) in tte Great 
Smokies, in ^trlag or 
anytime. Write AwrtUe 
Chamber of CMMaate, 
lOU, Ashe^e, N. C. 
28802. 

FItEE to a good home. 
Part Sh^iherd, part Labra- 
dor. Good Witt ^Udren. 
good wntoi dog. CaU 412- 

FREE-For able people who 
want to become more aide. 
Learn how to iaqtroveyonr 
1^, handle imMems and 
addeve your poteidiarsuc- 
c«« InUfe.AvaUalteHnr 
la tfrfiaia Beach. SevOn 
hours packed fiOIofnseyUe 
dMa on commoniehtiod, 
pnrpooM and loalsiodbov 
to achieve tbem. lUm cd- 
vaat^^e of this oi^ertimtfy 
to lean how to ^uige un- 
wwted condltiotts la yoor 
envlroniaent. Free. Witt 
BO obllgitioB, to talrodoee 
stiotofagy. the pMk»o|i^ 
jm caa i^y to life. Re- 
gisfer at 20«-22nd Strm/t 
or CaU 428-5231. 

PWE-Commerdid btit 
neks. Five l«R. 001484- 

2iH. __^_ 

FRIS^Bendifnl Iris* Bat- 
Mr, female. I ymat idd. 
Sbe needs a good tmu in 
the omdry witt roMi to 
nm. CaU 4M-8993. 

-■— ...^.i - III - I r - 

ntEE tfwidag id inovfe 
"Brian's Soag" st nrious 
?l]fi^ Bei^PMicU- 
taiirics dM>t Mok of 
itefck 21. dMtidriMr lo- 
cal hnmcft'ttniy Ht loo- 
essary frMtlefcelsbcl«*M 
Marebdaadll. 

FREE-Dog, mixed braod, 
SmaU, aMit-iinind Made 
dog, Mlt, d lawithi eld. 
las had am. Lons chil- 
dren nd nowli to bo nit- 
rite. C^ S48'4SI» after 
I p.m. 



TWO raPf1£S-t ■•i,4d. 
Bott mlasd bnod. Pomale 
loaks Ukt Udf ct "La^ 
aad «hi Tnmib'^i Mate is 
iawB MM blMt cetorad. 



nSE- Uktmimr ItM- 
tv», 2 yuan «!#. Sesd 

COB 413-^ 



t^XM DOCS-Mnlo Ott- 
ante it firt ai'toa 






shlldreo. LodUat tor good 
homes. CaU 4ttlM1. 



fwv. eM. Mod • ttM 

cmmFmm 



FREE-Deg, mind bned. 


nMnnB-trntrng^ 


6 mM. old mate. Very 


tmmt» j^noadMd 


affeettoaali. tons cMI - 


tte*«. Caa IM-MM #• 


dren. Pra* to a goedbom*. 


jwftj»>m. 


CaU ill 4M3. 


tH-rni 



MAKE SUOKiY a r.^.., 
ttat means a friend near- 
by. Help drive crooks 
crasy! For free member- 
ship Informtlon write 
Smokey Bear 1, CB Poss 
Hea<knarters, 1100 Ni 
IKSthSt. Miami. Fla 33161 



notice is hereby gt««» ill 



ntES-Visits to the Vlr- 

>^na tewft 'planHa^'lttiB 
ivny 'AM^day and Sunday 
fu^ March. The Pro- 
mnm is "As the Earth 
tips" vUch begins at 7 
^Jli. wch nigM. CaU 486- 
Ml tor reservstions. 



4yr, old part diepberd and 
fttriever. White male. Very 
pUifbd, very good witt, 
dOdlMn. ExceUentwatch- 
dCi. NMds homo Witt room I 
to nm aad play. CaU 480- 
7837 



FREE Film programs for 
im at Gt^t Neck, Win- 
ds« Woods and Virginia 
Bnck toanch Ubnries ev- 
ery Sitnrday morning. 
Cootici 340-2987 fJDT in- 
lortiuflsn oa film tiUes, 
timts aad dates. 



FRBt GAMES- to. check 
oat. ftt, Probe. Mooopoty, 
Sbtn^ BachRfflon, Cbarlie 
Brown, Rnggety Ann, 
Cbasa, Rnhoer pussies and 
omay, awn at Chesapeake 
HenddHurtMv Library. 
Grti« Bridge ChUdno's 
Roote, . 

2 fllAIi shaggy feoiale 
dogs^ One is a nmr. To 
a fMd bmac. Call 947- 
4872 

FREE Geroiaa Sbephtrd, 

ayedf teiaale 1 1/2 yn. 
, fne to good home, 
ExceUent Dot. CaU «4S- 
5i09. 



ROQUMATE wanted - eight 
nom boose, DoAartoa 
(KenmsviUe) ana, 1125 
plaitetf of otUftiet. CaU 

57-i»tor58t-ait. 

AUTO JUNK-We hvy Junk 
autos, tncks, buses-Call 
623-2297. 



RB8P0IKIBLE female to 
adiiuH three bedroom 
boose year ronadNortteod 
of Virginia Beadi. CaU 
Jaaieo afier-4:00 - 422- 
1109. 



BUY. seU, trade. SnppUes 
20| Off, state atpnateaU. 
Virgil^ Beaeh'» com - 
plete coin, aad stamptsbof^ •■ 
pi Hi^, m6 TtaFiiaikf:<)i 
tood S&^p^ Center. 464- 
S121. 




pUDilC IIUI 

ecuUve Park Mortolk, Va 
durlBc regular busloeyi 
Ho^s by any ciUxan who 
nqaest if on or baton 
Oehfter IS, 1977. The prin- 
cipal manager la Law- 
nhce J. Goldrich. 



SMOKERS - Do you naUy 
want to quit? In 5 short 
howra, we oan make you a 
Boo-smoker, for informa- 
tion. CaU 428-2962. 



•-Lost 



aUK. 



FOUND - Male coUie, trt 
color. Mentlflr aad pay tor 
ad. CaU 411-2378, aftor 2 
PM call 399-2403. 

Lost - Weston Bnach 
Area. Beige and «Uto long 
hatred dog. Part ooUie, 
bob-tailed. Chesapeake tag 
«0Sei9. Reward. Call 484- 
9821. 

LOST-Rad maledog.Dach- 
sbapd. 1 yr. oM, Jfltae- 
Bo««asel. Bed eofitr and 
vidte nea coUar. Gnea 
Ittm Area. CaU 490-IM9. 






m 



ifti 



mOliPB-TR-d. 1IT3. 11 
ownr, bud aad, salt tap. 
$3,400. CaU S87mO». 

I ■■< »■, ■! ■■■ .Ml. M^MI I » I 

maTRniMPH-TB-d. ma- 
leoto, 13,000 mttii. I own- 
er, AH'FM, 4 9Md wttt 
ovetdriv*. taggitd nek. 
moo, CaU <M7-6f47. 

CHEVROLET - ItIS Vaa, 
red, white, Apache wheels, 
AM -PM. radio, belter in- 
sidated. ftitmad oit bed, 
standard transmission 
moviat, 94000, make offer, 
Can5i3-4733 

I9«S PONTIAC BCaiNE- 
V&XE* 4 door, 4 new 
tina. new bnkas. btttfr- 
ies and tBae-qt. St.SOO 
mUes. ExeeUeat coadttioo 
inside and out, fully eqpip- 
ped. 4^ 340-3287. 

I - - J I I ■• 

MEKCIDBS- 1161, ISO ae- 
daa, cottMletdy rebailt,aU 
^extras, .|42iM, CaU 587- 
1578, 



1976- Dodge femttyvaMB, 
6 moiUte (dd. En^md 
eoadttton. Fully sell cota- 
taioed. NOthiag dowvi take 
iM«il«fUNidito; qiiii 414- 



ItPOfG SERVICE - My 
bonie, manuscripts, etc. 
CaU 420-9584. 



AUTO CRUSHER-A-1 Junk 
ear nmovUig. AH can 
toi^ away fne. Fast ser- 
vice. BSS-4011. 



AUTO JUNK-Ulh prtCM 

Bid tor Jnak can. CaU 
54413. 



GUARANTEED to stop 
SBwUng fire^aees. Old 
tb'^ees rafoired. New 
Ite^aees aaddansdedlfn- 
ed and boUt. CaU «8- 
7350. Vin^nia Beach Pin- 
place ud Chimaey Sweofi- 
en. 



CIRCULAR PRENTIMG- 
CHmOc <0Br prtCM Vti 
M«tm ottset «datty We 
also print nowna^Mrs tor 
etileges. tighi^li, JB- 
Ifttry bases, chvrcbcn, 
aajNbody inattag a jaiofes- 
Oional product. QnaUty 
low price, feat service.. 
OMfdete typescMnc fee- 
UitiM. For esUAile call 
Ken CBriey(547-tf71)or 
Norris Bly {627-S0»)}. 



BICCME TAX SERVICE - 
dbqm or evealags, to my 
borne. IRS n^stend,coa- 
lidetflal, reaaoaabel ^- 
cM. CaU 482-1781. 

fflHHNG-DreawBrttat aad 
altenttoes. iUltopHi.ltea- 
aoaalde. CaU Se-40M. 

SEW»G- Fm>I«^, att 
ktate, mco's aad vnmw's 
attentiam too. OUl MS- 
•ISS. 

■ T I, '"'■'iTr'-.:.' — -. 1 irt 

TfraiG - In my hetoe. 
Ibaaserlpts etc. CiU 44- 
79W aftM' >jn|ji^^y>, 



abUtE-Feamle, I bed- 
nom, Nortt M^ Vto^^ 
Boa^ CaU 4M-^ afiv 

fililttoiiUi&iiS^- 



TM-m*, AM-FM. lag- 
pge nek, radials, snoorb 
ooadtttoa. HNM Cauli?- 
3719. 

197S - Ford, 2 dr. Mavw- 
ick. Bratfudy Witt tut tt- 
tioii^.l 0«««-. 11,000 mi- 
les^ 3#Md^AM-nind- 
to, Bko aaw. How eoat 
13200 iMsidl. tor 1i400 
ca^ CaQ«i4^1ttttor«3- 

wwmtM 

1978 MALIBU CLAaJK>- 
V-8, burgand^. 9IO0 «(^ 
nal Biilea, nodleat ooo- 
dttlMj eon^l^My Uko 
nelr. P«Uy win^ipod. CaU 
424-49MI. 

tttO aSVRCHiST-ftBtloi 
wagod, V-t, ddewMttot nir 

^^ IH^OO. Cii 4M-Sm bo- 
^ IwoW I a.m. aad t p.m. 



BUtCK LtD, 1975. U|^ 
ttne irittiihtte iMdcaVep^ 
alr-eoMttQoad. «U gdver, 
tIR iNm«1, enise eoptrbli 

fiffflil fff 4tt^^ Ijlte epw a-. 

rigiaal owaer. IS.lK7caU 
5«-9374 after 5 p.m. 



CHBYia.ER - 1974 New 
fnter, air cowBtfoning, 

AM-PM steno, «^l(»f 
oomljttion, cruise oontnd. 
iUUfatyj9»rb«. tiustadil. 
|2,90Q CaU 4f4-0?l0. 



V^iA - 1973. 40,000 mi.. 
exceUeat traasportatkm, 
new chrtdC Jnt b^iectod. 
CaU 499-»M. 

■ II T ii into i . l ia it ii ■ , I - P I- i i-. i 

LmcoLR c(»rrorQfTAL 
vm, kMdod, l^r la - 
torto*. broase exterior, 
A»-PM 8 trade stereo, or- 
iglmd HieheUn steol nd- 
ii*. MB power, exeaUsat 
eo^teO. HIOO. CiU m- 
»33. 



.^ilEVETTE 
ir condttlaned, 
ndiUOtt. 12900. 
aalntornation- 



™^ -^6,000 

mUe«, like new, udAmific 
(aetacy air, 2 door coupe, 
red with white interior, 
saerifiee M O.IOO. CaU 
482-2695. 



MGB-GT, 1974, 4 speed, 
overdrive, AM-FM stereo, 
14000, CaU 857-0121 or 
484-6794 after 5. 



1970 ObOSHOBILE - 4 
door. Delta M, radio, air 
power steeriiig.aadbrafceB. 
Nb«dt body work 1600. Call 
, 424-9454. 



DODGE-Maxi Van. 1871, 
turtle top. felly Insntetod, 
roof top camper afr-ooa- 
ditloaer, 3/8 automatic 
tnaifflisstoo, power ste- 
erini and brakes. 92,000. 
464-1145. 



«9-FCItfi-LTD, radto,»le- 
tric wiadots, aawmatic 
traasdrissioa, new Uns, 
condition, 9410. 489- 



LOia>LN • 1987 Coatlaaa- 
tal. 4 doora, good boAr, 



KaiOA - tmjuimttk, 

nieame, aeods wMt. 
WM ^psttabUii. CaU 424- 

tm 



8S 



CADtLUC - 1973 Plaet- 
wDod Brmfham lyEtoi- 
ance, 94199, well malB- 
taincd. CaU 409-3636 

I . I ' I ill 

CAni - 1971, 2000CC, 4 
4kt«d, good coodlUoa-fOed 
mtlohge. Row red paUit. 
»295 aegetiabte. CaU 
419-3094. 



«H 



-Tncbs-Trallon-JaeBS 



MAZDA-1974. 1/1 twplek- 

a, Bv«i|IasscamptabeU 
i-PM eMsettostoreo, 
|IIB0.00.&n46i-4tty 

JEEP- 1976. CJ-5. dduke 
model. 94500, nu 415- 
C7048. 



1974 QMC PidEup, l/ttoB 
Selm Pkc., loaded, rad- 
ial tires, antomattc, pow- 
er ^teeriag aad power bta- 
kes. isea at 429 General 
Bnott Blvd., Va. Bcatii. 

9tnB. 

' ^ItailMniHriaie-BMetorii ' 



i^HN. XBrli. 01 - 

t^Bm edattttoa. 9290. 
Cyi 484-4140. 



1970 tVnOWDB-d HP mo- 
tor, osaddnlyltimes.Good 
as BOW. CaU 404-4139. 



II 

mmm 



ttilByp MORTILYlll! 

mamiEitHiMidtev- 



Mt, excitini^ eaiyf Sdad 
Mtf-addmssod aad steflm- 
ed eani^ to Box^4. 
CteMlaad, OMo 44I0I. 



BABYSirtER and UgU 
bonseltoaplni, 5 days a 

wo«, I a.m. to 5 pjn. 
Vast ban o«a traa^or- 
tttioa. 547-0444 aftar S 



PABTtlMB-rt home $200 
* ati»« wMi^ possflde. 
Send Mfadib-osiBd stejpt- 
|ttde«n^Bipet«LAMEtt- 
totlir&ed^ 1$0| 'naflrid^ 
Rd., O^rioftisvUle, Va. 

mos. 



CVSSlttICK COUNTY* 
Bidyodi ana-Ian satn 

diHey. atammimm 

to your bwdto t a aew-^ 

Siper. CbasapeUw Post, 
ig liomadutoas. Cuaan 
as muiA as |U0 a week 
in yoar ^uro time. Qdl 
Jim BtovB it 547-4571. 



PJlt tafB t 91.00 per 
liQ# to ^taiidbe bwiaau 
firtaa, BttiffleMlltarhome- 
jittm «|tt jn aebOBi 

SddUMi. Write iUtf- 
e^l^ Std « tend It 
Plormce, New Jeraoy 
OfSU. 



NEED Extn Money? We 
need aomeoMKwbo is wUl- 
ii« to work. Retirad 
or semi- rottred. Year 
romrf eastodial aerrtees. 
I bMtrs per day. CaU 140- 
8121 or MO-iIn. Between 
10-2. 

I 

REMODELOfG OM YOUR 
mind? Tou'U ftad the re- 
job Usted ia today's Clas- 
"^tpd Section. 



HELP WARTiS - WcmiM 
a^w to wttt aad inn. 



WKm 

EXECUTIVE 
Highly regarded cosnpi 
has acartof P' ' 

tor an ti^eri' 
peraea. Reqt 

starter who v. 

fepmmiwIaiM. lOala^ 
BBeasepaldtnladig. 
Mr MMwbt: Forlife- 




WANTED - part time. 
93.00 hmr to teleiMne 
business firms. Excellent 
forborne maken withpre- 
scboDl tf* chUdren, Write 
Aladdin Color, SiU A Broad 
Stnet, Florence, New Jer- 
sey 00918. 

HELP WANTED - Insur- 
ance sales, no debft. need 
sales people looking for a 
nvrarding career wtth one 
of Iho nifor insmnee 
eompabtes in Amorica. 
GaU 397O061. 



COSMETICS* - a MarskaU 
Fi^ feillly owned «om- 
BUf is etptiidlng in Va. 
Field Creatioos Inc. Part- 
time coasttHants oceded. 
Possible to earn 9100- 

S7S. Commissioa sates. 
m name, addrebs, and 
tdleilione narabor tor Box 
laqn. C/O CboniMake 
Poat. Oiesapaake, Va., 
23320. "SmaU investment 



rough 
.PM 804 
LECT-WAYNE 



WHAT ARE YOU dotog in 
yoar aipan time rif hf now 
that provides ektn ;ln - 
come? If your answer is 
nothing, yet yon an ambi- 
tious enough to listen to 
a retlistie opportunity, 
call 420-0977. >• 



BARN EXTRA mCOME - 
la ranr gptn time. Mar- 
kstiai opportaaity tor these 
wbo. want something diftcr- 
eat and exciting. CaU 497- 
96SS. 



EARN EXTRA MONEY- 
SoU subscriptions to your 
hometown newspaper, 
Chesapeake Post and Va. 
Beach Saa. Bit eomodss- 
ianai Caa ean as mooh as 
$200. a week to your span 
time. CaU Jim Brown at 
547-4571. 



iJkmmd 


Uf# AdMtt 


Thtolftyoiir 


drMmH 


IN ham oir ium toll 
omBMlMgmp of onr 
40,001 onBl^'doi taaHfe 
towdico iMitti oseH - 
tiTClSrflMAFt/ 


jpHpSj'^^ i *' 


9BHH nnvrvivw* 



WORK, AT HOMEinapan 
ume. Gan9ISO.O0pei^00O 
stufllng enveloiws. Send 
2M plus stampod seUi-sd- 
dressed envelope tos B.P. 
SALES, P, Box 1327 
MerriUvUle, Indiana ^ 



HIRE DEPENDABLE WORK- 
ERS with Classified Adb. CaU 
547-4571 now aad get fest 
results! 



FUND RAlS^ER^Hi^iilliold 
itedk provides 40.%Kpflt, 
no isvcstment fw^red. 
DetaUs. San Mstrttmting 
Co. Box 6395 Va. Beach, 
Va. 23456. 



l4-PosWansW>bted 



CARE for two aad jtossi- 
bly ttree eUoiiy ladies 
to my home. CaU' 547- 
8347. 



BABYSITTING-afes 2 and 
«l>. ' Hot landlHB provided. 
Danedto Apt. ana. CaU 
483-4229. « 



BABTWrrUIQ >^5 days a 
week. Baportaacod. Plenty 
of toys add fenced to yard. 
CaU 421-3949. 



ffiWBIQ - PoftiisMr, aU 

gds, man's aid iranen's. 
entions t^C^53- 
6151. 



bABY^lBiO-my home, 2 
nan and 49, fbneed yaid 
London BrMie area. CaU 
340-6460. 



WILL can toi^ddeif^ per- 
son to my b«me. ^iuiby 
area. CaU 425-6688. 




be-' MMHI 



IF YOU KNOW BOW TO 
MAKE ttiags work, ^vtttise 
"Sendees' to ttw Wbat Ads. 
CaU 547-4571. 



BABTsrrtER WAMtEp • ' 
Estatos ana, 
2 Ctoldrea 
terma. Tow 

Koaie or mtao. Cair 497^ 

0119 after 8 P.M: 



FOR 8ALE-P00I Room, Va. 
Beach. 7 tabled, noAease, 
basbiess groMig.* CaU 
497-1048 after 3 p.ai.- 

BE Wt)EpENDENT-!oper- 
ati yon* oint aattondlyad- 
veitiae^ wpetMlaitel- 
storjr iieAeai^ ^^^mss. 
Low aulk IfivestmiBt. For 
detaUa caU 543-r " " 



VHBN YDU'VB GdflBT- 
fi9IS TO span, fiadtMo 
F»d homos Witt our Free 
Bee Ad at BO «»t to yod. 
eaUS47-«71. 



EEPEB ^- lion. 

Prt. li^toiPM 
Mart Iwn outt . traanor- 
tatloa lad tMnme^. CaU 
404«O9|l after OPM. 



J^AGEl tBAgrSE'S 
MjHdiOtMiloeaiais- 
WWWPW re|fi«itet . 
JbrteUjBO >00 ceaipai^. 

Jdbte todlvldnal tolSter 
te^plni progr^. Ho ex- 

9»tm» mrnktrm 

grti^jgO. «e day.. 
7>M CMf 



USDAJ 
tefk<piallty 



BEEF 



bwns, ^MrtMra. 

*€b^ wnHMd < to your 



*Pno komt-MtKWfk 
'^Mr panoaal, aiaaey- 
MM* panatoe wtttlevery 



Gn^ Crjyjie^ 



IncAM. 

•SboataMrclM 
vftkont baater paiaa 
vitfeontstbmitoadMs 
IWaU a l«h mtala, bb- 
Irlltow, feed sonrno .wttl 
Bo CkeiMeal aMItlns. 

J Bidt Gnanntoe If U 

i^inrt flar yon. 
iO'Leary 



o'^MMiei. 

MMNelni^'l 
Tiahdng 



BidMdimi and Br 
Bnstooaa /to 



OavMM 

A 



KODAK DISnUiUTOK POiAKOn 
iVfllfiAOY WANTED KIVtTOMI 
WESTmOHOUSi HOUON ALMfMt 

MMOuai, Miia or FaiWto. naadM fuH or |HM4iaie te dto 
wwie wane utfnm no^H nm* ene ofnar pMne pneiMfi 

tmeugli 

.OtianMeadia 




MU Mr.HaMafNBf 

MeMmf«iFM^r,»aAW«MK'l«.9afLtof»iK.o.T. 

orwrtm: rmttTONt PHOTO CO^ 
' twitladti. 







■■^■M^UHPflMRlMiEl^VMMli AMnL ' 

N0fvniiiE7iWAMmm 




mMuun -^ Mmwmoti 




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A 








"T TjtftiiQM-Trtla to be- 
rfie Tractor Trailer Dri- 
fer-Dles«l Mecbtnlc ~ 
iTj Eqidprnent Opera* 
iUMtl Miiiaicinent • 
^ttnee Adjtotors and 
- wilrtttlgators. Call 480 - 

-idnrr 

Ol MMIHWMIilHMHMMiMI 

.^tnm ll-yriwtelMitnKttM 



GUITAR, Banjo, pUno, or- 
' *®»B aod dnun lessons. Pri- 
JL'^d*** ^' »"^ lastniction. 
™J^HlJAers and advanced. 
I'AccredHed teachers in 
:,^i¥kirGkI»iid,:Va. Beaeb and 

i iTIS!*"* «"*»• Call 420- 
''^f'^Utt, If no answer 548 - 



■JUK^WnUCnON CLASSES 

ka ^ nu Meittaa TraiDiw 
S^QOl, Great Bri%e. S47- 
SIS«. 






.Ma 



^^ 



Hts 



8fli}f.iOCTON TERRIER PUK- 
,i369»KC, Mghrtfred, ^(Ks, 
mrmed. C«U^^4K-6110. 



i^m^ 



OOLUE PUPPIES AKC • 
AO^Wbite 
ladtKrottBd, 
tt» feSMi* but pret- 
ir. CaU ISS-ZSH. 



->^^cfO(®LE8 - ran bbdc 

29]l><4taiid0ti^ » vetitscM, AKC 

-?j>'' Revered, tiMts/worm- 

- ed/eltnpcd. |100 etch. Call 

t.ia 1 :-. : . ^ 

P(»f8M0StH • Chesa- 



i.«'i:;i<^MriU WM butc clan> 
>i7^f OT«iu1lBf Ho-, im. Fot 
^vliw- MsimattoB call 
4IS*S<Ni. 



.«'"i«.">. 



WSrawSaBtH? 



ARABIAN STALLION - 

Grem Acres Maarc. Staiid- 

' tat for 1911, visitors wel- 

S ,eiii jsomB. Gtnt Bridge Stnd 

a-'M 'Service, 401 Warricli Rd.. 

n$0 .&«at Bridge. CaU 547- 

5411. 



dOtllilMMMMMHHapiMHH 

|^iriM«k7 CaMaet - 40" 
X 9'ir -^0. 2 Us- 
' ISx 



oiMmii^'^^J^ 



Mumi |3S. Rack Imr Jew- 
.eV .£.#>«» -^* tor W. CkwBter 



-g^oWmSN'a ^ Kenuine ftill 




ir.coat. Dgep 




SIxeJl . Never worn 
CtIllfterS:SQ-460- 



■ r r 2^ JDOLLS-FraaUin D. 
Booatvett settled mpen 
ud oiter papers. Old |dc- 
tan. flvam and old 78 
morii. Call 481-U17. 



COLLiCTC»S 
ttft Wutf Ada waddy 
for rare nkes. Tnnbadt 

■UKf BflLYif MN^E SK}P 

0^ dOtar. »04 Hlfb St. 

jtortMMi^ All types of 
-ocbwHaBtSy- CTt flasa, cblia, 
rivvaAnfeira. Bajucamericanl 

am lla^r Charge. Cam 

M7-M27. 
8« 



f iOf A 4 CHABI-Oimstiir- 

I fM. 6sod ^ondttJOD. |65. 

L Cal|«0-t$e. 

r ■"■ "iR^B^^atritle Kemnore 
I .^.^Ortwaber. Excellent 
* *^oqtittI<». Uke new. Har- 
Wft ti^ witb dark brom 
^ratca tc^ ^. CaUS47- 



■Tw: 



I XX*: 



wv, JWVI-Aatiiiae Pot Bdlr, 
^«na wood or coal. It 
fTli^xmrka. |l».0O, 4M-79», 
4ll-«44. 




St SALE-Refirigent- 

drm, airtioK bar, 

llaat wiL^Rde \>t 

. B3-14ti 81^ Va. 

f Ai T«iie» CbaM 






»r* 1 



LcMins 



ffdreimciAUTO 



CcMuity 
Finame Co. 

LIKAU.Y 
m Mtn^EnBiA M.vi} 

VIUVIN 




^LiTilwCrtM! 



iD-/or ft 

ri, jetelr 
Mf iiowehold iteffl. Call 
46)3834 day or tlfgbt. 



SO-Mhisieal Htrebaattse 

maMMMMMBMnaHiMan 

PIANO - Wurlltxer, Circa 
1900, good condition, needs 
tming, 1499. Call 422- 
4840. 

PUBLIC ADDRESS SYS- 
TEM - good GOwUtiofl, 
(1) CHB-20-A. BogenChal- 
iMger; m FM tuMr yen- 
art FM-100; (1) transis - 
tertsed mtero^me mixer, 
^-wxf; (2)T-Batuaer . 
nterapdogie, desk tm; (1) 
w^ SffUk%T. CaU 4^- 
8182. 




McLaint' 
Nursery 

a 

Greenhouse 

lloweriat Shnibs 

OfMUMMUs 



784 Cedar Rd. Great Bridge 

Phone 547-2244 



HARVARD AftL-i bed • 
roona, tlrcoadHloofdwitb 
wimniag pooi1 fUMl.DOper 
nonth, open 8:00 a.n). to 
■-30 p.m., 2600 Harvard 
Jr. Phone 543-3031. Equal 
Housing Opportunity. 

44«itottses Piraiabed 



.^A GARDENS- 6 
utnrooins, i baths, living 
roon with fireplace, dln- 
Ing room, and den, fully 

carpeted. 428-1754. 486 - 
0822, 




S3- For Scat or Sale 



WANTED - Female Room- 
BMite, for young ll<«ber 
Idtb saBMperterrcd. Vir- 
1^ Beach am. Contact 
Bonaey, alter 8, 3«).'«384. 



tl- 



mtsiutm 



NCMTVIEW RARE (X»NS - 
Norfolk's mart emnplete, 
bttf, sell trade, bi^Bg sU- 
ver cotas, 42 Sodhem 
Sbop^af C«ter, Norfolk, 
8S3-8118. 



8t>J»aetry<tfl(Wwa 

For Sale ' 

BRACLET Vatcb. 14 K., 
Gcdd 1" Wide wfth pear 
Aape oraamcBt and dia- 
monds OB too.. Very valu- 
able. OiItMn-18(ffi. 



Ring- ladies diamond sol- 
itaire. Platinum setting. 
Center stone 3.85. Side 
stmes. .M each. Ap- 
imised in 1975 for 
|U,55O.0O. Price-$7,20O. 
CaU 4f9*17« or 423-7113. 



»MkedTm^tom 



PURE HONEY - Li^ 
or dark, 939.50 for 60 lbs. 
WUl deliver. BUI k Kits 
Hon^ of the SbenaodMh 
Valley, Rt. 8, Hirrison- 
biffg , Va., 22801. 703- 
434-3953. 



OYST£RS-Sbncked iotbeir 
0W1I Juice. Across bom 
nm's Sikfood Rertaurant 
off of LttUe Neck Rd. Call 
Earl Smith at 340-5171. 



DIRT*FILL» top sou, sand, 
laadscM^. CaU 486- 
»04.m-l'»9. 

IT'S SraOR! PIatfli«1ime! 
Free «w 48-jit. Plants 
GnMe^^ttafog In eokt, of 
frslt trees, berry ptots. 
grapevines, landscape 
plant material. Waynes - 
boro Nurseries - Waynes- 
boro, Va. 22980. 



il-Ma^iwy-Tools 

HYDRAUUC TliUCK 
Cran*-I2 1^ ton, 60' boom 
toLo^tat condition, CaU 
855-W96. 



T^uSSmfESSfffwSa 



SUNRKE PAfflC-1972, 12x 
65', iiiae enabdo, 2bed- 
room, jM tijn over pay- 
mods at tlA nunUily, fuU 
d^aUs from owner. CaU 
490-1428. 

BELLttEADE - 12x70', 3 
i>e^iwNna. Just assume 
paymeprts of |1M.12. 
Wooddiire Part. CaU 487- 

*m. «• 

-J. ' 

IF YOU HAVETHEKNOW- 
HQW. Want Ads have the 
Job. Ched( bow! 

' I- 



ful bath, ideal for Minla- 
ter or Priest, in wonder- 
ful Christian home atNew- 
towM SnM near Mattr 
CMer. Looking tat a 
pwmanetf tfpe peraoatMt 
wlU ai^wNUf a Sa* 
hsmf atimjMre. «iet 
and one^Ui Uala can be 
ittaStpi for toe. Oaemin- 
isttr fo be, is tireftfer Here. 
853^47^ " 



mX«X^ 



VACATION IN 

T»m MOUNTAINS 

A fteriMO for Ihijoiiti 
tMV.^Ptoi^ todoMl^w 
aad SOOacrewikDUe wna- 
gemMt area. Fisl^, 
teatt«,Uklag.gaaM,TV. 
lie. $adMa Uvli« area. 
Scfiea porA. S be«r«oaa, 
8 bafts, modem Ut^ea 
perfect for large lutlb 
groqw. Deer TraeksTi 
Daa SticUcy, Jr., t^ W. 
MUM St, Harrisoabwri. 
Va. 18801. 



HOME 
SERVICES 



DHWSTRIALA 
COlQ^UCtKW 
EQUiPMENT RENTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
^ • rANO AIR 
TOOLS 




PHIL GALBREATH 

Salea Vdnne Liader ia 
Jaanary 
pmt««iynril>Jii|liiaesa 




r- 



4333Bibt)ffclgeBhNl 

WHUfAN OeAN: MGR. 



Air Cooipressors 

.^laeeBeatera 

fbalB Saws 

WaUm 

Fortltfts 

Cranes 

.Pamps 



643-5723 




8EABR0GKE 
LAMDINQ 

Ch^ mlwtaaat hoaea 
Fm the ftrat time yon can 
buy a b«iulifol bone on 
moving water in Great 
Bridi^. Dock your boat in 
fonrowii back jq^. 7b«s6 
C<ulnB - brick imes ta- 
ciode econimicalhai^pamp 
custom kKdien Mrtaets, 
bay wiadow and maqr ex- 
tras. 

|48.990.00|mdiV 

Ricardo ReaAore 

311 Johnstown Rd. 

547^4655 



l^fi 



fataadSaa. 



m 



Tlnrft's a peat stiaettoB 
of bom« In Tidewater, if 

K "re la fte market for a 
se: Or, if you're Uilnk- 
iag of selling, weliave a 
steady stream of buyers 
arriviw through the GaU- 
ery of Homes. 

We're mwibers d both 

area 
Mult^' Liatlif services. 

GALLERY 

or HOMES 

PEMBROKE 
REALTY 

547-7145 

GreeriMier Sfinare, 

SaitalA 
1316 Battl^M Blvd. 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Bdlden 

Rome Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage JKdlders 
Rorai Additkms 
Alumtanm Sidi% 
Ro<^ - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 

^ 545-7318 



Hugh E. Black, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va, 



PIANO tuning and repair 
Player piaaos also re- 
paired. Old ^ano kspecia- 

Call 406-5d'16 



^JMJMI.AEganONS 

"AH slaaa efgaaagea^md) 
atiadMd garagea. 
*Cowtrt garage to a dw 
or AuBilyroom 

CeriUBJe IHe, Brick, * 
Btockwork 

We vedaUse la 
Bme Improvemaatal 

RK BLACK 



Home Im^wvemeat Co. 
in-S«9 397-7178 
ANYUME EVERRfGS 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
«trin>ingt window cleaning, 
carpet and uidiolstery 
shampooing.' Bonded and 
insured. 

FREE ESTIMATE. CaU 
OOMESTICARE at 485- 
1971 or home caU 487- 
7787 



DON'T LET OPPOR- 
TUNITY PASS you by! Be 
sure to check the business- 
es 'or sale in today's Clas- 
sified Ads. 

LAUREL C0VE-4bedrra;,. 
2 i/2tetha, krge lam rm. 
m flrQriw^,diBrm.,eat- 
tatt, 11/2 car iilr.,ejrtfa 
large Uvingrm., Custom 
drapes and carpet r> with 
bouse. 2M0 «( ft By owaer 
CaO«l-08M, 
■ — . ^ . ' 

ocEAjn winS'Oe^- 

MM, lovaAr, 1 bedrm., 
waterfrogt, m ftom*, coo- 
domialma by owner. CaU 
425-51X1. 622-1100. 



KING FOREST - 3517 Sea 
GnU Rd., open house U to 
3 Sat. A &m. Prestige com- 
muntty close to bases and 
school. Clean mdy for 
occupancy. 4 bedroom, 2 
1/2 baths. Any type financ- 
%. 156,500, by owner. CaU 
428-1200. 



FAIRFIELD - VA awral- 
sed 169,000. By owner for 
166,900. 4 bedrm. brick 
nm:h, 2 1/2bath, denwitii 
fireplace, fenced yard, 
many extras. Open House 
1 to 5 dally, 661 Lord Dun- 
more Dr., CaU 420-5321. 



GREEN RUN-Low assump- 
tion on this Contemporary 
3 bedrm., 2 bath, 3 patio 
rahch on oversixed canal 
lot. Energy saving fire - 
place and heat pump. CaU 
340-5258. 

- 

BRITTANY ESTATES - 
Lakdront, wooded, 4 bed- 
rm. brick ranch, den with 
fir^ce, fenced yard, 
buUdiead with fishing pier. 
AvaiWfle immediately. 
Many extras. CaU 481- 
0646. 



PEhlBROKE MEADOWS- 
Cul'-de-sac, 4 bedrm., 2 
storv. 2-1/2 baths, din. rm 
oversixed fam. rm. with 
fireplace, waU to waU car- 
peting, fenced in yard, 2 
toned central air cond- 
itioning, weU with pump. 
For sale by owner, $51900 
CaU 499-U32. 



INDIAN BIVE;R-Retirte%- 
Juat starting out? l^ra 
nice 2 bedrm., aU elactric 
i^My mt-t Jpfff* fMced 
yard, B«r 'WM -iM, 
maay eitfras, |»,000 or 
eqa^ and aanaM. Cau 
5fi-W24. 

GREAT eraOGE - Lovely 
OriA, raaeh. Ltv.rm.,din. 
rm., 3 bednh., 2 baths, 
aU-U Ut., den with fire- 
plan, 2 car gar., uofin- 
iabed room over garage. 
154,750, by owner. CaU 
^2-3171. 

HW.LY COVE-No money 
needed for VA buyer on 
ttis 4 be^txm feiKed tur- 
ner Mtow^ouse. A. WU- 
Us 547-7145, 420-9212. 
GaUery of Homes. Pem- 
broke Realty. 



RAINTREE-3 and 4 bed- 
room ranches in quiet,, 
wooded country from' 
134,950. CaU 485-3054 or 
488-8206. 



ByVAorFHA 
CHESAPEAKE - 49,500 
4 bedroom, 2 baths, brick 
with central air, family 
room with fireplace. Call 
Ruth or Jim Cochrane at 
588-3057. Higgins Realty 
420-3120. 

CAMELOT - 3 bedrm., 2 
bath, den, fireplace, din. 
rm., gar., corner lot, heat 
pump. 2 yrs. old, $5800 
and assume |334 monthly. 
Call 485-1634. 
special notices 



JarJala. 



BAfaE* iHi LEAaC^-flontn 
MUIs, N.C., SmUesSooUi 
of Vlrgliria Wa» «e U.S. 17 
aad MracoMit K^te^y. 
Prtwd wmammtrtffmr 
cannnaMse. <m^BMH»r 



W-Home! 



EXPERT HOUSE 
DIG- btorior, ex 
■Hto mtemrepafrs. 
«rtlautes. CaU 85 



6t-L^tBirJ 



t^ea remg 
^M^ng, electrical, u. 
seiary, no )d» too «M 
(^11587-1301 aaytime»« 
or i^A. \ 



GEORGETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SmK FOR SALE 

for 
Pet^pluidagJioaMa 
A Cu^tm BaUders 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
883 Providence Rd. 

CaN 464-9317 



TfT" 
till 



LOT cieai-u^v Gniii 
Demolition,^ Ae^ 
daarittg. Sma^or %^ 
Jeba. Bf the httir. mfik 
FREEesUmaUe-eaUl4 
18M. 



in 



CAMDEN POINT ISHORES- 
60 minutes from Va. Brack. 
Rrady to buUd. 4 sided, 
canal surrounded lot. Ap- 
proximately 2 acres. Ac- 
cess to Albermarle Sound. 
Septic tank, de^ weU, ele- 
ctricity and house fninda- 
tion. Like a private is - 
land. Call 340-7951. 
FREE BEE 



MONUMENTS, BURIAL 
LOTS - 2 burial lots and 
Bronxe Memorial 44x13", 
1800. Call 464-3780. 



^ nj^ j- 

LAWN A TReIS SERim 
Reenoval of ||ees J a 
stunps, lot cfeanii^ a 
ctdting grass. Insure^fi 
estimates. CaU 423-72 
anytime^ 

. rW r 

HOUSE CLEAJHiQ)<We i 
bouse cleaning %tfi«l^ ga: 
ages, and hatfliflg^i 
kinds. CaU 543i^9S«' 

PLASTERUIG -faARSE ( 
smaU. Very rfiMi«abli 
CaU 623-2667. „^^n^ 

FKE EXTOfG 
deal for home^' 
14.98 ea. 3 for| 
Free home delir 
DISTRlBUTmCp 
6355, Va. Beach, 




GREAT BROXiE - WUson 
Heights Prestige area. 3 
bedroom brick Colonial 
country kitchen with bay 
window family room, fire- 
place, bttUt-in bo(dccase, 
handmade cabinets, wooded 
lot. 482 - 22U, 547-7161. 
BuUder. 



FOflSHEO OFFICE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. A AUiermarle Dr. 
7 fini^ed office sites 1/t 
acre each. Water, sewer, 
curb A gutter iaeluded. 
Adams MeCtiw A Lester 
490-2791 



RAINTREE-4 Bedroom, 2 
stories in qniet, wooded 
country. From |34,950. 
CaU 485-3054, 488-8206. 



FYOU 

DON'T NEED 

IT SELL IT 

WITH A 

WANT AD 



HUOI 



DON 
REALJIPi 

Don P(^ has pemfia n 
estete office in' iM Pel 
broke Office PmcjMjro 
from Sears iC^SIRiro 



Mall. 



I List ftem, : 
Rent diem, and Rjiiy thei 

Jfembrcke Of^^Park 
Pembroke OneiSwildini 
VirginiaiBtaCfeh 



Q 



Cal4q9-„l^ 



t 



pbesH 

1B910 

)E vfib 



m'^ oM^fiNGwori^r 
ers wiUi "Help Wanted" ads. 
CaU 547-4571 now for your 
quick results! 



You Can Use 
TNs Space 
For »7.98 
a Week 



HAVE AN APPLIANCE YOU 
D<MI'T use? SeU It for cash 
wiUi a Want Ad. CaU 547 
4571. 



ARTISAN SERVICES 
ForaiaUy Rowa A LoogSer- 
riea Daptftmaat. Joe Rowa 
Ceacart Pfaao TutfngARe- 
palriBf. 

Cidl far aatimataa 
4l4-36>4 484.6165 



You Can 
Use This Space 
^359 A Week 



NEWSPAPER PRINTING 



avii 









^ 



"''WepBirH'lfewSf^p^sfor coHege&« tugb^chpots, miHtbry bases, 
churches, anybody wanting a professional product. We print ad- 
vertising circulars, too. Your newspaper or circular makes an 
impression. Be sure it^r«f4ects the image you want-to project. 

» 

Check our prices, delivery and snappy offset quality. Com- 
plete typesetting facilities. Call Ken Curley, 547-4571, or Norris 
BIy, 627-5020, for estimates, no obligation. And we'll appreciate 
the business. 



!3fn 

V-JllJ 

3mort 

s, - 

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IIsH 




You can trust ap^W 

REALTOR LB 



REALTOR 



Brt<dtRndMs-SI,$00 

Entnao) li^lr. 1 beifrooms, w2 baths» Kitchen with 

eating bar. Kltetea lamUy comUnytfoB. Carpeted .^^. a#%^ ^v* ^^l IP« lAi^r*!/ 

UTilg room, bedrooms, famUy roodi and baUway.lJQ|JSE OF THE WcCiV 

Caafom buUt cablaeU ta Utcben. Attached pnge," ■^^*'*'*" W ' ' ■"■ * ■-■-■m 

wmgy aabiag heat puny) wttb storm windows aad 

doors. New eairtmctioii,' flniiAed for your qp^ 

aeeatatj, t to aetoet tna. Have 2 vacairt hits. 

Will balid to yow^aas in- ours. 

AatrolMidty 04^8720 

QOl "Wrt* ft« (Brecttoaa aad fwther taformatfoo. 

NlgMa: ' 

lfcacyn,lor4»-^ SfJE!!"*!!;^ 
Leo Winters 419-3134 ^ TbOBipaoB 417-9125 



Tke mUU»a bdow are yr al a aalB t ah la rati Mlale 
iriM AMcAi to a Mrtol eaA etaSiM u s^abers 
tt toed aad statebeartewdafifcelbttaiid Aaae^ttoa 
attelbtetotaar^. 




021 «Kl 818 Q«iHi<^«ie«it 



Prtrt9ct four InvmttmiiU Se# OfM of th08<9 l^uMng aroa Ro^tonl 




T^lor Brothers 
Realty Go. 



31MT]qtil«q|IV3iW 

484-4S4a 




mmL 



rm CKUCK RE^JLIIS 

18W Speedy Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 

CALL 
424-8720 




flMftyCa 



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uiast 



Getting the CoM ShouMerl 



Hwf s tti« Ofw ^ing yiM wwi't get. when you oil I your hwn^wwi 
'^Miifiwni^ ntwipai^r. UMien you call i» for a low-a»t, i|uiek- 
acting claMifiad t^ yw'll te ^reetad 1^ « friendly perswi wbo't 
rvady |o IMm to your sJ^W) «i4.ii^ mAmbmkttmmm. 
i^c«^ wiMi it comes to pirtii^iri hMrwtmin serviot. we're 
on your side. So giye U9 • ail. We're Mr^ to help. For clMHi- 
fied, telephone 547-071. 



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SUNDIAL 




To iaclu* ^wr gr«M4p'9 aGtivHiM in SIMMAL, 
mail to SL)N» imRosMiK^lRoMi, V*. BMifcaa^. 
Notff ication of eveh^ takirm place afttr Wadkasc^, 
^ SUN'S publishing ^y, mint ba racaiv^ by 
S p.m. the pr^iMs Friday. 



yschd^ 



f amuiyi fine arts exkfliit, Satau^y, 
If. 5. 

1*^ toml clNb ezhfttt is part of 
National Boys' Clul>s of America 
e arts exMM ^xnsored by tbe Ep- 
m Memorial foundatioii. Local 
6st Dm Fortunato served as Judge. 
WinnittK eitrws mre aitaittted by 
i^las Moser, Erie Brown and Joldi 
irs^.. 

These pattiti^s will riowbeeitdtdted 
Wilmi^toB. Oetavtre as ptrt ctf a re- 
>oal comixtkioD among Boys' Cldts 
tiie lliddte Atlantic area. Wbming 
tries 1411 thm be sent to the Na- 

t%a| Boys' Cbb exhibit in San Diego, 

Cailtomia to be heU in liay. 



ShHiytowt 

A few si>aees are left tor study- 
tours of Rittsia aMi Spata. Censored 
by OU DotUnioB University's School 
of contlJMfiiff sh^s, th« tours dfer 
three coDege eredtts tait are open to 
credit and WM-ere<ttt sta<tots, to those 
adWBced in the bnguages orti^ose with 
little knowledge of Russian or S|«b- 
Ish. 

The IC95 tour of ^in ffom May 30 
to Jine U or June 28 to July 12 
Russian tours vary ki cost from |1135 
to 11234. Hie prices include most 
nuals, jAane lire and lodging. 

Tor further iafornsatiaB call Judith 
Johnson« ODU'S travel coordinator, at 
489-6467. 



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iThe Virginb Beach cbai^er of the 
%HI (1 Cant Help It) clidis Is spon- 
soring a dance on Saturday n^ht, March 
19, firom 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Tbe 
dance will be held at the Virginia B«ich 
.^^ees Building (formerly the Pem- 
broke Manor Community Center), Hins- 
dale areet and Bennet Lane. 

All IC-HI Clut> members and pro- 
spective meoAers in ttie Tidewater 
a^ea are invited. The "I Can't Itelp 
It'* Club is open to mentally and 
physically handicaM>ed pers<»is. 

The dance will feature disc jockey 
litrry Ryan from WNOR radio statxm. 
tifti magicians, a dance contest with 
pt>izes awarded to tte winners, several 
diwr prizes, and refreshments. 

Contact Mr. Harry E. Baird Jr., 
tt6-3U0, if further information is de- 
sired. 
p ' 

Shifting gears 

J , Virginia Beach women whose chil- 
d^ea are growing up are invited to 
pg^rticipate in "Shifting Gears," a pro- 
grain which helps you learn and shtu'e 
i^w goals in life. 

The program is part of tiie Virginia 
Beach- Norfolk Family Service/ Tra- 
ilers Aid, and will be held in the 
Norfolk office on Wednesdays from 
10:30 a.m. til NOon. The (^ice is lo- 
cated at 222 19th St., West. 

For more information, call Agnes 
Aranyi, 622-7017. 



The Kellam H%h School dirill team- 
parents and girls will be holding a bake 
sale 00 Satarday, Mar. 19 at R(»es at 
Hilltop North Pnx^eds wUl go toward 
completing the new uniforms that were 
beginning to be purdiased this past 
y&Lt. We would appreciate your stq>- 
port. —^ 



A nnoke school wUl b* MBdueied 
^ ttw mw Air PoUutin CMrtrM 
Board at the T|rglttia Truck and Oin- 
aa«Mil S^ifareh l^tkn (xaj^oU 
S - ?( to requalify corre^ ^pmU- 
fM ^oke readers and plovftte an 
offueiaMy tor ^er latenlrtcd par- 
ties to QttBfy as sfnok^4Jpi4^. 
The •choolte'lor^XPCf^ me- 
ters, agents of local ^tpelli^ie 
•fMclM, iwtastryrepreswtatfv^.aBd 
into-Mted cltlsetts. The charge for in- 
dustry r^>es^tatives and iittet«sfM 
dtiaeas «H1 he $10 with no (^me 
tor sUte, loeal, or federal i^vem- 
ment npresentatlves. TMi i^irtra- 
tion !«• te oiUected in ^nx^tf Vte 
Cootinning EdueatloB Ceitfer of VFI 
and SU. As a consequence, tte iciiedcs 
shouki be made payable to Contianiflg 
•dncattoa Center of VPI and SO. 

Please submit appttcatioui and 
cliecks to arrive at the State Air Poi- 
IntioB Coatnd BMird, Hampton Roads 
Regional (HBlce, Pcanbn^e (»tice Park, 
Pembroke IV, Suite 409, Viiniala 
Beach, Virginia 23462, no later than 
April 1. 



Beach stude 



, ^urti^ Mar. 21 Barter, 
tte ^M theatre of Virginia 
at AMngdon will play a 
ttve-Aiy series of pw~ 
tmuMes at six Virginia 
Mich high schools, plus 
leaMMt two workshops for 
drama coaches and 15 drama 
Orients from each senior 
high. 

Barter, America's longest 
runalni professional rest - 
d«ttt theatre, will perform 
the teamed nodeniartma 
"Spoon River Anthology". 
The play Is adapted from 
Edgar Lee Master's 1914 col- 
lectlm of Amerieaaa and 
adi^M for the stage by 
Ctarles Aidmaa in 1963. It 
iteitfets the vartedl liv^ <tf 
ime 6Q residents of a small 
MMweitem town, showing 
^Ir loves, hates and griefs 
in auuqr dramatic moods 
raagi&g from tender pathos 
to rolUcklag honor. 

"^xxMi River Ahthology" 
by ^rter will first play at 
First Colonial high school 
Iter. 21 froJm 9 a.m. to U 
a.m,; at Cox high scho<d 
Mar. 21 from 12 mioon to 
2 p.in.; at BaysUe high 
school Mar. 22 from Sam. 
to 11 a.m.; at KempsvlUe 
higli school Mar. 23 from 9 
a.m. to 11 a.nu; at ICeUnm 



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hi^ sdiool Mar. 24 ftt>m 9 
a.tt. to U a.m,; and at Prin- 
cess AaaiB hj^k school Mar. 
25 team f a.Bi. to 11 a.m. 

Workshops wUl be held 
at Kellan U^ Mar. 14 from 
1 to 5 p.m. , and at Prin- 
cess Ane hif^ Mar.25frt)m 
1 to 5 p.m. 

The visit to Vlj^iniaB^ch 
schools lif tt» resl(teMcDm- 
pa^r is part of Barter's new 
Artists in Schooas touring 
program, iUHie possible 
throagb the tiqipMt irf^ the 
Vln^nia Conumlsirim of the 
Arts and BonaMties and the 
Natiteal Endowma^ lor the 
Arts. 



Tke cut tor Barter Tk«afrt*s ptoAmUm of Ike aadtn 
draau "Sftoon River Aattolofjr laebides (from left): Ro- 
bert Rafland, Lisa Jaeobson. Susan Stevcas. Alan Sharp 
and Mary Shettey. Tbey'U ba perftu-Ml^ ike aathology 
at tke six Vfrfiaia Beach high schools starCUv Mar. 81 
and wiU Include two worksh<q» for high sdMol drana stn- 
dents. 



Nimitz wives Boy's parents Day care votunteers 




'Ftmily 



^gThe Virginia Besach Family YMCA, 
In, coloration with Family Service/ 
Travelers Aid, will otfer the following 
&imily eurichment programs startiqg 
^^ April: 
^^^.l. Systematic trainii^ for effective 



j^^renting (STEP). A new program for 
,rarents aimed at improving fkmily 
f^latiooships and developing meaning- 
Mi communication. Interesting materi- 
als designed for the program includ- 
^ workbooks and cassett tapes will 
be used. 

^n 2. Couples communication. A woit- 
■iUksp for couples who want to imp-ove 
communication patterns within the mar 
^IM^e and the family. Communication 
^^kerclses, inUvMaal aai gtoop feed- 
iteek and role {day will be used in the 
Iprogttm. 

1; Adolescence - what's it all about? 

•^'R- series of six rap sessions on sex 

KflChicatiofl and related^concemstortx^s 

?^ girls ages 14-16. 

S Call the Virnoia Beach Family 

YMCA tor registration information at 

^•99-^il^, 

MeHam PTA 

U The KeUam High School PTA will 
p§ave a busuiess meeting Thursday, 
j^ar. 17 in the school auditorium. 

The Kellam High School Ensemble will 
^l^iMorm Older the direction (tf Hr. 
I^ck Sperry. All Kellam H.S. {arents 

are invited. 
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Thursday. Mar. 24 is electi(» night 
for the USS Nimtts EnUsted Wives Club. 
The meeting will be held at the Ship- 
N-Sh(H-e Wives Chib, NOB, tnm 6:30 
to 9 pm. Babysitting is provided. For 
more information, c(mla(U Sue Shelton 
at 489-2757. 

Installatton for the new officers of 
the USS Nimitz EnUsted Wives CliA 
will be hdd Mar. 81 at 7 p.ra. This 
formal affair will start M the Uttte 
Creek chapel, followed by dessert and 
tea/C(^ee at the Navy Wives Club of 
America building. Little Creek. 

For more information, contact the 
following: Jeannie McLees, 497-5616, 
or Rusty Howard, 460-2054. 

St Francis 

The pu^c is vvited to attend and 
participate in evenhig services at St. 
Francis' Episcopal Church on Rose- 
mont Road this Sunday, Mar. 20 at 
7:30 p.m. Guest preacher wUl be the 
Rav. nmert H. Smitb Jr., rector bf 
m Chants or tte Advent, Norfolk. 
R^eshments will be served following 
the evening service. 

Brass toncert 

The Old Dominion University Brass 
Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. 
William S. Bartolotta, wiUplayan 
afternoon concert at the First Presby- 
terian Church in Virginia B^ch on 
Sunday, April 3. 

Organist Brandon Spence will per- 
form with the ensemble at the 4 p.m. 
cmcert. The coMert is part of Uie 
ensemble's spring schedule. 

It is open to the public free of 
charge. 

Water board 

The Hampton Roads Water Quality 
III Agency Board will htfld Its quarterly 
meeting m Mar. 23, at 9 a.m. The 
meeting will be held at the Pentesula 
Planning District Conunission, 2017 
Cunningham Drive, Hampton, Virginia. 
The tentative agenda ' includes the 
foUowing items: 

1) Minutes of the Nov. 3, 1976 
board meeting, 

2) Fiscal officer's report, 

3) Project status report, 

4) Executive sessbn to discuss legal 
budgetary and contractual matters, and 

5) Other ttems. 
The pid>lic is invited to attend. Ques- 

tkins should be dkected to Paul E. 
Fisher, project administrator at 499- 
S531. 



The boy's Chib of Virginia Beadi 
will omiduct a parent effectiveness 
trataiing program for parents of B<^' 
did) members. 

The program wiU be held every 
Tuesday b^innhig Apr. 12 and con- 
clodtog May 31; from 7 p.m. to 10 
p.m. at the United Way FamUy Cm- 
ter on Sootti Boulevard. 

Coat of ^e course will be |20 per 
participant. For Airther information 
a}K«t flie program, please call W^ 
GooU at 853-5632. 

RMWC alumnae 

The Virginia Beach-Norfolk-Ports- 
moutti chapter of Rando4>ti-Macon Wo- 
men's CoU^e Alumnae will hold its 
annual spring luncheon at 1^:30 p.m., 
Satordajr, Mar. 26 at the home of Mrs. 
£. L. Oast, 4605 Winston Rd., Ports- 
mcMith. Phone 484-6411 for re- 
servations. Speaker for tte luncheon . 
will be Dr. Frederick Rowe, pnrfessor 
and diairman of the psychology de- 
partineatttfHMWC. 

Poetry contest 

Tte USS Nimitz QiUsted Wives Clvb 
is ixtiag thefr third ammal poetry 
contest. Only USS Nimitz pers<nael 
and thefr d^»endents may enter. 

1'he contest will run thru May 1. 
Prizes will be as follows: First place, 
125; second place, |I0; and thlrdplace, 
15. 

Send entries to Vera Boss, 1503 Chat- 
ham Une #103, Va. Beach, Va. 234S5. 

Winners will be announced in Jute. 



[Cohtinued from page 1J 

vohmteers to provide a<teqaate day care telp. *Bid we want 
to gear up to Qie W&( program when it starts April 1 ftnd 
liave Enough vcMunteers id handle tte extra cases,** he said. 

Should a volttnten- be ucepted, thefr aanw will go on file 
and idien the ooeusion arises, be matched with a child. 
"Acc^tance doesadt mean Immediately a child will be placed 
iriUi the vbhmteer," said Hanbury. "It c<»dd b« two or three 
months, or it could be the a^ day." 

At any rate, your he^ is needed. If you think you have the 
guts, the time, the determinatton and, most importantly, 
the love necessarttoiccepta strange childinto your home... 
then do yourself and uat child a favor. Call Haiyjury or one 
of his social workers right nOw. The number is 427-44S1. 



Top youth artists 



NWCA 



Vfrghiia Beach members of the Navy 
Wives Clubs of America, Tidewater 
Area coimcil, are invited to attend the 
council's bi-monthly meeting Thurs- 
day, Mar. 31 at 7 p.m. at the New 
Gosport Community Center in Ports- 
moutt. NWCA Admiral Logan McKee 
#136 will act as. the hostess club. 

Bring a potluck dish. No l»bysitt- 
ing will be available. A parliamentary 
workshop will be mcUided in ^pro- 
gram, ^orhiformation, call Donna Hen- 
ry^ 424-,2430, 

Fed. of blind 

The m(»thly meeting of the Tide- 
water (teptier 1^ the National Feder- 
ation bf the Blind will be teld on 
Satarday, Mar. 26 at 2 p.m. at 4041C 
FlowerfleU Rd., N<s*folk. 

fcH* further information call 583- 
1968 or 461-3571. 



The youth of Virginia 
Beadi got their ehAace to 
dl^lay ^efr artistic ta - 
lenis at th6 1977 YMKh Art 
Slow qiKHisored by ttie Beach 

partmaiit last Frilar and 
Saturday, M^. U uid 12. 

Thefr efKwts weirt oii dis- 
play tiK^ two days at Pen- 
broke MaU. 

Hie o»test was in Qiree 
categm^, tKASLfUM^ 
to two ages groqps of 5t9 
years of age apd iO-13 jesics 
of age. The categories were 
painting, drawing and 
sketching, plus tkree-<U- 
lUentlcmtl. 

On Satontey the winiwra 
were annouaced. They were: 

In P^tiQg, ages 5-9, first 
place was Jordan GIUns, sec- 
ond plaM Kim Acktes. and 
thfrd Donald Farthtag Jr. 
In Oe 10-13 age group, first 
place wort to Robert Her- 
rman, second to Roger Dai- 
ly and fliird to Scott Ifc- 
G<»gh. 

For drawing andSkt^cUng 
in the 5-9 age troop, firat 
idace was wonby Don Moore, 
second by iUrbyBrOylM, and 
third by EUza>eth Felt. In 
ti» oUter gnxq^ firit was 
R^)ecca LofUn, rac^ was 
Eric tai;ess and third was 
Cliff Bro*n: 

Three dimenstonal win - 
ners in the 5-9 age giDup 
ivein^ Beth 91er« first, Kris 
Mlkaiki sectmd, and idbm 
PvA Gex third. For l^Q 
your olds, ffrst place was 
Drew M^ndy, second mu 



Linda KwietkowsU, and third 
was Jay Sharp- 

AU first idact winrcra 
received a trophy and a rib- 
boo, pecoaill iMri IIMjmce 
m wm r* raotlfwl Wmv^ 
pWs a rosette riUtan. All 
0^ the youtkAil ciHMttors 
will receive a parties - 
ttotiriblMi. 



Tonight, 
like any 
lofh^ 
rts^tttxxjsonds 
C5f you will go to sle^ tight. With 
your mind clouded ... vyith the 
celling ginning; TTiousancte c^you 
do it night after night; Arvdihe 
more f^tjyou do It . /, toe nrKire 
niqhts you have to do it. And you 
hdte^. Write or edit In (X)nfldahGe 
for facts on a 28<lay program for 
the treatment of olcohoHsm. In d 
pomfoftable, eorir^ atmosphere, 
^jectaflsts can help you find toe 
wotto a good night's sleep . . 
wittxxjt your having to do to sle«D 

tighf. 



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Free Day! 

Thursday. March 17 

FftEE refreshments, pri^s, 

entertainment 
FREE figure cdnsuftatton 
FREE team time session 

FREE use of the salon for you and 
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&eac/i water-sewer referendium 




s June 14 



The City of Virginia Beach .will 
hold Its referendum on |39.9 million 
in water and sewer bonds on June 
14, the day of the Democratic pri- 
mary eiectitm. 

City Comcil Monday afternoon voted 
to instruct tBe city attorney to pre- 
pare .the necessary ptpers to reauest 
the Circuit Court to tim the refer- 
eiKlum 00 the June 14 MlQt. 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland i^ed 
that Couneii support for the referen- 
dum was itfcmK. There is no Council 
opposition to ttie referendum, he said. 
"What you see is Strong support." 

Although Councilwoman Meyera 0- 




VIRG1NM BKACH 

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money 



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beiiiAorf, of the 11 council members, 
cast the sole n^ative vote on the 
mottoq, she explained that^esun»ft- 
edtte referendum, but preferred plac- 



ing the referendum on the general e- 
lection ballot in November. She said 
she thougM more peojile would par- 
ticipate in the November election. 

Double-barreled 

The bonds will be "<k)uble barrel- 
ed." That is, they will be general 
obligation bonds in that they will be 
backed by the full resources of the 
city and they will be revenue bonds 
in that they will be financM by rev- 
. enues from water and sewer fees. The 
money will enable the city to complete 
a five year water and sewer program 
in existing subdivisions. 



When a citizen, Dwight Pal Jones 
remarked that he doidMed tte boai 
issue would go throi«hj lie was toU 
that the utility system would have to 
be improved in any event because tte 
State Health Department would re^p; 
improvements be made tor theheaMi 
and safety of the residents. But tf 
the referendum were to fail, the oAf 
recourse left to the city would te 
revenue bonds which, Coucilman John 
A. Baum said, so would cost the citf 
$10 million more in higher intereitf 
rates. 

(Continued on page 2) 




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Smakey the BeiBtr iGoHs quite Impressive to Johnny 
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' By LEE CAHILL 
•>- SUN PBblic Affairs Writer 

Develc^r Harold James plans to 
construct 194 low-rent apartment units 
jtor the elderly on a 5.376 acre site 
on the southside of Old Virginia Beach 
Road in Lynnhaven Borough. , . . . 

The project was made possible 
Monday afternoon when Council ao- 
proved reeoning of the pn^rty from 
B-2 Community Business District to 
A-4 Ajnrtment District. The site is 
located east of Realty Avenue in the 
Oceana Gardens area. 

Grover C. Wright Jr., attorney for 



James' Hado Development Corporation 
said ttie qnrtmeots would be one- 
bedroom units in two-story structures. 
He said that while the units will be 
designed to attract elderly epkmle they 
will not be care-type facilities^ Heat 
will be $100 to $125 a month. ""xV 

Althoi^h the Planning Commisswn 
recommended an>roval, City Manager 
George L. Hanbury noted that the site 
is not within walking distance of any 
commercial shotting facilities and is 
locate within the Navy's Accident Po- 
tential Zone "b" and Noise Zone "3". 



(Continued on page 2) 




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team metrics ///re your kids 



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Ladies, now you ea« have a better 
figure, 
Rather ma 

the metric ^f^Sm' tit mi^l^ t^ 
measqrltt J^wnell. . 

lo^ead #MlgUieJM i»^|h(is. using 




the metric system you can weigh a 
svelte 55 kilograms. And (rf course you 
can increase yoar bust m^urement: 
go from 38 inches to an eye-popping 
^t is^ 90 centimeters, 
'^e ' UoP't ^^% because in the Virginia 
Beach icbool systni, the kids are 
leamtng bow to weigh and measure 
distance and volume by the metric 



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system. 

It's all pretty complcated to their 
parrats, who learned ounces, inches, 
and quarts, so the school system de- 
vised a one-hour and two- hour course 
on metrics which it makes available 
to parent and various civic groi^. 

Last Fj^y three teachers from the 
school's iBKtructiooal deiMirtmeBt 



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threw open the wonders of meters, 
grams and liters to about 35 astound- 
ed parents at Cooke Elementary School 
on 15th Street. 

The three- Judith Fisher, Sheila Ma- 
gula and Betty Bowman- have helped 
devise the course, which not only helps 
the parents understand the metric sys- 
tem butalioheli» them understand what 
their chikbwn are learning. 

Judy Fisher explained to the parents 
that the VirginiaBeachscboolsystem's 
.approach to metrics make the differ- 
ence for the children. "It's an active, 
hands-OQ ai^roach, which actually lets 
the childrra measure quantity, distance 
and volume himself." She said some of 
the metric questions ask thechiU to 
measure tta school rorai, or his 
school's 0Bnxsium or ^ length of 
the hall outsMe his classroom. 

Ms. Fisher »itid m(»t Miutts lave a 
poor pen:^ti«i of m^isureffloits be- 
cause of the way Uiey veTe 1ai«ht, 
leamii% c<A^kns of iMtes to feet to 
yards, or tastels and pe<^ by rote. 
Of the ttira s«ws, she says, men 
mially have a better ^mx^oa of 
mMSuremente because ttqr work witt 
it, like in tigering with a car or in 
spfois. 

VirginU WvKh schools are in tte 
sKond y^r of new natt ^^i<», 
in which school GUMrMa»^«Mboth 
te metric Hitb »fA npifUt ittth but 
never to con^ ftitt «^ to tte other. 
"That." said Ms. Fister, "is what us 




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Body mmsutenAe t leasp the numbers, change 
drastically demonstrates Judy Fisher. 



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, (i« sui4 is tte MM 

toteosity Md 6te fre- 

iiteiisity of ktttisit i^s* 

lyiiiK to the imm cit- 

s of tbe contidex. 

.ouncuman John A. Baua rem&rked 

Uu t it wM qp to tin Navy to acquire 

pr p«rty rights to secure its Kuae 

an dan^artoaes, and it hasn't dMe«>. 

Ifrtitit said the site was teo blw^ 

(n m the Hilltop Shopping C»t«r. 

f^ivately fumM 

:ity Planner Roger Seott said that 
th re have been inquiries from other 
(it reiopers about building tor the eld- 
«i y M that anit had bew iater^ted 
ili F«d«ral fantfag. Th* Aaes' pro- 
)e t will be prtvately finance. 

::oancilwoaBan Meyers Obemdorf 
eo Mtltioned her favorable vtrte on tte 
Id tim tthange by reqnesUag that the 
M Iw adviac the^ buyer of the noise. 
A hpugh Virginia has no truth in lend- 
in Uw, WrigM said that Janei would 
bqglAd to incorporate the st^pulatira 
is cotttrtcts, However, no such st^i- 
ItiM was required in tte notton 
by CooDCil. 



Tte ime 14 (Me ims selected be- 
€aitte (d tte possible <^BfutiM with 
tte ^rte's ^5 nilliOB referaidwn 
i^MiM tor Noveaher. 

&a an ^i»t to nak* itfiliti^ self • 
NlfieiaM, C^ncU tas alrea^ in - 
intived rate incrMses. CmikH kas also 
authorised a ^.1 milliM revenue bond 



DUI 



'mi^itt B«a^ has Jtiaed 
oamr ntiwater dttespar- 
iletpiatttag taa trwtaiert pre- 
grunt des^iaad to re^Med 
dnMcdMvtag. 

llnitr ttie profrani resi- 
des ite are amMtad ibr 
ftrMag nndcr tte iailnenee 
ef a^tel wiU be i^arred 
by iM Mwto for treat- 
■ent la Ite loeaUttes. The 
Mver wfll Inve a ehoiee 
of nrftortaig liM legal eoo- 
mpiiniaa In- Ha i^Mlen 
er ntajBl^w to an adutt- 
tten wrvgfnm wUdi will coat 
UmiaM. 

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Usuc to flMaet MUitiM. projects 
through Wll. Three niHlw dollars of 
that asMi^ wtu be used to rq»y 
mmt rata^ ^ the st^orgeiwral 
oUl|pition boBrii, also authorised by 
Cowm:U, to trte aire ai iniB«diate 
^eds. 



Metrics 

(C«Uiaued fr«n page 1) 

adults have to do sinecwear<esofuiil- 
iar Witt our current ^^m." 

Th« «»-h(Mir and two-hour versi(^ 
^ of the Inetric awareness class isavail- 
tide to civic gnxqis. If your oigaidsa- 
tion vkmM like to have a basic.lBtro- 
daettoo to netrics. call Mr. Garland 
JackMB in the »:h0(d's instrw:U<»al 
d^artin«tt. 

H^ reBember^ it won't be too lar 
in the Mure when y<w'll h«ir Bert 
Puts say "There she goes, Miss 
America., a perfect 90-80-90" or you'll 
have to ask for a 90-C brassiere. 




VEPCO'poor mouths'people 




Ei|itor, Virginia Beach Siu: 

I «B wilting to register my di^leasure with tte nunner 
laj which the State Corpwation Commission »irti«ies to 
permit VEPCO to trample tbe resfal«to of this state. 
T^e cost of electricity over the last three yairs has 
linen by over 200 per ceM, a gross and intolendile in- 
}ii Uce to the peoide. To pnnre my case against Uiis 
m nopoly of power whose i^etite for increasing itfility 
rales is apparently insatiable, I will start with my electric 
trifis from the first winter during iriiich I was a home - 
er in Virginia and compare those rates with the cur- 
rates. 
ly iejcctric bill for a 63 day period covering December 
iVft and January 1974 (three years hence), reflects a nse- 

3) 4l 9,2M kwh at a cost fit 1146.82. This craipnres to 
^tftectric bill for a . 9 day period covering the month" 
iXunary 1977 wUdh reflects a nsea^ (rf 6110 kwh at 
«. coat of 1193.95. The Fdtanary 1974 hill indicates an aver- 

^h of a little over MO per c«Dt over a fliree-year period, 
enuravnrage increase of 67 per cei^ per year. 

Tn, add tasntt to ti^%, ««- tte Fditnary »74blU, 
there was no fnel adluttaent charge, and the bill indi- 
aates Oe local tax is inelnd«l to the t(^ biU. F«r the 
FHiffMnr 1977 biU, ^ the totol cost ai I19S.KI. |27.S6 
U a tnel adjustment dmrge and 12.40 is the Virginia 
Htp^ tax. TUs ftel adjnrtmoit charge increased from 
per kwh for the month of January 1977 to a cost 
lieeiO per kwh for the bun^ of Fetnmary 1977- 
'jn^resents an outrageous increaw ef SS7.9M5 per 
auiriy ¥» percent from one moaSb to the next, 
this is VEPCO's way of telling the SCC'to 
f^^ a kite." 

1 porchased my new home in IWI3, one of tbe 
■wlttfons I aa»d regarded tte cost of etectrictty 
aU-etectric b(Hne. I can still remember the peat's 
: ^t the average cost ct electricity shodd not 
W-'cme of between ^ to |60 per nMntt. b 
1w^ ajst a etoetricity ibr ^ first 12 Ml noatts of 
« Njpuey in my new"1iea^ ms $613.39. or an avenge 
el |it.9l per monyi. WWe^^iaderstand that the eost 
tf MiMrgy ud tte (»8t (rf Uvug to genHal teve iacMssed 
m ma^f since 1973, this increase in the cort of elee- 
t!|city since that time is just porportiomte to tte to* 
cslBases is tte CMit of other services an/w fflMVhandiTC 
Attiring that period. Evw if toe |56.9S per mcstt averse 
«C elMtricttf (taring 1973 were computed at a 10 
^it.^ jnar Incroise, «>rapoimded, the ourra^ 
cost wo^ be about IS3.85 per month aiwrage. A gwran- 
teed tocrease <a 10 per cent, compoimded aunaUy, wcidd 
appMr to me to be more tian adequate eqwcted, <»■ ^rt- 
m^. M appnre^y VEPCO has a rtroog moMi tobby 
ita tte IMe C^^al to justify an tocrease at ovei%0 pif 
fiilit.; I cannot mKlerstand how it can be justified. 

I kwe 9okCB wMi maof hMneoifsirs itto are concemed 
abbnt 1aii« tMr homes becaj^ the cost of elet^rtetty 
■Js siMfC a«ay nm« and ipore of their paychecks. My 
#le<Mc bttl is qt^tactoii^ my hcwse paymod, too, and 
t'B sore ttat VEPatiill soon be back knocking m the 
doer jtor anottR* inqa^. They seem to hnve a coi^noes 
t^ pBOgnm to ^fta (M the "poor moitt" to the peofde 
ttii ^ite, and especially to oar legislators and tte 
f( TOdd app»r ttttt the consua^rs to tlds state 
do wtu to teve a more a^ve ^oiee, todeed a PS 
at their own, to poor (Mtf a cxai^aau hnrMgne, 
MM, tf "poor mo^" back to VEPCO via tte news 
a^md^^hei- sources. 

Pohg as the i^^gmrart^ a miitoBB ntsra 
m investors, ttes tte oiBcers Md ein^^es of 
ham no iMentive fbr mtoimiti^ their opmOta^ 





co^ uid providing an effictat operatKn to order to mas- 
iraice profito to Ito tovestors ttroui^ btitor nuuMgemait. 
I am not to favor of the Government tddng over tte manap- 
m«it of private amfuies under nonnal circamstUKes; 
however, to the case of a mto-managed monopidy such 
as VEPCO, I am not sure it woultto't beared idea. 
I believe that consumers to this Stote desMire a re- 
duction to the cost of electricity— so homeovmers can 
continne to be homeowners; and so non-hraneowners can 
feel a certato amount of confidrace that if th^ buy a 
home ttey will wA fear losing it because of continuous 
;iexcessive charges by VEPCO. 

Siitoerely, 

J. E. AlveyJr. 

4081 Windsor Gate Place 

Virginto Beach 



i»ii I iitu II III! ■MMawaMiaiis^^-.faiirt jit-a-jf . - -. • j i 'iiii l^hi ifcArt Ul»i i 

VaB Rotary 

celebrates 
golden 50th 

Totteetftor: # 

tlie Virginia B^ch Botary Cl^ next montt celebrates 
50 yennt of service to the community of Viiginto Beach. 
We have grown -witt ^ city to a clirib of 75 nembera, 
each r^H^ienting a separate and distinct business or pro- 
fesdoB. We meet eadi week for felloi»hip and discussion 
on topics tittt attect us all. 

Eadi year, imder tbe leadership of a new iveside^. the 
ebdi wmietiakts projecte to improve, to a. small way, 
tte quality of life to tte ccNnmunity. Tliese pnijecto raj«e 
ttro^i^ e^iatioo, social service, athletics, cultural actt- 
lAt^ and oto^inaoMtf. In tte past 50 years we Udiyc we 
have belied. We plu to co^inne. 

Along tte my we have coettonowly called on tte si^pori 
of newspapers, nuUo and televidoo to ^read tte work (rf 
Mr pt^l^^rMd to assist us^ooT'i^l^to. 

Ton have ptxnricM that sqiportsofarandwe hope yoli will 
coidinw. The totest instance to your fine s49(fft of ^ 
second annual Caster Boast to raise ftmds f^ tte Vit^nto 
Beaeh B«Mue Squad, heki on FA. 27 at the Dome. We 
had a ftm houM and the Bmcm&pi^ will rarely boi^t, 
as will the ettix«s ^ reqdre their smrices. 

Himdnds ot past' members of the Virginia Beach Rotary 
Club, as well as aU 75 currMt members, thank yon for 
^nr coatlnned interest and sqiport. 

B. Bmce Taylor 

pnsid^tf , 

Virglida Botch Rotary Clri> 



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Ladies of the^Ooeana Volunteer Fire Fighters Auxiliar- —'- 
cake. At the table are Nancy Grain, Sandy Morrison, nu- 
Barkley 

Smokey and fire 
fighters visit Hilttt 




l4ist Saturday the Oceaiu 
Volunteer Fire Departmen- 
aAed for and gotSma|;p]rthe 
Bear toccHnetoHiUtopMcirtt 
Shopping center to help show 
the resMento of Virginia 
Beach the Importance of the 
volunteer fire department. 

Smokey talked with young- 
sters, while the roJwteers 
diaidayed their trucks and 
fixe fighting wares, and tue 



aem auxiliary ouered 
and cake. 
The di^Iay was part of a 
contlDuing etfM by the Oce- 
ana departmeflit to help the 
cittzens of that area under- 
stand the need for a vol- 
unteer fire fighting team. 
Starting Hay. 1, the Oceana 
volunteers will go on a fuid- 
ralsing <Mve to raise moner 
to purchase a new salvage 
truck to replace the older 
moel now in us^ 



l^i^EuiHig 



of 
YMterday. . . 



Wehavespinnii«'^ 
wheels, old didls, 

'|li|jfb*ar^ «id 

'tbiwnstdtooi. 
Phonograph, complete 
witt records of the day. 



IF ANTIQUES ARE YOUR THING. 

WE'VE 

GOT EVEKY THING YOU WANT. 




Weekdays 10-5 
Friday Ni«hts 
463-1600 
CI(Aed Mondays 

Lynnhaven Shopping Ctr. 
2«2I Va. Beach Blvd. 
Vilflsto Beach, Va 



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Cathy Brooks Of Virginia Beach gets a 
big hug from Smokey, the fire fighting Bear. 

Kruth leading 
S&H salesman 



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Steven Krutt, an aiw 
mantver for S&B Great 
Stamps intt^Tideiraterar^ 
and a resident of Virginia 
Beach, has been named one 
at the lading sales persons 
to tte so^mst fortte trad- 
ing stamp firm for 1976. 



^ Krutt, wto has been witt 
' S&H Jttst one year, was 
lomed a ti^ ai^ marager 
by SliH vice presidot Ro- 
land A. Early, who said "his 
iiM:rease In sales far ex- 
ceeded ttot (rf any otter 
man^:er to mr 10-state 
scwtteastem regl<w." 



^^in DAIRY STo^ 



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Id0n Guernsey ^ Milk fi^wtmtt 
AU Fresh From Ouf^CowM 

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' Golden 

Ctocolatetoil 



Sel«€t Tait's Seeds 
For Your Vegetoble 
Garden This Yeori 



SEED POTATOES 
K^tahdin 

»/iP«ck $1.65 

Peck $2.65 

PontlacftCobbl«ra 

V2Peck $1.75 

Peck $2.85 



VEGETABLE 
PLANTS 
ARE ON 
DISPLAY 

Cabbagf Plants 
Bundle of 25.. 994 



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time of town Cra«| Seed! 



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Parish players present 
modern religious drama 



Virflnia Beack Stt, Marek 23. 1971 - A-3. 



The Parish Pkyftrs will 
present Arcbikld Mac- 
Leisb's PuUtxer prize win- 
nil^ play, "J.B.", Mar. 25- 
U and Af». 1-2 at 8:30 p.m. 
at Eastern l^ore Cbapel E- 
piscopal Cburch, 2020 Lask- 
in Road, Virginia Beach. 

Director of the players is 
^triein Bemlck, ,, drama 
tmicher at Kempsville High 
School. Sm has directed 
Virginia ^ach LittleTheat- 
er productions of "Inberit 
the Wind" and "The Boy- 
friend" in addition to otiier 
rhaocel dramas presented 
by Uie parish players . 

Ai^aring as J. B. is Wal^ 
ter E. Doyle «rho recently 
played Mr. Malley in the 
Old Dominion PAyers pres- 
entation of "Child's PUy". 



Hfe directs plays at tte Tide- 
water Community Collie, 
, Viifinla B«ich and l^s be«i 
associated with the Norfolk 
Theater Center, Tidewater 
Dinner Tteater, and the Ac- 
tors' Theater. 

B<A Burchette plays Mr. 
Nickles (the voice of Satan). 
He an)ear*d as Father Mo- 
zian in the Old Dominiim 
Players' "Child's Play" and 
as Brick in the LitUe Theat- 
er of Virgiakr Beach's "Cat 
on a Hot Tin Roof." He 
has also performed with the 
Norfitt Theater Center, the 
Tidewater Diimer Theater 
and the parish players. 
■ George To^wr aH>ear& 
for the first time wit^^the 
parish players as Mr.' Zuss 
(the >voice of God). Topper 
has worked in many facets 



of theater production with 
local, stock and national 
(Kimpaoies, amcng tl^m the 
New York City Opera. He 
last played Professor Har- 
m Hill in^the Little Theat- 
er <A Virginia Beach's pro- 
duction, "The Music Man." 

A newcomer to the area, 
Jeanne Holland plays Sarah, 
J.B.'s wife. She has acted 
md directed in college and 
community theater with 
lading roles in "Okla- 
home," "The Fantasticks", 
and "Arms and the Man". 

The drama is a contem- 
porization of the biblical sto- 
ry of Job, part of the wis- 
dom literature of the Old 
Testament. J.B. is a suc- 
cessful modern business - 
man, with a loving wife and 
ftimily, a paragon of Amer- 



ican, virtues. Ovemrhelmed 
by misk>rtuBe, all that be 
has bultt and loved destroy- 
ed, he maintains his faith 
in the love of God. 

Tickets for |3.00 may be 
reserved thro|igh tte church 
428-6763, weekdays, 9-5 
p.m. A group rate of |2.50 
per ticket is available for 
10 or more perscms with 
reservations, 

Eastern Shore Ciuipel is 
a- nairly three-century-itld 
Episcopal congregati(m. In 
ii^tlon to spmsoring an 
annual chancel drama as a 
community event, the Chapel 
has a Parish Day School, 
a Summer Camp Program, 
and is meeting place for 
numerous community groups 
and events. 




Troop 63's new Eagle Scouts- [t to r) Tommy Brown, Barry Drude.Pat Harding and Pat Wton. 

Troop 63 lionors four Eagles 



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Four Virginia Bt^ch 
&piits,:recei!Ni^ the Ugh« 
«t hoilar Sc(mp% can «tnc6 
at the Marctf% meeting of 
Boy Scout Tnxsp 63 at Fran- 
cis Asimry United ITethodist 
Oittrch. 

^ At the iroof's Eagle Court 
of H(»or, Walter Thomas 
Rrown Jr., 17, Barry Wyatt 
I^nde, 15, Patrick Shawn 
Harding, 15, and James Pa- 
trick Wilson, 15, were pre- 
sented their Ei^le Award, 
nnnlng the Eagle award 
OR the boys was Troop 63 
Scoutmaster William R. Wa- 
h«b. 

Mr. Phillip Russo spoke 
at the ceremonies. A recep- 
tion for the new Eagle Scouts 
vias held^^Lihaop^emiray 
in tbe church swial hall. 

Brown is the son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Walter t. Brown 
£^.,2957 ^uunerhaven Dr., 
IbrrjF Driide |i Ibe *aa ot 



Commander and Mrs. Leo- 
nard J. Drude, ^UAdpiral 
Drive West; Palcick jfai^^ing 
is the son <rf Drv and- Mrs. 
Robert D. Harding, 322DPine 
Rad, Ft. Story; and Junes 
Wilson is Qi^ son (rf Mr. 
and Mrs. Robert R. Wilson, 
2800 Broad Bay Road. 

In earning his Eagle 
Award, Brown worked with 
the 1974-75 Itoof leader- 
ship development, was on the 
1975 staff of Brownsea Dou- 
ble n, vfas a 1975 member 
of Order of the Arrow, and 
from 1975-76 served as Sen- 
ior Patrol Leader. 

In 1974 Drude became a 
member of Order of the Ar- 
row and in 1975 joined the 
order's ceremcnial team. He 
was Junior Assistant Scout- 
master in 1975-76, and for 
1976-77 was the troop's Sen- 
ior Patrol Leader. 

Wilson was the troop's 



Patrol patrol leader in 1974- 
,75. was on the Jnrior Stiff 
^in 1975-76, and lor l^ 
:77 served as Juo^ Assiet- 
' ant Scoutmaster. 

Harding transferred to 

Tnxq) 63 from the Far East 



CfMmcil, and in 1975 served 
wltliJHie tnx^'s laadariji^ 
dM^^meirt. In 19f6;^-«a« 
naoMd Senior Patrol Leadw 
and became Explorer Post 
President. 



Blue and gold 
banquet for 64 



In Windsor Woods- - - 
Plaza - - - Green Run 



The Catholic Parish 
of the ribly Spirit 



Mames: 
7 p.ii^ Sat.; 9:30 All ajn. Sun. 
Telephone 340-7122 




By SUZANNE POGSON 
Special to the SUN 

The Blue and Gold ban- 
quet of Cub Scout Pack 64 
was held with Mr. Crenshaw, 
Mr. and Mrs. Lennan and 
ErnisUne Deuso as special 
guests. 

The Pot Luck dinner was 
visited by a group of haM>y 
clowns handing out balloons 
and by the Virginia Beach 
Canine Corps who present- 
ed a very exciting program 
with two of their well-train- 
ed dogs. 

Rdbert Tommacelli and 
Keith Walke were welcomed 
into Webelos and Scott Moody 
was bridged into Boy Scout 
Troop 64. 

Awards fbr the evening 
were: Ridiard Walker, Bob- 
cat; John Uhrin and Jack 
Craodle, Wolf; Kevin Bro- 
din. Bear and we Gold Ar- 
row; Rusty Dietz, (me sil- 
ver arrow under Wolf; and 
Peter Carolino, three sil- 
ver arrows under Bear. 

Webelo awards were: Ar- 
tist, Paul Robert, Scott 



Moody, Quinn Moody, Eric 
Bums; Engineer, Paul Ro- 
berg, Ed Pogson; Out- 
doorsman, Eric Bums, Da- 
vid Cox; Scientist. Billy Mil- 
ler, Danny Reed; Showman, 
Paul Roberg; and Craftsman 
David Smitii. 

Den chiefs Eric Ri^rg and 
Gregg Rogers were recogni- 
zed. All individuals partici- 
pating in the Activities for 
the Summertime Pack Award 
received a pin, and all in- 
dividuals participating inac- 
tivities for the Presidential 
Unit Award received a patch. 



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Linkhorn Park School 

1413 Laskin Rd. 

481-4471 
Rev. C.V. Spaulding, Jr. 

Pa^r ; 

Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service 

7:00 p.m. 



TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZEiSNE 

Rev. DavU Hdstein, ^stor 

5514 ^rliament 
Ph. 497-8703 

&mtey Scho(d, Hr. - 9:45 

A.M. ' 

Hour of Trtam^lO:Wa.m. 

JNafer, Yoott, * Adalt 

Fellowsh4>-«:0S WMT 

Hour of ta9iratiott-7:00 

A.M. 

P.M. 

WedMsday Mii-we^ 

Up-Uft 7:30 P.II. 



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the Works of His Hand . 



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P.O. Box 8005 ----- 

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As a boy David the King was a shepherd. Thus he was in very 
dose communion with nature. He was overwhelmed with 
the glory of God's handlworit. Many of the Psalms that he 
wrote proclaim the wonder that he felt when confronted with 
the beauty of God's World. In Psalm 104, we read, "O Lord, 
how manifold are Thy works, in wisdom hast Thou made 
them and the earth is lull of Thy riches.' 

Take a look around you and feel the wonder that David felt 
Introduce your children to the beauties of nature. Seeing the 
world through their eyes may give you a new appreciation of 
Crod's world. 



Hogge Bros. Plumbing- 
Heating-Elec. Service 

2216 N. Great Neck Road 481-7694 
Sewer & Water Connections 



Hay nes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting 



Bayaide Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 



Kempsville Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Annfe Rd. 497-3516 
Rot>ert W. Clyburn-Lynn Leavitt 



Lindsay Bros, inc. 

Plumbing-Heating-Fuel Oil Del. 
_- 865 Newtown Rd. 493-4633 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz & Employees 



Price's incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
— ^ Brand Name Ai^liances-TV-Stero 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums & Staff 

All Star Electric, Inc. 

1425 Air Rail Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial & Industrial 



Home Federal Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 

Miif-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va Beach Blvd. 497-4854— 



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Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendricks k Staff 

John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1964 Laskin Rd. 

Jdm M. Wrif^ & Associates 

Kellam A Eaton, Inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank ft David Kellam 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy 
Sandy Bolin L Employees 

Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach JBlvd. 497-4851 
James R. Stohl k Associates 

R. C. (^reer Plumbing & Heating 

Scw.^r and Water Hook-iq»s 
2^9:^ Indian River Rd. 420-7003 

H & ;V "^uns^ruction Co. 

eK ndtitrial Ave. 545-7891 
m; iv^ .\ Howell k Employees 

Millers Plumbing A Heating Co. 

1629 Salem Rd. 497-8794 

Sewer k Water Connections A ^>ecialty 



Taylor B. Cafr & Employees 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 347-1161 
Clinton Teets & Staff 



Simieie Funeral Home 

3795 Bonney Rd. between 
Independence & Rosemont 
A. Neal Kellum, Gen Mgr. k Fun Dir. 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



Higgins Realty, Inc. 

6620 Imlian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harris(» k Associates 



Rosewood Memorial Park 

6S1 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kirkpatridc 



Hilton Appliance Service 

4737 Hoaey Grove 497-5707 
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This feature is made possible through the cooperation 
of our ministers. It is paid for by these area f^ms who believe 
ow chiMfches are a vital part of our community life. 



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Betca Sm, lUtm U, 1877 



Virginia Beach 



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CanmzzB 

Navy Airaaa Recruit Va- 
nessa Canuua, itancMer of 
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. 
Caraasza tf U04 Hartwood, 
Virgiua Bnch. hascmii^e- 
ted the AviaUon Madaaist 
Mate's Basic J^ Engine 

[taring tte five- we^ 
coarse at tke Natal Air Te- 
ctinical tnuiag Cater, 
MUliigton, Teoa., stnde^ 
recwved iatrmtactory in- 
stnictiiui 00 tlie character- 
istics and (grating princi- 
ples of jet engi^. Their 
stwUes incMed Mgiae 
lubricatioB, ignttioa and la- 
el systems. Aditttionally, 
ttey studied the procetkires 
for refueling and deAieling 
aircraft; for removal and in- 
stallation of aircraft engiiws 
and for the (^leratioa of air- 
craft gronnd kandling eqoip- 
m^t. 

a* joined tbe NavyinJoly 
1»6. 



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Navy MacUnery Repair- 
man Tlrird Class Eric T. 
Dell, hudiand (rf Breads DeU 
of 2 ArapM Drive, Virginia 
BeMh, is carroMy on an ex- 
tended deployment in the 
MediterranuMO Sea. 

He is a crewmember 
aboard the goided miUilede- 
strojwr USS Farragnt, 
homeported in Norfolk, 
which is assigned as a unit 
of the U. S. Sizdi Fleet. 

So far, his ship has visi- 
ted tangiers, Morocco and is 
sdwdoled to visit tXber ports 
in the Mediterranean. 

He joined the Navy in 
September 1974. 

Navy Electrician's Mate 
First Class Beryl M. Hop- 
kins Jr., whose tdfe Suh 
dra is the itea^itM' of Mr. 
• *ad'ilrs. Jaoras^ BordcM 
, oi 848 Rodin Lane, l^fflibt ' 
V Beach, 1 rMeatfy rc^iraid ' 
fttmi a fthoirt d^toyment off 
the Coasts a Florida aad 
North Carolina. « 
B» is servi% as a crev- 
, meniber aboard tte amphi- 
Uoos command ship USS 
MooBt Whitney, homeported 
in Norfolk, Va. 1%e Moort 
Whitney is the ilagsh^ ct 
the CommuMler (rf -Amphi- 
Mons Groop Two. 

He aad Us feltow crew- 
mendwrs visited Mayport, 
Fla., for a wetinad port 
call daring this testing per- 
iod. 

He joined the NavyinSqit- 
ember 1962. 



WannaU 



Navy Sonar Tedmidaa Se- 
cond Class James R. Waa- 
aall m, soa (rf Jamea R. 
Waaaall Jr., of 3309 
Bow Credc Blvd., Virgiida 
Beach, isc«rrertlyoa%ioar- 
moBtt deptoyneot in the At- 
lantic. 

He is a crewmember 
aboard tbe destroyer USS 
Ctary, homqwrted in Phila- 
deipkia. 

His ship recently com- 
Idetod a p«toi of refi-esher 
traiidag in Gaaataauio Bay, 
Ciba. Doriag this cmise, 
the Corry is schedaled to 
visit a Mmber of East Coast 
ports, iaclHttng Fort Laa- 
derdate and Utjfort, Fla., 
and Norfolk, Va. Addition- 
ally, be aad his sMpmates 
are sdMdaled to visit New- 
port, r:i., where his ship 
will ^^ovUe at-i^ traiMi« 
flExr stadeats ta the Sarhet 
Warfare (Mficer School. 

A 1^1 gradnte of Fkqid 
£. KeUam Hi^ Schotd, he 
Kuoed the Navy ia AagiBt 
1911. 



&tyder 



Nli#y Hull maintenance 
teclMiciaa secoml class 
Keaartii D. Snyder, wht^e 
wife Carla is tW dai^Mer 
of Mr. and Mrs Cart K. 
HMsiao o^ §01 Old Forge 
Cirete. Vininia Beach, re- 
CMtly ^rttci|»ted in exer- 
cise -Bea^i 1-77' in tte 
^oth ChiM aad Philippine 

Us Is «#rviw as a «*»■ 
aeni m m- 

rtTBO ■ircraflear- 



Mari 



Ki9hl 



* Navy I4e«h«aj^ (junior 
gratte) nonas H. Kiehl. son 
tf M*. aad Mrs. Elmer H. 
KiM of 317 GaUeoB Drive, 
Virginia Bad^ recently re- 
taraed from an extMided de- 
ployme^ in the Mediter- 
raaeaa^. 

He is a crewmember 
aboard the ammiuition ship 
USS B^e, homqwrted ia 
Ni^olk. Va., which taul been 
operatiag as a nait of the 
U.S. Si^ Fleet. 
. During the deployment, his 
ship participated in two ma- 
ior NATO exercises, "Na- 
ttoaal Week XXI" and "Dis- 
Iday Determination." In addi- 
tk», he aad his shipmates 
had the (vportvnity to visit 
Raly, S|>ain and Fr&ace. 

A 1973 graduate of the Uni- 
versity of North Carolina, 
Chapel HIU, with a bachelor 
of arts degree, Ki^ joined 
the Navy in May 1973. 



Sl^ 



Airman Scott C. Slye, son 
of retired U. S. Army Ma- 
jor and Mrs. Kenneth M. 
Slye of 805 Alley Lane, Vir- 
ginia Beach, has been as- 
signed to Keesler AFB, 
Mite., after oHnpleting Air 
Force basic training. 
During the six wetiu train- 
ing at Ucklaad AFB, Tex., 
tte airman ^udied the Air 
Force mission, organizati(» 
and customs and received 
special instruction in human 
relations. 

Airman Slye will now re- 
ceive specialized traiaii^ in 
tte c(«iputer systems field. 
^ |T!e airpaj^ is a 1976grad- 
. f ^^5Ririll^.Coloaial High 



Bimch 



Navy Machinist's Mate 
Fireman Apin^tice David 
M. Boadi. SOB of Mr. and 
Mrs. Ames T. Boach of 808 
Crepe Myrtle Lane, Virginia 
Beach, recmtly retoraed 
frtmi a short deployment off 
the coasts of Florida and 
Nortt Carolina. 

He is serving as a crew- 
m«Bber Aboard theamphi-7 
Uoos command ship USS 
Mourt Whiteey, hcmieported 
ia N(Mfolk. The Moimt Whit- 
n^ is the flagsh^ td the 
Commander erf AotphiUoos 
GroqiTwo. 

^ ft and his fellow crew- 
SManbers vistted Mayport, 
Fla., for a weekmd port 
call (taring ms testtw per- 
iod. 

BoMdi joined the Navy ia 
Fetawry 197C. 



Heuer 



Navy I^otenart Edward 
D. Hener, son (rf Mr. and 
Mrs. Atward H. Heuer of 
1425 Planting Court, Vir- 
ginia Beach, is partic^Uiv 
ia the ma^ allied exercise 
"Rlmpac '77." 

He is serving as a crew- 
mnaber aboard the aircraft 
carrier USS CoastellatioB, 
homepinled ia Su Diego. 

He is oae of appraxlBiate- 
ly a),000 men taking part is 
the moath-h»g exercise ia 
the Mid-Pacific Oceaa area 
M^cert to Hawaii. "Rimpac 
*77" the fiftti amal j<dnt 
aaval maneuvers coeducted 
iff tte 'rim (rf the Pacific' 
natlMis, invtdves38shl^aMl 
22s aircraft from the U. S., 
iUMralta, Qnacto and New 
Zealand. 

A 1971 gradmte M Panto 
Univeraity, Wnt Laftyette, 
tad., wtt a bachelOT of 
sciea(% tegree, peuer join- 
ed the Navy ta August 1971. 



Yetmrnm 

Uny Awuam Qectronics 
Tectawtan First Class 
Omiles 8. Teoaaas, soa oi 
Ibry N. Yeoman <^ 729 S. 
LjMhavM ItoMi, ^igtata 
BttA, ku TtpuUi fwdi^ 
im F^ter S«w«roa-48, 
Mml .Air SMiOB C^ua, 
Vi^i^Bateh, 

Re ^Maed tte Navy in July 



servicemen 



MftMliutt f u-st Cliw 
y»m% PlUM.MB<tfM«r- 
Jorie W. PUsco of 44U tm- 
tm Lane. Vlrgiaia Beach, 
4 Ms bera dtti^ted a MM- 
mgmM Lta^murt qwior 
gtwfe) as ampaay a^cmi- 
naader of Fimrth Compaiv 
»t the U.S. Naval AoKlemy, 
AMit^is, Md. 

He is a 1«79 ^-^taite <rf 
PriMcss Ame R^ aEdMwl. 



First Class 
MhM K. toer. Miof Mr. 
aad Mn. Boyce W. &ker of 
157 Viaorta IMve, Vlnuia 
Bea^, aks be«i draig^ted a 
MM^^M ^^ga assquul 
le^Mr aii eMBpany ^irtaat 
of 19th Coniwny at tte U. S. 
Nana Attdemy, AoBapolis, 
Md. 

to is a 1973 grMioate of 
Flcqrd E. KelUmH^ School. 



Bnnkley 

Midshipman First Class 
Ronald W. Brinkley, s« ot 
Mr. and Mrs. Waverly L. 
Brinkley <tf 3419 Gr«^ Piae 
Law, Viifliaa BMch, tes 
beM desisted a MMship- 
man LiwtMttnt (junior 
grade) as third platom wm- 
maader (tf lAh coMwaqr at 
tto U. S. Naval AcMemy. 
AuMpolis, Md. 

Be ta « 19?3 graitate (tf 
Fint Cota^al H%h SiAofA. 



«I0II9S 



Cmst Guard ^knan. IM- 
vid H. Jooes,! sea of Mr. 
and Mrs. i^H.: JM«s of 
524 WUltatoburg RoM, ittd 
wh(»e wile, Lisa, isttedsti- 
ghter of Mr. ud Mn. U- 
ooard G. Otvls <tf 7lS Ltt- 
Ue Neck 1^0, all t»f Vir- 
ginia B^, partici^tei ta 
the seizure (rf a sailbnat 
tainrived ia smuRUagtfrals. 
Re is a creiirhiember 
aboard the Ciast QmH dA- 
ter Cherol»e. homl^rtedta 
Little Credt» Va. 

Thv .notor sailer ViUxuf 
was literc^ed oH Urn «B- 
tran.ce to Cheapcake Bay 
by the Cherokee, actii^ on 
informaUea ^m the U.S. 
Customs Service. A beard- 
ing partyii^m the cottar a* 
rrested the crew of the Val- 
borg, which had been tfiser- 
ved transtarring a laife 
(piantity 1^ marijMfla to a 
motoitoat, 

Three tians of Jnarijusaa 
were seised whmi the m- 
torboat doeked at a Virgtaia 
port. R was tbe latgest drug 
seizure ever made ia tiie 
Tidewater, Virginia area. 

His shifita a 205-ft. me- 
dium «idaraBce eittter, 
which besides law enforce- 
ment duties, performs SMX^ 
ch aad rescue missions, 
fisheries patnds and oc^h- 
ographic research. 

A 1974 gtiMUat# 01 Prin- 
cess Anne High School, he 
joined tbeCoast Guard in 
February 1975. 



Cobf 



Navy Teomaa Thitd Class 
Frederick W. ColhtJD.,afli 
of Mr. and Itrs.-li^B^teddt 
W. Colby at Wc»ma 
Drive, inrgiBta Baadi, ?»> 
c(>ntiy retttVed tram Ashcwt 
deptoymert off the eoasb oi 
Florida tad north eiroliila. 

He is serving as s crew- 
member dward the anqphi- 
bions (Mnamaad sh^i USS 
Mouirt Wldtaey, homepbrted 
ta Nbrfoft, Va. TheMoaat 
Whitney ta tiie flagship of 
the Commander of Aln|khi- 
bious GnN« Two. 

He and his fellow crew- 
members visited Ibyport, 
FU., for a weekend pbH 
call during thU testing per- 
iod. 

Colby ^ioed the Navy la 
Jammry 1974. 



Cummins 

Private First Class Thomas 
E. Cummins has befsiaaiiM 
Fort Tory's 1976 SdkUer 
of the Year. 

Cummins, a nati ve (rfR ich- 
mrad.^a. lila ampfij^oas 



vehicle qierator with tbe 
458th Tra^wrtatioo Com^- 
pany at Ft. «ory. Ife ns 
named Soldier of the MoflUi 
in November am competed 
with other soldieri df the 
79tb TranspOTtattoa fitt - 
talicm (Terniul) for ttta 
hraor. 

Cummins is the thM mem - 
ber of tbe Pi. Stej^^saBaad 
to be cited as SoMier fA the 
Year by ^Douglas Mac- 
Arttar eh^r (tf tte A<- 
sociation «i the United 
States Army. He was |re' 
seated a ijlacpie and a |2$ 
savings boid at a special 
chapter tfmier aearUcr tltta 
month. 



L^mt 



Itavy Piiwfeaa Oo«^<«. 
Leb^ Jr., «» d Mr. aid 
Mrs. I^wgte G. iMs^ik. 

i^ttta MMi^MsMlli^d 
recruit ti^ii^MtteM- 
val Traiatag CMter, Ita 
Oego. 

Dartag the elgitf.>«wl 
tn&A« cycle, he staAad 
fHMil military sabjeds 
^s^Md to prepare him 
fM- fiothtr aeidiMnlc aad 
SBptte-J* tritaUf ia oae 
or the NMy's 85 basic oc- 



around the world 



SbBBN^ 



Itavy Avtattan Electcmics 
Tectaddan. Second Class 
TOiQr D. Scearn, SMof Mr. 
B. G. ^MTM fA Vbi^nU 
Bet^ if particqmtiog tattle 
nui|(gj|Uied exercise 'Rim- 
pac *f7." 

Bf is serving as a crew- 
niitaitt«r aboard the aiiiraft 
canritt- USS ConsteUatioo, 
htm^rted ta &b JQli«o. 

ni ta OM of qpiwodmately 
20«M0 men taiing put ta the 
|Blntth-l<»g exercise ta the 
i|id>>Meific Ocean area ad- 
Jteeit to bwaii. "Rimpac 
'tr the fifth aanal joint 
naval maaeuvM^ condoctad 
bjr tte 'rim Dif ttie PadfiC 
mmut, iavtdinMM^isand 
22!^ aircraft Horn the U. S., 
AuslraUa, Canada aad New 
Zealaiid. 

SiMirce joined Uie Navy ta 
March 1969. 



Thomas 



Airman Jack E. Thomas 
Jr.. si» of Navy Chief Prt- 
ty Officer and Mrs. Jack 
E. Thomas of 3213 W. Ot- 
towa Road,. Virginta Bracb, 
has beai selected for tech- 
nical training at Cham;de 
AFB. lU., in the Air Force 
weather services field. 

The airnum recently com- 
pleted baste,, training at 
La^md AfiB, Tex., and 
stified the Air Force mis- 
' sion, organization and cus- 
toms and received special 
tastruction ta human reta- 
tiomi. 

Airman Thraus is a 1976 
graduate of Kempsville High 
School. 



Beckett 

Navy Seataaa Appren- 
tice Gerald Bedc^, wa of 
Mr. aad Mrs. Robert L. 
Beckett of 3048 Pewter jRd., 
Virginta Beach, was grad- 
li^d from tesic Mess Ma- 
nagemeat ^teciallM Sdiool. 

Daring the eigtt-week 
course at the Naval Tram- 
ing CeMer, &a Diego, stu- 
. dais pJaed a fundamental 
knowledge of ibod^ffqjara- 
tioa, muMfMMirt aad serv- 
viee. They studied basic 
cooking, mitriUon, m«it 
carving, mem planning, 
baking aad ntat^ kitchra 
healtt and mtftetina pro - 
cedures. 

A 1976 graduate of Kel- 
tani High School, be jotaed 
the Na^r ta My 1976. 

t. 

*■ 
f 

6ui1mnachl 

Navy Fireman Albert H. 
B«rtana<^ Jr., sod irf Mr. 
and Mrs. AUiert H. Burta- 
maiail ot 179 Mtami Road, 
Virgtata Beach, has com- 
peted recMt'trainiag at the 
V*nl TrainiBg Center. Or- 
laadiFta. 

I|^ the ^gfet-week 
tnMig cycle, trataees sta- 
tfcil general tailitary nl>- 
jecta desigMd to ^epare 
than for tartt^r ai^iemic 
aad on-the-job training ta 
oae 4df tae Navy's 85 bade 
ocMi^ttioBal Adds. 

ttdwded ta their ladies 
were Kamawrttip, eli^ or- 
der driU. mm MMory and 
fidtAld. 

AirWgridnateof%MqM- 
viU* ,W^ JMtoal, MMm- 
*«y jotaed iin Navy taNo- 
1978. 



niner 



A It^ MMnta «r Kat- 
tam B^^ool, MJfllaed 
tte Mvy ta Itovemberim. 



MidshlpmaB First Class 
WUliam H. Mw, sonotMr. 
ail Vrs. MMtet R. Htav 0^ 
tttt B^eritm, nrgtata 
•sM, has hmd^VHMa 

taiAN' tf Se^ld CMpMqptf 
m V. §. Mval Aeadenv, 
MM^otts. Mi 

Ik ta a wis gi^MM tf 
Fraak W. On M^ Schoirt. 



itottway 



Navy Avtatioo Fire C<»- 
trol TecM eiaa nird Class 
Hallway L. Wlliams Jr., son 
(tf Mr. and Mrs. James Or- 
sini of 4601 N. GreenweU 
Boad, Virgiata Beach, tapar- 
ttc^ting ta the major allied 
exercise "Rimpac '77". 

He ta servi^ as a crew- 
mostber aboard the aircraft 
carriei USS Coral Sea, 
homeported ta Alameda. 
Calif. 

A gradnite ct Fnak W. 
Cox High School. Williams 
J<4aed the Navy ta July 1970. 



Kona 



•Navy Aircrew Survival 
Eqai^eotman Airman Ap- 
prjBitice Thomas S. K«ia. 
son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve 
G; Kona of 524 Mtairtem» 
Read, Virginta Beach, was 
gradmited frrai Aircrew 
Survival Equ^tment School. 

Daring the self - paced 
course at ttie Naval Air Te- 
chnical Trainii« Center, 
Lakehurst, N., J., studenta 
received in^niction on the 
survival equiimaent and sys- ■ 
tem installed aboard Navy 
and Marine Corps aircraft. 
They studied the (yerattan, 
inspection and matatenance 
of aircraft oxygen systems; 
inftatable life jacket and 
rafta; rescM «nd survinl 
kits; idus.the iaspectton, re- 
pair. riRiflg and packing 
of paradnrtes. 

A 1975 gnutaate (A Prin- 
cess Anne High School, he 
ftOaed the Navy ta AiKust 
1976. 



O'Brien 



Marine Stalf^ Jterg^mt 
Mldiael S. O'Brien, son of 
Mr. and Mr«. PhiUip w. 
0'BH«i of 324 Carea Drive, 
and whose wife Barbara is 
the dangtaer of Mr. and 
Mrs. Gene Norris of 757 
Stell l4jie, all d Virginta 
Beach, was gr»iuat«l from 
Recruiter's school. 

The i^va-week course 
at the Marine Corps Re- 
cruit Depot, San. -Biego, 
Calif^ was des^ed.topre- 
pare selected aoo-oommta- 
sioned ^eers for dtf^ re- 
cruiting young men aad wo- 
men for service with the 
MariM ConuL ' 

O'Bri^ Joined the Mar- 
Jnt C^trps io^Octobn- 1968. 

Q^dowski 

Inrae Lance Corporal 
JSjIte M. Gaiitowda, son of 
Mr! and Mra. .tames R. Ga- 
idowski of 3209 SUim Dr., 
aod whose wife Trish is the 
daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. 
Tcmas P. Toom^ of 425 
Tory Road, all ctf Vir^ata 
Beach, has onaideted tte 
basic assault amphibian 
a%wmaa's course. 

lie seven- wedc skiU trata- 
i^ at tae MariM Coips 
Bum, Camp Lejeme, H. C, 
was desigMd to prepare him 
for ass%Bment to a Marine 
assa^ ampi^riaa mdt. 

He ta curroitly servii^ 
with ibe tai Assault Am- 
phibian ^ttalioQ at Camp 
I^Jeuae, N. C. 

A wn grtdnta (tf Prin- 
cess Aane Ugh School, he 
Mned tte Ibrioe Corps ta 
JidyUM. 

lOvy flreMptTeehoi. 
ctaa TUrd/Wh'XlleB G. 
ColUas, wIMPWie Cons- 
tance ta the diilMerolAad- 
rey F. Meulpew of 190Sn. 
ward Court, Vixf inia B^fih, v 
tea r^ortaA^ MyiMai^ 
Oe m^KU-fmmti fleet. 
btfMe iMl^ Mbmariae 
rai 9mkj L tfttiMM, bme- 
pmftad ta oa^taMi. S.C. 

te jMaed Ifte Ifavy ta 
March I97S. ' 



Platz 



Navy Ensign Kell^ D. 
Pl^, SOB of Mr. and Mrs. 
Bruce W. Ptata <rf 1708 Sun- 
rise Drive, Vir^ota Bnch. 
has «»Nnpleted theNw-Law- 
yer Course at the Naval 
Justice School. Newport, 
R.I. 

Completifm of thta course 
eoMts grtfitaatM toprovide 
pnru-lei^ advice and basic 
legal assistance services, 
|dns perform tte admin- 
istrative duties of a unit le- 
gal (tfficer. 

A 1970 graduate of Bay- 
side High School, he Jotaed 
tte Navy ta February 1976. 



Sykes 



Marine Private JFirst 
Class Jcta I. Sykes Jr., 
son of Mr. aad Mrs. John 
L. Sykes Sr. of 804 Deary 
Lane, Virginta Beach, has 
ompleted the intantry com- 
bat training course at Camp 
LeJeune. NwC. 

During the sik-wedc 
course, he received ctass^ 
room instruction and par- 
ticipated ta field exercises 
tavolving infimtrytactics;the 
constmctioo and camouftage 
(rf fif^iting positions; andthe 
use of mines, demolitions, 
and tatra-compaay commun- 
ication equipment. His spec- 
ialized training c«itered on 
tae Aities 01 a rifleman, 
with emphasta on squad tac- 
tics and the techniques of 
fire of the squad's weapons. 
A 1976 graduate of First 
Colonial High School, be 
jotaed the Marine Corps ta 
August 1976. 



DavIS- 

The son of a Virginia. 
Beach, resident, ^^^ been 
sdected to receive specta- 
lized trataing after com- 
pleting Air Force basic 
training at Lackland AFB, 
Tex. 

Ainnaa James L. Itavis 
Jr., whose m(Aber ta Mrs. 
Rosalyn R. Poole of 929 
Adeli^ Road, now goes to 
Presidio (tf Monterey, Calif, 
to attend the Air Training 
Command's lingaage spe- 
cialist course. 

Airman Davis is a 1976 
graduate of KempsrilleHigb 
School. Htatather, James L. 
Davta, resides at US Maple 
Ave., Newport News. 

AHsbrook 

Selected for training at 
Keesler AFB, Mtas., ta tte 
OHnmunlcaticais etectroa- 
ics fieM after conqdeting 
basic training at Lack - 
lud AFB, Tex., is Air- 
man Gl«m 0. All^ro(d[ Jr. 
iriiose pai^ota are Mr. and 
Mra. Glenn D. Altabrook 
Sr. ot «38 Savoy a., Vir- 
giida B^ch. 

Daring the sta we^ts 
trd^ag at LacUand, the 
airmaa studied tae Air For- 
ce missioo, organization 
and (»sbHBS and rec^ved 
special iastrw:tioa ta tat^ 
man retatkms. 

Airmaa AiUbno^^^mi' 
ed PriiKMs AflM Ugh 
&diool. 



Sawii^ts 

Nai^ AiniM MenM 
Jam^ C. Santars. soa of 
Mr. aad Mn. Jotai K.to- 
adws of IMI Kta| Jota C^, 
ViifiBta B^A, has e(wi - 
pMed n^rdt tttl^ irttte 
Naral Traitfag Cmtbtf, C^- 
laade, Fta. Dttrtag.flM^I- 
we* tnii^ eiita, bnla» 
ees stu^d gwwiai aWtai7 
safejecta Mu^Md to|^ • 
iMr MM* aa- 
ttN^lAtaata- 
tag ta OM «l tte ttvy's m 
haste <^^a^oaal Mite. 

le|ataa«Aella«rtaRo- 



Teachottt 

Airman Bartlett R. 
Teadiout, sod of Mrs. Mar- 
tha M. Haniess of 3428 
Ktags Grant R(»d, Virginta 
Beach, has been asslgi^ 
to Travis AFB. Calif., for 
training and ^ ta theU.S. 
Air Force medical services 
field. 

The airman, ^rec«itly 
completed basifRrataiog at 
Lacjdand AFB, Tex., stud- 
ied the Air Force,taissionr 
organization and customs 
and received special ta- 
stracti(» ta human rota- 
tions. 

Airman Teachout is a 
1976 gractaate of Keltam 
HighSchooL 



Holt 



Marine Corporal Roy K. 
Holt, Mn of Mr. and Mrs. 
Roy L. Holt, and whose wife 
Ix>ri ta the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Clan C. Whitmy 
all (d ^rine Ave., Viifinta 
B^ch, ta participating in 
Exerctae "A^ine Warrior 
77". 

He ta a member of the 
2ad Marine Regimeat, 
nomebased ^CampLeJefine 
N.C. His unit ta an deficit 
of tae 12th Marine Amphi- 
taous Brigade (MAB). 

Thus tar dturinr theman- 
euvers, he and hta fellOw 
Marines have had to put 
their cold wither trata - 
ing tato practice imme - 
dtately. Consictering wind/ 
cUU tacton, the tempera- 
ture at Ft. Drum has drq;>- 
ped to between «) and 50 
degrees below zero. 

A 1973 graduate of Prin- 
cess Aane Hi^ SciMwl, Holt 
Jotaed the Marine Corps 
ta November 1973. 



Neill 

Selected for trainiiv at 
Keesler^ AFB, Miss., ta ttie 
eommtadcations electrodes 
field after onqiletiiv basic 
traiaiag at Lackland AFB. 
Tex., ta Airmaa Veima R. 
Itaill Jr,, wim»p|f«Bta are 
Mr.tndMra.VeriiBR.NeiU 
Sr. of 1600 iimpsviUe 
Boad, Virginta Beach. 

Daring the sta weeks 
trataiiig at Laddaml, the air- 
maa studied the Air Force 
raissim, (»trlaiBi^m and 
<«ctoms andreoMvedqieetal 
instruction ta hnmaa ra- 
ttans. 

Airmaa ReU is a 197S 
graduate oi KenuiBville High 
S<ao01. 



Foley 



■ariw ^cmdLieatatant 
Jdu W. Foley, ibn of Mr. 
and lire. Jeremitt R. Fol- 
ey rt 825 Ray Ptace, Vir- 
ginta BeMh, ta Bu1tdpatii« 
ta E]^«ise"Al^BeWUTier 
77." 

A ta a t^Mber d the&Ki 
Marine Beftanat , home- 
based at Canpl.4e«ne. N.C. 
tti unit ta an elMoent of 
the mh MariM AmpUbl - 
o«s Br^ade OiAB). 

^mutag tte p^MM 
OK^taidend taj^M^maOier 
op«n«OBS, the lit-m^ex- 
»t!ise iacln^ bM indivi- 
(tari aad Btft toairiag. 

fhns In- tabm theaine- 
nvers. he aad Ms talBv^- 
rtaMLhave had to pi the^ 
e^ veatter tninii« iite 
praMtae iwHtfMe^r. Qm- 
rt^fta g^nd/e iim ta<Aon 

l»s (k^vpcd to b^M M 
and SO degrew MlwHtoo.) 
A mt gnteate of FM 
CdoiM ^ s^ool, ii^d 
^1 gt^Mte (tf Fdttnd 

cm^ 4^am^buo^n. c, 
wita a b^hMi» of utiita- 
»», Wflr ^mt tte lb- 
C«^ ta June wn 



'X 



Cubs kites caper at Trashmore 



*«('•: 



V 




TiM skr aixnc Mt. Tnsb- 
■ore was Xilled with kites 
Saturday as the PAVAB 
(Prtaens Aane - VirKinia 
B«ek) Ustrict Cd> Scouts 
ImM a kite flying contest. 

Qpe tniDdred thirty eight 
C«bi and W^wlos and as- 
sorted aaiioas parents, 
turwd out with home-made 
kites to see if theirs was 
the most unusual, the long- 
est, the smallest, the lar- 
gest, the most comical, or 
the highest flying kite of all. 

The Cubs had to contend 
wifli a kite-eating lake near- ' 
by, and sometimes the 
strings of others, but all- 
in-all, the kites blanketed the 
sky. 

Alma Cook, PAVAB Cub 
Scoot Program Chairman, 
said this ms the second kite- 
flying contest for the Virgin- 
ia Beach Cubs. The first 
was held about three years 
ago, but bad weather limit- 
ed the turnout. This week- 
end was much better, Mrs. 
Cock said, The contest was 
under the siq>ervision of 
Mike Bendict, chairman, and 
Barbara Easton, assistant 
chairman. 



The contest was (^en in 
three age groups: eight, nine 
and ten years old. And the 
entries were judged for the 
most comical, highest-fly - 
ing, most unusual, longest, 
smallest and largest. 

A nippy wind chilled the 
booes of most of the en- 
trants, but provided a great 
kite flying situation. Though 
each entry was band-made, 
almost each Cub got a help- 
ing hand from either Mom 
or Dad to get his master- 
piece airborne. 



Story and photos . 
by Gary FullBrton, \ 

SUN News £d(tor 



Pack416's Wade Atchison, 945 S Piney 
Branch Drive, gets a hpiping hand from 
his mother, Mrs. Karen Atchison. 



Chris Humphries hf $12 Bent Branch Lane, 
Pacl<^88, gets l;k kite sky-ward 



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KELLAM * EATON 

kempsville Area 

KEMPSVILLE PHARMACY 
FARM FRESH-KempsvlUt 

• -f 

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NORFOLK AIRPORT 

LAKE WRIGHT MOTEL-Npr fl ia l M ton Blvd. 
f-ll-aWttrRd. -i**'^ 

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BAYfiDS raARMACY 
PECff LES-Haygood Sba^ Center 
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PEC^LES-Pcmbroke MaU 

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kerr^vide's'Pack e^with'their kites (some in good p^ape. some not! With Pack 
Chairman meanders and Cub Master RossRee^are [I to r] BenSpitzer, David Lutz, 
Mark Reed, Richard Horsch, Mark Kumpf, Steve Tray lor. Brad Brown. Bert Huser. 



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t.M-KbMGraat 

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T>n «• l^and Rd. 

IR^MAltttET - LyariMVW Rd. (Mini Mall) 

PWmSi' Plaia Sho^CMtM- ' 

London Brldsje Area 

VIRGIttA BEACH BC^PITAL 
f<il > lit ColQtfal Rd. (RUltop) 
fi^^ • Httltop SMp C«it*r 
tttlifCff PHARMACY 
ttfXM 'M' CAU> - HUlMp SMp Ceato 



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1-U - Gr«tt Mdl Rd. 

MilMii^MiiiMH 



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MCahMia 



Virginia Beach &a, March U. WH - j^-% 

Public Nottees 



NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
Virginia: 

lite rMdar meeting ai the Council ot tbe Cite of 
rinia Beach wUl be held in the Couoeil Cbai^ 
m Adniiystration BuUding, City Hall, Princ^w 
Statton, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Mootey, Anrtll 
m7, ct 1:00 P.M., at which time the foUovii« 
ttoos will be hMfd: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DSTRICT CLASSIFICATION 
KgMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

1. Petitioa of Sam Sandler, Harry Sandler, Tavia 
don, Daniel Gordon and Allen J. Gordon for a 
of Zoning District Classification from R-8 R 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain property 
ted on the North side of Indian River Road 
at a point 160 feet East of Thompkins Laoe, 
(Ustance of 340 feet along the North side of Indian 
Road, running a distance ct 302.67 fe^ along the 
property line, running a distance of 380 feet akMgi 
Norttera property line and running a distance at 
feet along the Western property line. Said parcel 
tains 2.41 acres more or less. KEMPSVILLE 

2. PetiUon <a W. W. Reasor for a Chaise of 
District ClassificaUw from R-8 Residential mstri< 
B-2 Community- Business District m certain pi 
located on the East side of Independence Bonl< 
Nora and South of New Bomiey Road. 
Parcel 1: Located at the Northeast iatersection of 
dqwDdence Boulevard and New Bonney Road, 
a distance of 31.70 feet along the East sidetrf 
pendence Boulevard, running a distance of 258.65 
in a Northeasterly direction, running a distanc( 
279.63 feet in a Southeasterly directioo, runnii 
distance of 68 feet more or less in a Soirtberly di: 
ti(m, runnii^ a distance of 100.94 feet in a Southwesti 
directicm, running a distance of 24.66 feet in a Nol i- 
westerly direction, running a distance of 57.90 it 
in a Smithwesterly direction, running a distance of 1! 14 
feet in a Southerly direction, runniiv a distance if 
22.54 feet in a Southwesterly direction and runnin a 
distance of 380.22 feet in a Northwesterly direct i. 
Parcel 2: Located at the Southeast intersection of i- 
dependence Boulevard and New Bonney Read, numii a 
distance of 142.67 feet along the East side of Indei) i- 
dence Boulevard, running a distance of 95.90 feet a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance (rf 5i IS 
feet in an Easterly direction, running a distance (rf 5' 4 
feet in a Northerly direction, running a distance jt 
36.96 feet in an Easterly directi(m and running aro id< 
a curve in a Northwesterly direction a distance rf 
232.76 feet. 



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Said parcels contain 2.21 acres. Plats with more 
tailed information are available in the Dqtartmrat >f 
Planning. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLAS^FICAl 
BAYSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. Petition of Howard Laderberg for a Change of ! 
ing District Classification from R-6 Residential 
trict to B-2 Community-Business District m certain 
prc^rty located 210 feet South of Virginia Beach : 
vard bcHSinning at a point 119.98 feet East (rfl 
Avenue, running a distance of 211.35' feet 
Northern px uperty line, running a distance of 
more or less along the Eastern property line, runniag 
a distance of 210 feet along the Southern property de 
and running a distance of 380 feet more or less auHg 
the Western property line. Said parcel coirtalns 2 acres 
more or less. BAYSn)E BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING IHSTRKTT CLASHFICATKHI: 
PRINCESS tmE BORWm. -%. 

4. PetititW "ixr A. T. Taylor Estate for a ClBu«e of Ztifc- 
ing District Classification from R-3 Residential District 
to R-5 Residential District on certain property located 
OQi the South side Of London Bri<!^e Road beginning at 
a point 4720.3 feet more or less East of Harpers Road, 
running a distance of 400 feet along tte South side of 
London Bridge Road, running a distance of 418.4 feet 
in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 1113 
f«et in a Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 
604 feet in a Southerly direction, running a distancffrf 
2589.8 feet in a Westerty direction, rum^ng a distaifBe 
of 717.40 feet in a Northerly direction, run^ng a M- 
tance of 544.50 feet in a Southeasterly direction, run4|g 
a distance of 791.30 feet in a Northeasterly direct" 
running a distairce of 255.4 feet in a Northerly dir 
tion, ruimlng a distance of 370.3 feet in a Southeast 
direction and running a distance of 311.3 feet in a Nor 
erly dlrectim. Said parcel contains 55.6 acres. PF 
CESS ANNE BOROUGH. £ 

5. Petitioo of A. T. Taylor Estate for a Change of Z#- 
ing District Classification from AG-1 Agricultural u|- 
trict to R-5 Residential District on certain propeny 
located 1550 feet more or less South of London Briete 
Road beginning at a point 3350 feet more or less E st 
of Harpers Ro»l, running a distance of 2589.8 feet ali g 
the Northern property line, running a distance of : 2 
feet along the Eastern property line, running a distai e 
of 2710.30 feet along the Southern pn^ierty line ) d 
running a distance of 871.20 feet along the West n 
property line. Said parcel contains 35.5 acres more r 
less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

6. Petition cA John H. Malbon, H. Ernest Brown, W. t. 
Malbon, T.M. Malbon, Paul Malbon, Olive W. Malb i, 
Leontine Frances Brown, Matilda S. Malbon, Jean ^ '. 
Malbon and Bartnra M. Malbon for a Change fA Zonmig 
District Cla sification from R-3 Residential Distri^lQ 
R-5 Residential District on certain property located 
on the West side of London Bridge Road beginniag at a 
point 1263.75 feet North of Oceana Boulevard, running 
a distance of 942.94 feet along the West side of London 
Bridge Road, running a distance of 278.65 feet in a 
in a Southwesterly direction, running a distance (A 
1310.34 in a Northwesterly direction, running a dis- 
tance of 1540 feet in a Southerly direction, ruimtng a 
distance of 900 feet in an. Easterly direction, nmlng 
a distance of 177.05 feet in a Northerly directtonaaa 
running a distance of 562.40 feet in an Easterly direc- 
tion. Said parcel contains 32.8 acres more or less. 
(Woodhouse Comer Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH 

7. Petition of iolba H. Malbw, H. Ernest Brown, W. R. 
Malbon, T. M. Malbon, Paul Malbon, OUve W. MattNm, 
Leontine Frances Brown, Matilite S. Malbon, Jean T. 
Malbon and Barbara M. MaUxm for a Change of Zoidng 
District Classification from AG-1 Agricultural District 
to R-5 Residential District oo certain property located 
1462.40 feet more or less West of Londm Bridie Road 
beginning at a point 2370 feet more or less North of 
the intersection of Princess Anne Road and Oceana Boule- 
vard, running a (Ustance tA 15<^ feet more or less in a 
Northerly directicm, running a distance of 721.18 fert 
in a Northwesterly direction, running a distance of 
1822.84 feet in a Southerly direction, numi^ a dis- 
tance oi 396.80 feet in a Switheasterly directioo aad 
rmming a distance of 1092 feet more or less in an Eas- 
terly direction. Said parcel contains 33.9 acres m«»re (n- 
less. (WoodlMNise Comer Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

VBS 3/23, 3/30 2t 



NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

OF APPUCATK>N BY 

Vn^mU ELECTRIC AND POWESt ONiPAllY 

Notice is hereby giv«i te the pi^ ttat Vlr^ato 
Electric and Power C^^ai^ ha« filed imt tha ^to 
Corpwatton Connlsirioa m ^pHca^w rapwatlwg aa- 
tholartioa to teeaittw te piaaaat fc&Mm «l pro- 
vMiag aad iastalUiv oveilMad iwvice aMi 
from the nial of ^taekn^ M tta taOMit to tta I 
lecatioa tor tt«la laoi^ nrttoaiW aito 
aew or mrtnd Ms^m rwiiftlmii kirtaf « eas^tty 
(rf 100, IW. m or yofmvmmm. "tWO pnpoM 
to e^itiiM tor«vM»aaAMA«*^baa«iwvlMAnp 
tn thr rntiitiiif iltartiiaart ftn Hit- ^M'«'>t 



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J!l|lli,Wi.W-'il'l"Vi 



A i VtTfrtait Beich Swi.'Mtrch IS, IVtl 

■ b s«p|x>rt ot its proposal the Comptny states is its 
^icatfaM that: (1) Compwy inltUted, its present pro- 
gnUB in June, 1K6, of provldinc overlMtd service m- 
tiuce cables to single family residential units- bettvfte 
mn^ resident^ waits in VEPCO's servlee area had te- 
a^qoate wiring fkcllities; (2) Company no* finds ttat 
a na}ority of Uie political sutxUvisioos wltiitn iU ser- 
vice area tave «acted electrical vtriag Qftfnwi^ 
bat re^re rHridMitttl ^nlts to iiave sdcipiita virtag; 
tteretore, tke ateessity to f^misk overiMd MMPfice en- 
tnUK* oMe is no lomw reqpired,' (S) (mtpUV «<- 
pettM ^ipreiamt^^3W>.OMtortUspt(gim«klS75. 
TIMM o^tel MpeMtttu^ vere tttiMM intti rate 
base ud irtiMnillMi of Mi prepan «1U be (i»tttMent 
viUi Oe Conpany's goal of ke^^ its rate base at a 
min^om while cwtinniag to iwovlde a reUiMft, safe 
snipply (rf electricity to its ai^oai«rs; ukl (4) Conpany 
wUl «BitinM to own and nairtaia all overiwad snYice 
entnM^ that it owns as of the ctete ot a final order of 
Oe CMiaiinion in tliis nntter. 

The apfiUMfim uA tq^ntinf eiUbtts are on tile, 
akd may be sett, il tin offices of the ^te Corywa- 
thw CfNoais^M, Uatfon MiUHag, KMnoad, Vtogteia. 
Also, tte s|>pUcatta aBd«Mbits«lUbea«afiaiaettetM«h 
i^iril n, \m, tor publte ia^wetkm at aU bttstness 
offices ot VEPCO where Ulls can be paid. 

Hw Comnlssloa's Staff has been directed to imnti- 
gate VEPCO's {proposal and to file its reeommendatk»s 
irtKU the Commis^oB on or before ^ril 19^ 1171. 
Ai9 irterMted pnrson who desires to file wrttten eom- 
mesls with the CwDnMsslon, eith^ tx or s^lnst 
VEPCO's appUcatioB, mwt file such conaMnU with 
the Commission on or b^re April 15, 1977, a^ntloo, 
WiUiam C. Young, Clerk, ^te Cotporatlon Qnmls- 
slon, P.O. Box 1197, Ri<Am«ad, VIrgttda OiM. Any 
later^ted person who desires to request a hearing be- 
iwo Ow^Commisrion oa tie apidientioii sbouki so ad- 
vise tbe ConmissioB on or b^re April IS, 1977, 
by writing to tl^e Clerfc of tbe CommissiMi. 

VmCINU ELECTRIC AMD POWER COMPANY 

VBS 3/g3 . 3/30. 4/6 3t 



NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning .^qwals will conduct 
a PubUc HieariJV on Wettaiesday, April 6, 1977, at 7:30 
P.M. in the Circuit Court Room #6, City Hall, Virginia 
BMOh, Virginia. The following applications will aH>ear 
OB the agenda. 
DEFERRED AGENDA: 

1. (Deferred March 2, 1977). SandcasUe Motel. Inc. 
by John Vakos requests a variance of 17 paitiag 
qmces to M partdag ^aces instead of 47 paridng spaces 
as required and to allow parking in the required set- 
back from tte streri and tbe si^ yard settack vdiere 
prohilHted on Square 13, Virginia Beach Development 

; Co., 'Southeast Corner of 1^ ^reet and Atlantic Avenue. 
Virginia Beach Borom^. 

2. '(Deferred March 2, 1977). Gustav C. Homner, Jr. 
requests a variance ot 21 square feet per fnce for the 
carter ideirtificatioB siiia to 121 square feet per face 
instead oi 100 square feet as allowed ami to allow a 
toumt to permanently advertise on the center klenti- 
tlcatioe sign where probttrtted on Part of a Parcel, 
PeBd>roke Meadoira, ^20 Pembroke Meadows Shopping 
C(Mter. Bai^ide Bonw^ 

REGULAR AGENDA: 

1. Cmic N' Cleaver RestaanMI by Jerry W. Adams, 
Agent, requite a variance of 9 paridng q«ces to 62 
paricing q»ces as previoas^ miroved iff the Board 
of Zoning Appeals (addftion to restonraat) oo Lot A-lb, 
Block M, Maxey Mannr, nortbvest corner of Laskin 
Road and Victor Rond. Lyntfmveo Borougji. 

2. Soath|xrint Proprnties by S. A. Kan^rge requests 
a variance of 10 feet to a "0" settmdc trota VkciSic 
Avf^ue and d 5 feet to a 5 tootM^wdi^^ptSi^ 
Striet iimtead of 10 feet oicb aS'¥^«aK(iiuRrto'Ulo« 
parking in tbe required settack trmn both 3rd Street 
and Pacific Avenue on the south 55 feet (d Lots 11 and 
12, Bbtdk t>, Viiginia Beach, 3rd Street and AtljmUc 
Avorae (vest side). Virginia Beach Borough. 

3. &amel P« Stewart requests a rariaace of 7 feet to 
a 13 Soei side yard settiack instead of 20 feet as re- 
quired (west pn^erty line) oo Ixrt 24, Clid» Secticm, 
Bicdimik Point, 776 Orioie Drive. L]nmhaven Borough. 

4. Ullian L. and William A. Wa^rs request a variance 
at 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setoadc and of 5 feet to 
a 5 foot side yard setba^ (west property line) instead 
of 10 feet each as r^pired (garage) on Lot lOO, Dia- 
numd Lake Estates, 5712 Attica Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

5. JAn Baillio by Edward R. Roehm. Architeet, re- 
qne|^ a variance (rf 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard set- 
bade iastoad of 10 feet as required ^rage ^lartm^) 
OB Lot 1-A, Block 16. North Virginia Beach. 221 
66th Street. Lynnhaven Borou^. 

6. Donald G. Mayes requests a variance ot 20 fe^ to 
a 30 foot front yard setback instead of 50 fert as re- , 
qitfred of L<^ 21, Tract D, Section 3, Sandbridge Beach, 
SsBdflddler Road. Pimgo B«t>ugh. 

7. nwrooghgood Colony Associates by Alan L. Htritatan 
requests a variance ot 2 feet to an I foot side yard 
semck tastead ot 10 feet as required (fireplace) on 
Lot 51, 1lKnro«i^«ood Colony, 1313 Wakefield Drive. 
Bayside Boroogb. 

I. Woodie Ellis ^ Bdton Inqtrovemeirt Co. requests 
a variaace of 4 feet to a 6 foot rear yard s^back in- 
stead ot 10 feet fs reqdi«d othatl. Block 22. Section 
6. Arrowhiead, ^9 Pwrtlae Roml. Kenqisville Bmtmgh. 

9. WUtom A. amw reqn^s a variance of 4 feet to a 
tfOQt 1^ yard seOMdt kmteiad of 10 fe^ as refiiired 
<wi^ property Qne-firqdace and air eon(Uti(»ing unit) 
OB Lot 42, Section 1, Dnbarton, S28 Timbo-lake Drive. 
Kempcville Botou^. 

10. William A. knd Beverly J. OcteHdiirt, Jr. request 
a variance ot 4 feet to a 6 foot side yard setiback in- 
stead oi 10 feet as required (norfli property line- 
swtmmtag pool) m L<^ 6, Btodi E, Section 1, Laurel 
Cow, IMS C<mr»l Lane. Lymdiaven B«ron|^. 

II. Talley neon and Advertising Iqr P^ Ware re- 
quei^ a variance of 7 fe^ to a "0" setback for tbe free- 
i^mdlng tign instead (rf a 7 foot seflbaek as required 
OB Lots 7 and 8, Block 21, Virgink Beu^ 21st Street 
and Atlaotic Avnne. Virgiida Bneh Bmwi^. 

12. Rntt Md Fletcher Litchfield requ^ a varittM of 
57 partciBg spaces to "0" parting qivces instead ot 57 
parity spaces as rotund (restaurant) on Lot 9, 
Vtoginia Beach, 2412 Atla^e Avvnue. Virgil Beach 
B orou^ ^ 

13. Carter B.S. Fnrr requestr'a varisMe of 20 fe^ to 
a 90 focrt froA yard setbMk instead of SO feet as re- 
q^red trf Lot 7, Tract C, Section 3, Md Tract D, Sec- 
ttoii 1, SamBiridge Beach, Saadflddler Road. Pungo 

14. David A. Howard reqMsts a variance of 15 feet 
to a 10 fo(rt frcwt ]nurd settMCk in^ad of 25 feet as 
reqRired (from ixt^iosed unmraed Street) on Lot BlB, 
Plit (M' Nonni, Coh^, Weititerg aad Clark Co., a 
PartoersUp, So^ Plaza Trail. LnoAnven Borough. 

15. E. C. tentenX ID, requests a variaan irfl6 
feet to a 14 fsolfi-oat yard setback instead of 30 feet 
as reqdr«! and of 10 fe^ to a 5 fo(^ sMe yard «t|aeMt 
to a street (Myrtle Avenue) iast«Hi (rf IS feet as re- 
^tvi of Lflte 161A aad 162A, Part oi theH^lfes, 
iU9 Alfn^to Avei^. Virginia B^ch B<»-oi«h. 

11. Liqrfe D- Sriidera req^sts a vari^m^ ot IS f^ 
to a 17 loot Imrt )«rd setoack lutead ctf SOIe^as 
reared of Lot 12. Btock 1, Secttan 124, mmof 
WotA, min. DMHifHwd Court, LjnalavNlenn^ 
17. Mn. IMm I^iAteh Fooi r^i^ a tntaa^ 
at M tm m feBM M0II to a 6 f(Xi Mee tastoifi of a 
4 Da^ fnce as altowd in a reqidr«4 iMteA frma a 
street oa Lot 2, Btrdneek Alpin Plat, liN l^ttn lotf . 
LyMdiavea Boitngh. 

• irginia Beach Bank of Comawre* tar Tmaitt C. 

broyfea. Attorney, reqacttt a ^imetmmm S feM to a S 

foot setback from the right «f «9^^riiMialMy-«Ntt 

>ln») instead of 10 feel M v^ptoad iadaf 6 

4 foot setback (w^ v^Btm^mg-mM 

. caMnr) laartaad el IB tait as ra^tfiM wtmto 

^retal MBiig ii|WM apacMMt waftyindtoinnw 

ffwny in this setback wMne iMOliHilBii snil^M 

.w^..i.< ;n 14 partim mmm imrtind nl ^ 

required a^ M ^« fMMag in te 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



required s«tt»ck along both I^elfic Avenw aad 3Stb 

Street where prohiUted m Li^s 11, 12 ud tte Eastern 

5 to^ of L^ IS, Block 108, Virginia B^cb, southwest 

corner ot Kth Street and Pacific Avenue. Virginia 

B^chBonMgh. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE 

BOARD. 

W.L. Towers I V 



VBS 8/16, 3/23 2t 



M)TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT 

Atttai R. MUbes , Jr. 4 Bwjamia F. Forehand 

Tri^ Nuw: lie Helmsman Seafood Restaurwil, 216 

2«h St. Va. Beach. Virginia 23451 . 

biteads to a|^ to tiie Virginia D^tartm^t of Atcotelic 

Beverage Control, at its c^ces in Ric^unond. Virginia 

fm- a license to sell beer and wine-oft premise at the 

above lorati<». 

The names, nddre»^, and nature of interest, (tf every 
perMB interested, or to be interested, in the business, 
to aiV eiteirt «b|tsoever (exclusive of ownership of 
stock if the mdicairt be a Coiporatim), are as foUows: 
Albin R. Mailbes, Jr., 726 Greensboro Ave.. Partoer. 
Benjamin F. Fonhaad. 501 Light House Pt., I^rtaer. 
SigMd this 25th day <a Febnary. 1977 
Albin R. Mailbes, Jr. 

VBS8/28lt 



LEGAL NOTICE 

Take notice that on March 28, 1977 at 10:00 A.M. at 
Oie premises ol Tidewater AMC/Jeep/Heada, 3152 Va. 
Beach Blvd., Virginia Beach. Virginia 23452. the under- 
signed will sell at public aucUoa, for cash, reserttag 
mdo itself ^ rigbt to bid, tbe following motor vebicties: 



Descr^on 

1975 OldsmobUe 2d cpe 
1973 Pontine Graa Prii 

1976 AMC Hornet 



Sertll* 

3J57K5M2988S6 
2K57T3PS18911 
A6C037A10^146 

VBS 3/23 It 



PUBUC NOnCE 

Ikitice is herdly given that Bayclifi Civic League. In- 
ofOfonieA, 2025 Echo Cove, Virginia Beach, Viiginia 
23454 has applied for a Certificate of Compliance from 
tbe State Water Control Board pursuant to Section 401 
of ttie Federal Water Pdlntlon Control Act Amendmarts 
of 1972. Public Law 92-500 to perfk»m maintenance 
dredging in BaycUfl canal at tbe entrance to Broad 
Bay. 

Tbe dedsiatt whether to issue tbe Certificate of Com- 
pliance will be based on an evaluation ot tbredfect of 
the luroposed activity on Stete waters. 

Wrifimi comments or inqidries relative to this notice 
shmM be addreMed to Um State Water Control Board, 
P:CLt %i ,H)«3« Ritehmood. Virginia 28210, jitf^bcmfti 
reach flie Board ik^ later than 15 days after this {Hib^ 
licatioB. 

VBS 3/23 It 



ORDER 
Virginia: In the Clerk's 
Office of the Circnit "Court 
of tbe City of Virginia 
Beach, 00 tbe 17th in of 
Marcb, 19r7. 

ta to: AdopfiMi of WiUiam 
David Baldir^ and change 
oi name to William David 



By: David Reyncdds Adams 

4 Nancy daldrige Adams 

Petittonera 

Tt^ThlUton Francis Moro- 

sowicb- 

Hictory Acres 

Farmington, Pennsylvania 

b Chancery 

#C77-2S4 
This day canM David 
Rejnolds Adaom andNaacy 
Bddrige Adams, Prttttoa- 
ers, and refnreaeBted tint 
tbe object oi this proceed- 
ing is to effect the^liddp- 
Uoo of the adiove named 
infant, William David BaM- 
rige, by David ReyaoMs 
Adams and Nanqr Baldrige 
Adams, hndNuid and wife, 
aad aflidavit having beat 
made and filed tbat Mfltoo 
Francis Moroaowieh, aan- 
tural par«rt of said child, 
is a Bon-resideBt ot tbe 
State of Virginia, tte last 
koowa post (rffice address 
beteg: Hictory Acres. 
Farmingten, Penai^lraaia 
It is ttmrefore Ordered tbat 
tbe said Miltoa FnuKis 
MtoroBOwich ffP^r before 
tttfs Court wlfida toi (10) 
days, after pid>UcatiOB of 
this Order aad iadirate bis 
attitude toward tbe {Mt> - 
posed adcptioB, or o^r- 
wiw do irtttt Is necessary 
to protect his iattfest in 
tUs nutter. 

A copy teste: Jtta V. 
Fodms, Clerk 
Bf : Pnttt A. Ke«ehanD.C. 
Anrthmy F. Radd 
IMO Vttgbia Natioaal 
teABuil^ 
Norfett, ViifiBte 23510 

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sident of the Stete of Vir- 
glain. tee last known post 
<rfBce address being: Win- 
ter Park. Florida tt is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) (toys 
after due pdUicatlon here- 
of, aad do idist may be ne- 
cessarv to imitect his in- 
terest m this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V, 
Fattens 

By: Pattt A. Keenehan.De- 
PBte.Clertu 
WiUiam gl Fulford 
Tidemter Legal Aid 
Sode^ 

147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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(mms. OF pinucATioR 

lntbfClek'sC»teeoftbe 

CIreatt Court of tbe Ctty 

of Itetfite B«a^, Va., 

oa tie im dlqp of March, 

1971. 

Beverly Aaae BoM'laft 

Bolt, 

PlaWlff. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tbe Clerk's Office of tbe 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virgiida Beach, VA. on 

tbe 17th dny (rf March, 

1977. 

Allan Lee Mason, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Janet Lisa Mason, 

DefMidant. 

Tbe object (tf this suit 
is to obtate a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be kter 
merged qwn proper ap- 
pUcation to a divoree a 
vinculo matrimonii firwn 
the snid 4ef^^i^, qxmthe 
gromds of dMertkm t^the 
d^Mdairt on January 19, 
1977. 

Aad an aflidavit tevi% 
been made and filed that 
tbe 4dendant is a non-re- 
^dMitof theStateofVir- 
gWa. tbe last Imcnm post 
i^ee address bete: 1^9 
Wmi Par, Fresno^ CA ills 
oriered that ^e do ^pear 
bgn wIMa tea (10) days 
alter dne frtiUcatfoa here- 
of,^ ad do wlnit may be ne- 
cessary to protect bM- in- 
terest to ttds suit. 
A (»py-teste: Jflito V. 
Feafress 

By: Httt A. KeentimB,De- 
p^. Cl«k 
Ge«geA. Christie 
U& Firat Colotfal ftwd 
Vlrfl3^Bach.VA 
2^4 

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^htfl Albert Bott, 



is to oMite a #wv^ a 

tee groandto of mm fout 

j^ j^j tf^vtt Mirtn(^ 
tte MMitf^ a lM-f«- 



OUm OF PUM«ICA'IV>N 
k ttatamft's Oiice (tf^ 
CIreiA Cewt at tte C% 
of Vlr^riaBea^ VA.«(»f 
tttmidayollteriA. W77 

KPre^the, 



Tbe object of this suit 
is to obtta a <ttnn^ a 
vlMttto iMtrtmoBU trtm 
tbe saM d^lMMiant, qxmtte 
grtwute of ^ertfon for a 
period of m<»^ tean oim 
year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
flie d^raitont te a Mxi-re- 
sldent «f tbe Stete of Vir^ 
ginte, tte test kwnm pMt 
office addr«s bdng; c/o 
Ccntett PaclDue Company, 
Wilminghm, Nortt Caro- 
Una7a401 it te ordered 
flmt be do awear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due priiUcafioo hereof, and 
dp wbnt may be necessary 
to protect Us teterest te 
tUssmt. 

A copy-Teste: JiAn V. 
Fentress' 

By: Pntti A. Keenehan, De- 
nil^ Clerk 
Tbcmaas F. Bete, Jr. 
PeoArdke One-Suite 525 
Vlrgtnte Beach, Va. 
23462 

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ORDER 
Virginte: te tte Clerk's 
Office of the circuit court 
of the City of Virginte 
Beach, on tee 16 day of 
March, 1977. 
te re: Aoption of Kelly 
Kristiae Loughran 
By: Carl Wajme Duncan 
PetitioBera 
To: James Terrance 
Loughran 
18^1 PoRi Street 
Alameda, Californte 
94501 

te Chancery 

C-77-272 
Tbte day came Carl 
Wayne Duncan aad Martha 
GaU Duncan, Petitioners, 
and represepted that tee 
object of this proce«ling 
is to effect the adoption 
of the above named te - 
fant, KeUy Kristine Lough- 
ran, by Carl Wape Dun- 
can aad Martha GaU Dun- 
can, huslmd and idf@, and 
affidavit havteg be^made 
aad fifed tbitfebru&y 2^ 
1977, a natnral pnrent of 
said child, te anoa-resi- 
dent (rf tee Stete of Virginte 
the last known post office 
address bdng: 1861 Poggi 
Street. Alametta, CaU- T; 
fornte 94501 It te there-> 
fore Ordered that the said 
James Terrance Lough - 
ran appMir before this 
Court witUn tm (10) days 
after piAlication of this 
Order and indicate his at- 
titude toward tbe propos- 
ed adqitiOB, or oUierirtse 
do idmt te TOcessary to 
protect Us interest te this 
ma^r. 

A copy teste: J(4m V: 
Feirtress, Clerk 
By: P^ A. Ke^ehanD.C. 
Donal H. Rhodes 
228 M. Lymdaven Rd. 
Vir^nte Beach. Va, 

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PUBUC NOTICE 
NotlM te ber^ givra that 
BayelM Civie L^pie, fo- 
cOTporated ^peos^^ w 
mai^raance dredge 800 
cidbie yards of State^own- 
ed bottom tnm BaycUff 
Caittl at Brawl Bay, Vir- 
glate Bea(^, Virgidbi. 
WrtttM animate or te- 
quiries should be made to 
tin Marine Resources 
CommlMion, P.O. Ben 756 
Nein»rt News, Virginte 
23607 by March 30, 1977 

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ORDER 
Virginte: te the Clei^'s 
<XRt» of the Circuit 0»rt 
of tbe City of Virginte 
Beach, OB tbe IMh Day id 
Marcb, 1977. 

ta re: Adopttm of Daniel 
lister MmiMB 
1^: Lester AUan WUtte 
Petttioeera 

To: FUbori Ivan Munsn 
OUMHslKreM 
SOiMgate, QOifornte 

teCbaaeery 

•C-77.W7 
Ute «iy eame'L»ter 
AUaalUtfsaadMargar^ 
M. WUtts, Mlftiiers,aad 
repra^aM AM te« «^jBct ■ 
of lUs ^oeeetfig te to 
effect tte .adopHm tf flm 
abova named Mtet, S^uM 
Utitu IbiMa. hyl4^ 
Atttai ViWaaadtte^rM 
M. W^,teM»«Mn4«lfe 
atl^BdMtlm 
made aid fikdteiM 

Iran I^Hoa, a 

paresl of tm (Md, te a 
um^rmMmi oi the S^ 
^ ^^^f^*^ lait tarn 

mm» mm, fciMgntt^ 

Qtftor^ lttett«nte« 
ONwed mt tie «M 
IMcrt iMiltaMoamear 
b^re ma XkaH wb^ 
t^(in<teystfhrpiMtea- 
nm of Ada 0Mlir m^it- 
tteate ttsatttaietonrd 



tto pn^imed Mtq^ion, or 
bOwrwise do wUit te nec- 
essary to protect his te- 
terest te tUs matter. 
A co^ t^e: 3o^ V. 
Fentress, Cteit 
By: Patti A. KeenrtaBD.C. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATIOM 

to the Clerk's CMttee of 

the CircnttCourtofteeCity 

of Virgtete Beach, VA. on 

the lite day of March, 

1977. 

Marnette S. Heate, 

Platetiff, 

Hottest 

James M. Heate, 

Defendant. 

Tbe <AJect of tbte suit 
is to obtate a ditnMH% a 
vtecufo nmtrimoidi from 
tbe said (teteutei^ ^wn 
the grooads of one year 
sepiratiOB (20-91 (9) of 
tbe Code of Virginte of 19S0 
as amended) 

And an alfitkvit havteg 
beat made and fUed that 
the defendant U a non-re- 
sident of tee Stete of Vlr- 
gtete, the test known pent 
office addrtts being: Box 
8026, Pope Air Force Base, 
FayetteviUe, Norte Caro- 
lina it te ordered that be 
do ^year here witein ten 

ilO) days after due pnb- 
(cation Iwreat, aaddovdiat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tea ^s interest te tbte 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JtAn V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeneimn D. 

Clerk 

Stuart R. Hays 

bdian River Professional 

Rlflip 

4310 East Indian River Rd. 
Cbesapeake, VA 23325 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

te the Cleric's Office of tbe 

Cireuit Court of the City 

of Virginte Beach, VA.. 

on tbe 16th dayofMareb, 

197r. y.^^C..--■ 

Reite CUfiioo IQbtpatrick, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Terry Lablanc Kiiiqiatrick 

DeteKtant. 

Tbe object of tUs suit 
te to obtate a divmrce a 
vincuto matrimonii from 
tee said defttdant, vpon 
the grounds of one year's 
separation. 

And an affidavit bavteg 
bera ffl«te and file* teat 
tbe ^iendant is a nof -re- 
si^eUof ttw Stete of Vir- 
gil^, the last kaoim post 
(rffiee address b^: 7337 
Independence Avenue, #30 
Cauoga Parte, Calffwnte it 
te ordered that she do up- 
put here withte toi (10) 
days after dne publication 
lwreaf,.and do what nuybe 
necMsary to protect ter 
intmrest te tids suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Feirtress 

By Pattt A. Keendian De- 
puty Clerk 

Taliaferro and Pennington 
Suite 704. Board of Trade 
Bldg. 

804 East Plume Steeet 
Hortolk, VA fSSlO 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b the Clerk's cmce of the 

Cireutt Court (tf tte City 

of Virginte Bea(^, VA., 

(m tee 9tb (tey of Mareh, 

!977. 

Roy D. Akera, 

PlaiiMff, 

agatest 

June Rae Akera, 

D^MiteBt. 

Tte ol^eet ot tete suit 
te to (Main a dtiwr^ n 
mmmi et teiat) to te la^ 
merged, qpn proper ap- 
plicatioB, into a 4ttvon% 
a viaodo aatrtnMiatt Ircmi 
tte said defeadiat, upoa 

tte gTMBlll tf^MffttOB. 

Aad 8B iffliMklavteg 
bees mate aad filed teat 
tee drfeamrt tea aoa-re- 
sideatsf teeStiMefVir- 
t^t, tee bM Jtawm pest 
.o»m tfdrMM^^: Souie 
#1. Bn 191, ltt7«ua»* 
maa, Ihwtt Cardlna 27817 
it te ofdnad ^ ^ do 
a||H|r Wum vWdi ^ (10) 
dQW aitH"AM 
iMietf, nd doiM i^lM 
aaeMsary to prated bMr 

mmAkmatm, 



^f: ft^4.Kecnehan,D.C. 
jMstLBart 
l^LasUiRoad 
Vinlata BaaA. Va. 

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, m Um 9te diy of March, 
1977. 

8«}tt Alan &tlmoo, 
Platetiff, 
aga^t 

Doma Lee Minard 
Salmm, 
Defendairt. 

Tte object (tf tete suit 
te to oMate a div(H%e a 
mensa et tbmro teom tte 
ttld detem^, upon tte 
grounds Id (feseiiion. 

And u affidavit baring 
been made add filed teat 
tte dtfemtent te a non-re- 
sideift of fim ^te of Vir- 
ginte, tee last known post 
office address beteg: 27 
Parker Road, Scituate, 
Mass. it te ordered teat ^ 
she (to appear tere withte 
ten (10) days after due 
pid>Uc4ti0n tereof, and do 
wtet may te necessary to 
protect ter iniere^ tethte 
sutt. 

A copy-Teste: J<*n V. 
Fentress 

By: PattiA.Keenehan,D.C. 
Stanford R. Peerless 
360S Sea Horse Way 
Virginte Beach, VA 
23452 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
ta tee Clerk's Office of 
tee Circuit Court of tte 
City of Virginte Beacb.VA. 
on tee 8te day of Mareh, 
1977. 

Jacqueline Marie Hu^s, 

plainUfl, 

against 

WUliam Loute Hughes, 

Defmntent. 

Tte object of tbte suit 
is to olbtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the nid defMidant. iqwn 
tte grounds oi cme year 
separation pursuant to sec- 
timi 20-91 (9) of tte code 
of Virginte, 1950, as 
amended. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tee defendant tealMo-re- 
sident of tte State of Vix-. 
ginta, fiw UM known post 
office address being: Route 
4, Boil 171. Festus. Mtes- 
buri it te ordered teat te 
do appear tere Vitete ten 
(10) days afterdwpid>Uca- 
ticm tere<rf, and do vdiat 
may te necessary tirpM^ 
tetet Ms interest te tUs 
suit. 

A copy-Tmto: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: PattiA.Kemiehan.D.C. 
Poston 4 Mercer 
6210 Pardue Court 
Virginte Beach. VA 
23462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

te tte Cleric's Office oi 

tte Circuit Court of tte 

CityofinrginteBeaeb,VA. 

on tee-8te day of Mareh, 

1977. 

ffintoB Lee Cox, 

Platetiff. 

aptest 

ftggy Ann Carver Cox, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of tUs suit 
te to Obtate a #vorce a 
vincuto matrimoUi ftrom 
tte said deftadaat, jipon 
tte grounds of one year 
sqmra^m. 

And an affidavit tevteg 
bemi made and fUed ttet 
tte defbadant te a noa-re- 
sident of tte Stete of Vir- 
ginte. tte test known post 
office address being: 1648 
W 208te Stre^, TmrroMe. 
CaUfornte, 90501 tt te or- 
dered Qttt ste do wear 
tere withte ten (10) days 
after due paWratkn tere- 
of. nd do triiat may te ne- 
cesmry to ^otect her te- 
terest te Ms salt. 
A eovf'tm^i J<dm V. 
FortTMS 

By:PrtttA.Keeaehaa.D.C. 
Jam«i A. Gorry, ID 
P.O. Bos 08 
Vlrgtete Beach, Va. 234S1 

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GRDm OF PUBUCATKM 

te tte Cleft's (Wee oi 

tte Cirratt Qemi «Ltt^ 

Ctty of Vlf^a Bea^rrA. 

OI tte 9tt day If Mu^ 

1977. 

David D. Cte^an, 

n^itiff. 

a^ta^ 



M|rtHJ.< 



oamMww^mMAnm 

testes Owfc'a iMOte of tte 
fd VttiMte Wmk, ik.. 



Tte M^rt or ttSs sirit 
te to flbtete a ttirn^ a 
vteMto m^te^ii ^om 
Vm safal di^wdMrt, noa 
OM grMaM «f dMMttOB. 

Md aa a^avtt lai^ 
bMKilM^idi |MI#M^ 
tta MMkiul Is a aiB>»- 
sMiMof finite of Vte- 
gMkf ttt teit tanA pM, 
^Sm adbww betar: 1^ 



Fenkell Avwue, Betroit, 
Michi^. 48227 it is or- 
dered that stedoappMr 
tere withte ten (10) dsys 
aftor#M» pddl(giM0H tere- 
(rf, and do wtet may te 
necMsary to protect ter 
interest te teis suit. 
A cw-Teste: ^<^ ^• 

F<HltI^SS 

BY: Patfi A. Keei^n, De- 
p^ Clerk. 
WUUam F. Burnside 
P.O. Bmt 1062 
Virginte Beach, VA 
23451 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

te tte awk's Of^i^of 

tte CU-cuit. Court of me 

City (rf Virginia Beacb.VA. 

on tte lite day of Mirch, 

1977. 

Raady Gl^ WoKer, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

April Lynn Wolter, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of this suit 
te to (^rtate 4 (fivorce a 
vtecuto matrimonU from 
tee said defendmit, upon tte 
grmmds of ooe year s^ 
aratira. 

ka^ an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tee def«idant is a no6-re- 
sident (tf tte Stete of Vir- 
ginte, tte last known post 
office address te^: 8510 
Anateim N. E.. Albiu^er- 
que. New Mexico, 87118 it 
te ordered ttet ste do 
appear tere witein ten (10) 
days after dne piddication 
tereof, and do v^t mayte 
necessary to prote<^ ter 
intereirt te thte suit. 
A copy-Teste: Jdm V. 
Fentress 
By: Patti A. Keenduu, De- 

Bty, Clerit. 
diard F. HoUwtey 
Suite 211, Pembrote Four 
Pembrote Office Parte 
Virginte Beach, YA 
28462 

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ifii 



-ei 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

te tee Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Viri^nte Bm<A. va.. on 

tte 7te day of Mareh, 1977 

Teresa A. Newtern, 

Plaintiff, 

^^test 

Oterles L. Newtern, 

D^Hidant. 

Tte. object of teis suit 
te to oti^te a divorce a 
mama et thoro^^from tte 
said defendant, uptm tte 
grooads ol constructive de- 
sertfon. ' 

And an affidavit teving 
be«i made and lUed teat 
tte defendtot te a m»-re- 
sklcffltoftee Stete of Vir- 
0nte, tee \kA known post 
office address beii^: P.O. 
B(tt 145, PoweUs Palot, 
N.C., 27966 if te Or«»red 
ttet te do an^ tere with- 
te ten (10) days after du# 
pubUcaticn tereof, and do 
itot may te necessary to 
protect his teterest te this 
suit. 

A aw-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: PattiA.Keeneten,D.C. 
Qeric 

Ronald H. Maries 
808 Plana One 
P.O. Box 3302 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 , . 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION, 
te tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Cireuit Court of tte City 
of Virginte VmA, Va.. on 
tte 4te day (rf March, 1977. 
Lorts ^Iward Tayl^.r — 
Platetiff, 
i^ainttt 

Beatrice P. Taytor, 
« DeiNdant. 

Hn AJect <d this suit' 
te to olrtate a divoree a, 
menn et ttero to te mer-^ 
ged ^> t dttjmree a vittT^ 
ento ButriiMmil frcm tte 
saM Mw^^ upoa tte 
gromte ^ilMM^. . . 

And an afbaavlt^viw 
baea m«ds mA fi^that 
tte M/hnMsi te a aon-re- 

sidert oi tee^te of Vlr^ 
i^te, tte lairt kiMn poiA 
ofttM ad^ww teriag:, 18P ^ 
FwestniM>lte^wter, ^ 
Coaa., mm M iiT MMfed 
tttf ake 4b mmk JN» 
wMblan negater 
due priiUcatltfMlM, and 
da iHart mayteMWMtary 
to pr^rt her i||^r^ te 
aOs mitt. 

A c^f-Tistei^ Mm Vi- 
Fm^tmn 

^r: ^ffiA.rssaiten,D.C. 
IMmg 4 CMM0MI 
SMRtwMnltoHl 
VirtfUa BtM*. VA 28^. 

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Vlrflola tauA tai, Mtrek O, 1M7 - A-1 



I Vi'.'.b'WiA yi-,ACU ON T; 



<JUATTRONE 
190 ittewart Street 

WeH' W»et Vlnrlnia Z4801 

and 



>'i CdfOluu 27253 

I'.BOHAU GATES JONES 
Viiigli^ Avenue 
■Wekb; West Virginia 24801, 

Y NO C77-245 

ma gDjL'Ci of this suit is to partition in one of the 

motes p£iescribed by lav certain real estate situated 

ia H^V^ <>' Virginia Beaeb, Virginia of whicb John 

G.it«rlue sometimes known as Joiin Geczi) died, 

td possessed and described as follows: 

that certain tract, piece or parcel of land, 

uated in Bladcvater Magisterial District in 
the City of VirginU Beach, in the State ,of Vir- 
ginia containing fifty (50) acres, more or less, 
being a part of Subdirision "F", of the plat of the 
Hillary E. Simmons land, duly of record in the 
Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of Virginia 
Beach, in Map Book 2, page Z3, and bounded and 
described as follows: 

Beginning at the Southeast comer of the land 
conveyed by Mike Holcier and wife to John Vay- 
dOTics, by deed dated April 8, 1914, and duly 
recorded in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court 
of Virginia Beach, Virginia in Deed Book 93, 
page 219, and running thence along the Eastern 
line of said John Vaydovics N. 2 degrees E. 
4888.0 feet, crossing, the road in common through 
the said Simmons tract, to a stake in the line 
/ of the land now or formerly Ives; thence along 
the land now or formerly Ives N. 57 decrees 51' 



E. 70.0 feet to a sweet gum, N. 42 degrees 51' 
E. 184.8 feet to a sweet gum, head of branch, 
N. 36 degrees 21' E. 161.7 feet to an elm, N. 
33 degt^s 06' E. 130.7 feet to a black gum, N. 
28 degrees 51 feet E. 141.2 feet to an ash, N. 
4 degrees 36' £. 140.6 feet to an ash, N. 7 de- 
grees 51' E. 10?-.00 feet to an ash. and N. 40 de- 
grees 06' E. 35.1 feet to a stake in the line of 
the land conveyed bjr Mike Holczer and wife to 
Frank Lnkflcs by deed dated June 24, 1914; thence 
along the said land of Frank Lnkacs S. 2 degrees 
28' W- 5672.0 feet, recrossing the sdd road in 
common, to the land of Etel Karaly (formerly 
Ansell); and thence along the land of Etel Karaly 
S. 87 degrees 51' W. 430 feet to the point of be- 
ginning. 

And it appearing from Affidavit in due from of 
lav now filed that the below named defendants are not 
residfentB of the State of Virginia and that there last 
known yast office addresses are as follows: 



'tpn* T^r! •'!» R' '1,1 



Mrs. Catherine QwjKrqie ' 
190 Stewart StreeC^ '^'' 
Welch, West Virgfiiia 24^1*^ 

Mrs. Linda Crouch 

21 Crescent Drive 

Graham, North Carolina 27253 

Mrs. Deborah Gates Johns 

Virginia Avemie 

Welch, West Virginia 24801 



Upon consideration whereof, it is hereby 
ORDERED that the said Catherine Qnattrone, Linda 
Crouch, and D^wrah Gates Johns do appjeaf here within 
tea (10) days after due publication of this Order and do 
what is necessary to protect their respective interest 
herein, and it is further Ordered that tbis Order be 
IWbl)shed in the Virginia Beach Sun— News once a vetk 
Idxvfoar (4) consecutive weeks. 

KELLAM, PICKRELL A LAWLER 

(Joseph J. Lawler) 

102Q first It Merchants National 

BfnV building 

Norfolk, Vinglnia 23510 

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ORDER 
VIRQINIA: IN THE 
. CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcarr cour of the 

cny of VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 4TH DAY OF 
MARCH, 1977. 
In re: Adoption of Leigh 

Anne Jennings 

By: Ernest H. Bowman, 

Jr. vH Peggy I, Bowman 

Petitldiiers 

To; Charles D. Looney 

California 

In Chancery 

#C-77-202 
This day came Ernest H. 
Bowman, Jr. and Peggy I. 
Bowman, Petitioners, and 
niiresented that the object 
(ff tiiis proceedipg is to ef- 
fect the adaption of the 
above named infant (s), 
Lejgh Anne Jennings, by 
SraMt H. Bowman, Jr. and 
rjiifi I. Bowman, husband 
aM^^.aodiilldavtthav- 
tairMlta madeaad filed that 
ttUlH D. Looney, a na- 
Uini parent of said child 
i« ■ a noB-resident of the 
SUte at Virginia, fUe last 
^^ kHnmluit office address 
WttC:' (Knewhere in Cali- 
iMH'-^ Is tberefbre Or- 
dietta m the said Charles 
0. Lotf&v appear befbre 



Byt J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 

Ste£Bgold,ae^Ui^iaA 

Priedouui 

1119 lAtted Virginia Bask 

ft^dfi« 

Iterfolk, Virginia 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Ikm Clerk's (mm of tte 
Oi^t CcNOl ^ tte City 
of Virgitfa Auch, Vs.. on 
tto 3rd da; of March, 1977. 
CaroU Gibsw Sntth, 
MainB«, 
i^dnst 

Gewite^ltcm Smith, 
uefeBflaM. 

The object of ttis sdt is 
to <A^ain a ittiraTce a m- 
caU> fnMboBii from ibe 
aU d^^ittaot, qMB ^ 
grounds of separation for 
more than one year. 

And an. affidavit having 
been . made and filed that 
the diefendant is a noo-re- 
sldent of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1921 

Highway 80 West, Jackson, 
Mississippi it is ordered 
that He do appear here 

within ten (10) days after 

'"" ""^'--atioo hereof, and 

ay be necessary 

pi Qtect his interest in 

is suit, 

A copy-Teste; John V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A.Keenehan,D.C. 
VUnmW WfcMnw 






Beach Public Notices 



ORDEr 

i'LERK'S OF THE 

CIRCUIT \.wiu. OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 2Nr - ■■ OF 
MARCH, 1977 
In re: Adoption of Kim- 
berly Frances Wheeler and > 
Change of nametoKimberly 
Frances Brown 
By: Ivey Nelson Brown & 
Cawlya WreMi Brown, 
fttitlMttrs 
To: KeByon Bart«i 
Wh^tf^ 

4KW E, 3rd Avenue^^ Box 48 
Red ^ri^s, North Caro- 
lina 28377 

IttClamcery 
C-77-235 
This day owe Iw^ Ne3- 
scm Bron ami Carpljm 
Wr^ Brofn, Miticwers, 
and i%i>n»eiBted ^t the 
(&Ject ol tUs proMNoUqrls 
\» efte<^ ^ adpiftion al^ 
above named i^att jQm- 
berly Frances Wlfcder, by 
Ivey Nelstm Brown and 
Carolyn Wfenn Brown, 
Imsband and wife, and af^ 
fidavtt having be^ jnade 
nd filed that Xj»y«on fiar- 
t(nWheeta<, anateralpnr- 
ent of said child, is a 
non-resident at the State 
of Virg^ tteMit^iabm 
post (Mce address being;: 
ttO E 3rd Avenoe, Box 
48, Red Springs, ltaryi» 
Carolina 28377 It {^there- 
fore Ordered that the nU 
Krayon Barton Wheeteri^ 
pear before this ^wrt 
wttUh tea (10) da^ Oha 
pidiilicatioii ol Oris OMiw 
and indicate Us sttiMe 
toward the propoMd adop- 
tion, or othenriM do vtat' 
is neeessary to praieet Us 
intemt In IMS mattor. 
A co|iy teste: Jdm V. 
Fratress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. KeoMAan 
An(^<my F. Radd 
1240 Virginia National 
Baiyt Bnilimig 
Norfolk. Virginia 23S10 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: M THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CmCUIT COURT OF THE 

cmr OF v^miABEAc»t/i 

ON 'TttS«^3B!Kt Ot^'O^ 
MARCH, 19TI 
In re: AG|iti(» of Jefli'ey 
Dale Miller, an infant 
By: Robert Carl ViiAl and 
Barbara Lee PritehettMii- 
lec Cralmore Viidil 
P^ttoners 

To:. Mr. Alfred Dale MU- 
■ler. ; ■ 

2006 Washington Aviliue . 
Des Moin«t, loi«n 

inCham^ry 
#77-267, , , 
This day came Rohpt 
C«-l YUM and Barbara 
Lee Prit(^iett MiUerCran- 
mbre incAl, Petitioners, 
aaS re^esinrted tint the 
obje^ dr this ^oceedisgis 
to effect fhef adqptlott :0f 
thie idtove named ^tfftnt, 
Jefl^y PaleMiUeit,JbyJto^ 
bert Carl VioU and Bar- 
bara Lee Pri^^^ Miller 
Cruimora yuM, husband 
wife, and affictevit haying 
been nuute and fil(|d>|hat 
Alired Dale MiUer, a n^- 
taral'poir^it of^sattl cbm, . 
is a nra-resideirt 9f ^ 
StiMe irf Virginia, the isst 
known p(^ aKi^< address 
beii%:2006Wa^i«ton 
Avemie, Des Moines, Iowa 
It is therefare CXcdered 
that the saU AUred Dale 
Miller appear before this 
Cowt within ten (10) days 
after pddicatioa of ^ 
CMfer and inficateliisy^er 
att^Ae Urtnrd t)» pro- 
piakA wfoption, or otter- 
wise do whit is nec^Mry 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 

A dvy teste: J<*n V. 
F«itress, Clerk 
By: Patti A, Ke»ehanD.C. 

mtsm nan One 
Iforfelk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATIOOf 

^BOnOA: 

b ^ Cireitt C(wrt (tf the 

aty of Virginia ^ch on 

the 2*1 aif of Ihwh, 1977 

TlMMas JiMnt Drewett, 

CmqAalttuA, 

V. 

Kay Collier Drewett, 

Resooodeot. 

In Chancery No. C-77-73 

THIS CAUSE came on 
this <toy to be heard on the 
Affidavit of James R. Mc- 
Keory, counsel for the 
Complainant; and the mat- 
ter was argued^by counsel. 

IT APPEARING TO THE 
COURT that Kay Collier 
Drewett, wboser last known 
post office addrewt was 
4609 Austin Lane. Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, doA not 
reside in the Common • 
wealth of VirginU; and 

IT FURTHER APPEAR- 
ING TO THE COURT that 
m acti<» tor 4be trau^ 
tf hM im^wrty tif m^ 
#a MnmisiiaMr M' 
^m Med; tt Is, tter 
toft. 



Resppnder Collier 

Drewet^app(.'•.tI i-'t^igre this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after due puldicattonof this 
Order and answer the com- 
plaint or state grounds of 
of defense thereto, or 
otherwise do what is ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terests herein; and it is 
further. ■' 

ADJUDGEDf OWERED 
AND DECREED ttttt tUs 
Ckrder be pWished In the 
VirgUa Bm^ SOBi a 
riews^per havii^ general 
drculoUon in the Virginia 
^ch area for a p^od 
qA one (1) time> each week 
for ionr (4) consecutive 
wecics. 
ENTER: 

H.L. Lam, Ju(^e 
A ct^y-teste; John V. 
Fenti^ss 

James RMcKenry 
Beach Towers 
3330 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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ORDJER OF PUBLICATK)N 
In the (Clerk's Office of the 
Crreuit Court of the City 
of Vixi^inia Beach, VA, (m 
tte 28th day df Felxniary^ 
1877. 

Garland Cody, 
Plaintifl. 
against 

LilUe Wayne Cody, 
' D^endant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 



vinculo matrikonii ft:t>m 
tlML said defendant^ «4xin 
the grounds of me year 
seiMiration. . ; 

And an affidavit having 
been mi^eai^ filed that the 
defendant is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last lawwn post office 



address being: Bok l63 
Someraet, Texas, 23452 it 
Is ordered that she do ap- 
pear here within ten (10). 
d«&;iHfT' il»^Mi(»fida' 
befM, un do What mi^ . 
be UMesi^ry to prote<^ 
tter interest in this suit. 
A C(¥y-Teste: J(An V. 

By: PattIA.Keenehan,D.C. 
Calvin H. Childress 
SdtelOl 
533 Newfowi JEdad 
I Virgihia Beach, VA 23462 



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0RDE51 OF PUBUCATTON 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, tm 

the: 28th day of February, 

1977. 

Lather Earl Ives, Jr., 

Plaintiff, 

i^nst 

RdMn Lynn Ives, 

Defendant. 

The dtje^ol this suit 
is to otaUin a divorce a 
mensa et thord to be later 
merged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimdUi fittan 
Ubb said defcffldent, i$on 
the grcrands ol desertion. 

And an affidavft having 
be«i made and filed that 
the,:defendant is a non-re- 
siiient of tiie State of Vir- 
giida, the last known post 
office address beii%: 90 
Cr«st«ood Drive, Mobres- 
viUe, Indiana, 46158 it is 
ocdered Hot she do ^pp^r 
here witttaa t^ (lO) days 
aMer4im patOicawm here-' 
of, and (ki:wtiat may JM m- 
cessarv to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A cofqr-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: piMiA.Keenehan,D.C. 
Theodore A. Boyce 
ISO^N. Plasa Trail 
Vitfinia B^iieh, VA 23452 

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ORDQt OF PISLICATK3N 

m ^ QerTs Gtoce ^ tiw 

Circuit Cowt MtteCi^ 

(rf Virginia B^ch, VA, m 

Ute 28th ^j of February, 

1977^ 

Carol Jean Streckfus Ken- 

ser, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Fred Wayne Kenser, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii ' from 
the said defendant, iq)on the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Mor- 
ley, Missouri it is order- 
ed ttM he to uvmif tore 
wl^ In ao}^^ after 
dn pMMina MHNirf, ud 

pi otaBwlMmc m 

thissuir 



A CQpy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: PattlA.Keenehan.D.C. 

Tidewater Legal Aid 

Society 

147 Granby Street, Office 

350 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Oi Clerk's Office of the 

Ciituit Cwrt of tte City 

of Viahgii^ Beach, VA., on 

tte 28th day of February, 

1977. 

Maiipuret Marie Mason 

Long, 

Plalirtiff, 

against 

James Long, 

Def«Mlant. 

Th(e (4>Ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said def^idant, upon 
the grounds (^ one y^ir 
septration. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed that 
Ihe defendant is a non-Ye- 
sid«it of the State of Vir- 
gfiaia, the last known post 
i^tee address being: New 
YaA State it is ordered 
Uat he do t^ppear here with- 
in tra (10) dajRS after due 
/ publicatitm hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
lirotect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Pam A. Keenehan, D.C. 
The Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street; Office 
350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, VA, 

on the28thday of February, 

1977. 

Katberine Jo McDaniel 

Young, 

Plaintiff. 

agaiiot 

■ Lud^sBi^YOttlg^Jvi-i >if:^Ti 
Deffeiltet; " ' ■ - 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 

. vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
ttie grounds of one year 
SQMuration. 

. And an affidavit having 
be«a made and ffied that 
tbeMlefendaM is a non-re- 
sident at file State of Vir- 
gil^, the last known post 
offtee address being: 
Swtrtz Creek, Michigan it 
is ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
ni^essary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste:, John V. 
Fortress 

Patti A. Keenehan 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Gianby Street, Office 
350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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OffiER OF PUBUCATldN 

In file Oerk's Office of the 

Qrcuit Court of the City of 

Virginia Beach, oa the 7th 

day of March, 1977. 

Adelaioa M. Valer, 

Plaintifir, 

against 

Pedro M. Valer, 

Defendant. 

Tlie object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vincub) natrimonfi from 
the saki dtfoidant upon the 
grounds d s^panfion in 
ex^ss of cne year. " 

And iD affidavit Mviag 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a mn-re- 
sidrat of ttie Stat6 of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: TviA- 
pm, BdMl, PhilipiKBes. it 
is (»der«d tlat m do 4>- 
pnr here vri^n ten (10) 
days after doe publicaticm 
here<rf, and do i^t may t» 
necesary tofwotect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A «>py-T«te: John V. 
Fertress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit D^uty 
Clerk 

Arttur C. Erin1i<A 
210 Atlantic National Bairic 
Mldtag 
Norfolk, Virgb^ 

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WDflft 
Yiffitttt: In m Cleric's 
(Wet (rf the Cir^t Cwrt 
^ tte City of Viffl^ 
Bm^ w tte ttth <&y <tf 
F^MWy. 1977. 
to re: Mot^b^ <C^StevM 
ArttBt ^ 

«l li^ to 
Hd^r 



By: J<^ Holster and Brw- 

daJ.Holster 

PtMtmrM 

To: Aftfar T. &WiS(W^r 

and IMrd Street, P.O. Box 

50. Wa^tfngtoBvUle, Pa. 

178« 

InCtencery 

e-77-133 
Ti» day came John 
Holster and Bi^nda J. Hol- 
ster. Pettttonen, and re- 
preseated that tte object 
a a^ ^oceedl^; Is to ef- 
fect the aijk^j^iim of .the 
lAKmt named idiMt, Stelven 
Artiiur iaxtt, i^ JotoBol- 
stier be«D m»ie and ffied 
that Arthur T. Banks, a 
uttund par«it of saidddU 
(ren), U a noo^-resIdeBt of 
the State of VirginiK, the 
last known post office add- 
ress being: Water and 
Third Street, P.O. Box 58, 
WasUlngUmville, Pemisy - 
Ivania 17884 It is there- 
fore Ordered ttet fiie said 
Arthur T. Bai^ iw^ar 
before fills Court within tM 
(10) days after pobUcatUm 
of fills Order and Indicate 
his attitwte towardfiiepro- 
posed adoiAion, (n* ottier- 
wise do wittiis necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 

A copy teste: J<An V. 
F«itress, Clerk 
Umliam L. Peitins, m 
Find A Merdiaots Nat'l 
BankBldg. 
P.O.Baz3291 
Norfbtt, VA 23514 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
MAR, 4. 1977 

Re: Estate of Hugh E, 
Owens, Sr., deceased. 
SHOW CAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTIOiN 
CP#4448 

ft appearing that a re- 
pprt of fiffi accounts of Uni- 
ted Virgihia Bank/Sea - 
board Nattcmal, NorfoU, 
Virginia. Personal R^re- 
sentative of Uie Estate of 
Hofh E. Owens. Sr., de- 
ceased, and of U^ debts 
aim i^ih&d9^ liiddst' h^ ' 
Estate has b^ fifed in 
file Clerk's Office of fills 
Court, and fiiat six months 
have elapsed since the qua- 
Uficatioo, on mOUon of fiie 
personal representafive: 
IT IS ORDERED fiat file 
creditors of, and all others 
interested in, the Estetedo 
show catis(», if any'they 
can, on the 24th day of 
March, 1977, at 9:00 o' 
clock a.m. , before ii^ 
Court at its courtroom, 
against the payment and 
delivery of the Estate of 
Hugh E. Ow^is, Sr., de- 
ceased, to the Legatees 
without requiring refund- 
ing bonds. 

TT ISFURTHERORDER- 
ED that file foregoing por- 
tion of this ORDER be pub- 
lished once a we^ for two 
successive we^s in the 
Virginia Beach Sun. a 
nev^spaper having general 
circulatton in the City of 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
ENTER: This 4 day 
of March, 1977. 
A cop y T^e: John V. 
Fentress. Cleit 
William Drinkwater 
Ansell and Driidnnter 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Vincinia Beach, Virginia 
23452 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN -raE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CmCUrt* COURT OF THE 

crnr of VIrginu beach 

cm THE 9TH DAY OF 

MARCH, 1977. 

In ]%: Adoptiw of Charles 

Glen Wykle 

By: WUUam V. Lassen 

and Beverly S. Lassen, 

Pettfioners 

To: Vance Wjrtcle 

23(»^bleyCQaFt 

Virginia Bndi. Virginia 

laChsMery 

«C77-S0t 
This day cane Wlliam 
V. Lassra and,Beverly S. 
Lasan, Petttloners, and 
r^Msented tbiU die <^- 
Ject <tf this proceeding is 
to ^fect tte adcytton (dfiie 
tixif€ named Infiutt, Clar- 
ies Glen Wykle, fef WU- 
liau Y. Lasiettatf Bever- 
ly S. Las^t, httdlMmd mA 
wife, and afiMivtf iMViijg 
bew mMie aad fOMd tM 
VanM WyUe. a natntl 
puwt otakl child.isa 
aM-r«sldeiit a fiie »Me 
(^ Vt7^,tkelastlaie«B 
post oiB(^«|tot»lM^ 

^na ootci, Tiztttu. 

ft U ttiMtt%Ttoitei«d 
Uiat Oe said Vaneel^ri^ 
^etr b^i% ttds Ckwrt 
wttUn ta(lO) da^ tfter 
pri^atton <tf ttU (mn 
and totf^ Us 
teivnrd fiw 
ttMi, at sMttrvlat to 
is MOMMiy to yniMMs 
Mer^ fa thts mater. 



A eo^ teste: JoUi V. 

Fentress, Cleit 

Byr PaM A. KeM^anD.C. 

StMit L. Mactaaa 

SteiiifiAd, Sttii«oid & 

Nutaian 

llt« Untted Virginia Bank 

BulMlng 

Norfolk, VirginU 23514 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Uie Cleric's Office at the 

Cireuit Court of the City 

a Vligftiia BMCh, Va., on 

tte ^day of March, 1977. 

Calvin Stanley Scott, Jr. . 

Plalnfiff, 

against 

WaAci Ann SoAt, 

Defendant. 

llie object (rf this suft is 
to otrtafii a divorce a men- 
sa et Ihoro to be later 
qierged into a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii iqxm 
proper appUcatioo and at 
proper time from the said 
defendant, upon the gtDunds 
of deserfion. 

iUid an affidavit having 
been mato and fHed that the 
defmdant is a noo-residMt 
of the State of Virginia, fiie 
last Imown post office add- 
ress being: c/o Monica Me- 
yers, 290 Avant Drive, Ha- 

zelwood, Missouri, 63143 
it is ordered that she to 
appear here within tOi (10) 
diys after due publicatkn 
hereof, and to what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A C(vy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan. D.C. 
Gav E. Milius, Jr. 
524 Iiklqiendence Blvd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of file 

Circuit Court of Uie City 

Of Virginia Beach, Va., on 

the 2nd day ofMarch,^1977. 

Joyce C. Avery, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

William H. Avery, Jr., 

Defendant. 

•ni^nOble^.jPttMs suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendanttiqpon the 
grounds of one (1) year 
continuous separation (No- 
fault) Sectira 20-91 (a) (1) 
Code of VirginU, 1950. as 
amended. 

And an affidavft having 
been mad^ and ffied that 
the defendai^ is a ncm-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginU. the last known post 
office address being: Cpl. 
WUlUm H. Avery, Jr. , 328- 
50-2527, H 3/10 2nd Mar- 
Ue pivision, CampLeJune, 
North CaroUna 28540 tt is 
ordered that he to appimr 
here within toi (10) days 
after toe poblicatton liere- 
id, uid to what may be ne- 
cessary to protect his ten 
cessary to protect Us 
interest in tUs suit. 
A C(9y-Teste: J(An V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan D.C. 
Nattianiel J. Cohm 
P.O. Office Box 573 
3330 Pacific Avenue 
VtrglnU Beach, Va. 23451 

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ORDER 
VirginU: in fiie Cleric's 
office of the Circuit Court 
of tile City of VirginU 
Beach, on Uie 25th day of 
February, 1977. 
In re: Adoption of Terrt 
Janine . McCannon and 
Donna Denise McCanuA 
By: Ernest Rhodes Parker, 
Jr. and B1«mU Carol Grif- 
fin Parker ' 
Petitioners 

To: Oiarles Euel Mc- 
Cannon 
R.D. 3 
ICumapolis, Nprth Carina 

In Chancery 

#C-76-1245 
TUs day came Ernest 
Bhoim Paricer, Jr. aiKl 
Blenda Carol Griffin Par- 
ker, Petitioners, and re- 
presented th^ the ot^ect 
of Uiis proceetttBg is to 
effect the ad(^(n (rf the 
above named infant(s). 
Tern Janine McCMnonand 
DiMina DenUe McCanaon, 
by Ernest Rhodes Parker, 
Jr. ud Uento Carol (Mf- 
JU I^ricM-, ^sband and 
wife, ud affidavit having 
been mato and filed ttMit 
Charles E«el McCaMon. a 
natural parent of ^bHttld 
(ren), is a wsn-reittiKor 
the SUte of Virgin, the 
last known post lAce ato- 
re^ b^ag: RD. 3 Kanna- 
puis. Ita^ Car^u. tt 
is thertfve &e^tM4 ttMt 
tM mM muOmi WmA Me- 
CaaiMn ^ifMr Mtow-thU 
CMrt wttUB IM (10) «qrs 
after ^jUitatMi of tUi 
Order Mt UttMl 



A eo^ teste: J<Aa V. 
Fentress, Cleric 
Rob^ L. (tettwmw f 

245 First Colonial Road . 
VirginU Beach, VA 23454 '. 

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ORDER 
VIRGimA: m THE 
CLERK'S 0FFK:E of THE 
CBtCrar COURT OF THE 
CITY df VIRGINIA BEACH 
OH THE &id DAY OF 
MARCH, 1977. " 
h re: Adf^on (tf Lisa Lee 
CnamoTt, an inUnt 
By: Rdsert Carl VioU and 
Barbara Lee Pritchett Mil- 
ler Cranmore ViiAl, < 
Petitioners 

To: Mr Robert Michael 
Cranmore 

209 Hillt(9 Boulevael 
CUflwood Beach, Ninr 
Jersey 

InChanceiy 

#77-267 
TUs day came Robert 
Carl Ykm and Barbara 
Lee Pritchett MUler Cran- 
more VioU, Petitioners, 
and reives^ed that the 
object (rf tUs proceeding 
U to effect Uie adoi^on 
(g ^ aJaove named infknt 
Lisa Lee Cranmore. by 
Robert Carl VioUandBar- ^ 
bara Lee Pritchett Miller j 
Cranmore Vi(M, husband ^ 
and wife, aiid affitovithav- ^ 
ing been mato and filed that { 
Robert Midiati Cranmore, { 
a natural parent of saidj 
child, U a noo-resitont of , 
Uie Stole of VirginU, tiie' 
Ust known post office ato- 
ress being: 209 fHUtop . 
Boulevard, Cliff wood ) 
Bttch, New Jersey It U r 
therefore Ordered that the 
sai^ Robert MidiaelCran- 
mM>e appear before tUs .. 
Court wttUn ten (10) toys \ 
after publication of this Or- ^ 
tor and indicate Us atti- i 
tude toward the pn^sed 
adoption, or otherwise to \ 
what is necessary to pro- i 
tect Us Uterest in tUSt 
matter. » 

A copy teste: Jota V.^ 
F«itress, Clerk ; 

By: Patti A. KennehanD.C. ^ 
Sitoey Sacks 
Suite 508, Plasa One 
NorfMk.Va. 23510 -. 



VBS 3/9, VW» 3/23, J/M 

4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In Uie Cleric's Office of 

the CircUt Court of the 

City of VirginU Beach. VA. 

on the 11th toy of March 

1977. 

Susan Ann Eraser Gui^d. 

PlaUttff, 

against ^ 

Jtto Peter Gur^, ' » 

D^endant. ' 

The object of this suit ? 
is to obtaU a diVorce a ' 
vUculo matrimonU from > 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounto of one year 
sQparatlML ^ 

And an affitovit having 
been made and filed that 
the def«idant is a non-re- 
sid^ of the SUte oi Vir- 
ginU the last known post 
office address being: Col- 
orado it U ordered that he 
to appear here within ten 
(10) toys after due publica- 
tion hereof, and to what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect Us mterest in fids 
suit. 

A ccqjy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Ke«iehan,D.C. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

' 147 Graidiy Street 
'Snite350 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

VBS, 3/16. 3/23. 3/30, 4/6 



ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 

In file Cleric's (»fice of the 

Circuit Court of tiie City 

of VirginU Beach, Va., on 

file 2nd toy of March. 1977. 

Shefia L. Carrico Kink, 

PUintiff, 

apJnst 

Stqitoi &iward IQnk, 

Oefeodaat. 

The object (rf Uds sutt 
U to (Mate a divorce a 
vinctdo matrimonii fitMn 
Uie saki defendant, i^on 
file grounto of 1 ymrse- 
pandton (no-Unlt), Sec- 
tion tO-il (9) (a) Coto oi 
VirginU 1950. 

And »a afl&itt Imving 
bsM m»te aadfiledt^the 
ddeadait is anoa-r^idwt 
of the SUte of Vli^da, 
Qte last known p(»t office 
iittrtos being: e/o OnOd 
Wltott. Lonnto Road, 
MittOMS TraUer Park, 
OmsiA^, Pton^Nu^ tt 
U orto»d tint l%tojiir-. 

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be MKasttfy to pmtmi 
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Ottitnance conftiseir 



Everybody wants to be on toc^rciwaUc 



I Tht ^<*lein, as Vlittoia 
iBflaeh City Manaf er Georf e 
|L. Jiattl^ry sets It, U t^t 
I "eyerylKrty wiMrts to be on 
/ tte 1>oitni«»UE ud it just is 
• notwMemw^." 
I As a resaJt, he sttd, ped- 
estrian and iHcyclists have 
become intolerant of each 
otber. He suggested at an 
informal sessit^i of City 
^ouncil Monday ^ernoon 



tbat Council might want to 
coisldtfr banni^ th« \i^eof 
bicycles durii^ coi^ested 
periods. 

Hai^ry s«M that Virginia 
Beach pr^Mybly has t^ most 
oarroit btt^walfconthenst 
CMst and tkat the board- 
walk is the most used bike 
trail in the city, attracting 
200,000 bicyclists durihgthe 



An eight-foot bike path 
•djac^ to^ttotaW^Mtt is 
inctwied in the Capital Im- 
provement plans for 1980- 
81, be said. Council might 
also. wot to consider con- 
structii^ the patii sotmer. 
The path would cost abcMt 
1160,000 ROW, he said, coar* 
pared to ap|ut}j(imately$135, 
000 (adding fbr inflation) in 
1980-81. 



Some Dorfhern resorts 
^obibit JMcjwtaMidiiDgjto-r 
inf '^^"iSreargertods, Han- 
bury said, such asi the Four- 
th of July and Labor I^y. 

Vice Mayor Patrick h. 
Standing was concerned a^ 
bwt the^ach resitents wto 
like to ride bicycles on the 
bMirdwalk. Thebkycle rea- 
tal businesses may possibly 
si^er if restrictions were 



imposed, he acMed. 

Haiybiut said UMta}tto;^b 
no ihjurles have been repor- 
ted he and the public infof- 
matloD office has received 
complaints about the situa- 
tion. 

Mayor Clarence A. Hol- 
land said ttat if Couoeil 
takes action it should be 
within the imxt few we^s 
likely Utat any action takm 
woqM affect this yesar's re- 
sort season. 



IWlson Chaplain, a beach 
iBotfil wmii;, at J^.to$«" 
formal sessioi of CoiUcil 
si^est^ removing ^rkiog 
fropi tte east sid« of At- 
lantic Avenue aitf using 4be, 
strip from 2^ ttrMit south 
as a bike jMth, To make W 
for the lost park^ apaces 
he sueestM4S(fegree angle 
parking be Allowed cm the 
side itreets and mtiting the 
streets one way. 




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beaut/fc// fiomes Beach COE students 



on Beach tour 



By Mrs. John Hot^scm 
^ledal to the SUN 

., In observance of Historic Garden Week in Virginia, 
i^ Virgink Beach Garden Club will sptmsor a tmir 
of six homes, a garden, and a church in the resort area, 
m Tw!sday, Apr. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Tickets are |5 and may be purchased at any home 
son the day of the tour. Luncheon will be available at 
iCalilee Episcc^l Church, Pacific at 40th Street, from 
iz noon to 1 p.m. The exquisite colleMion of church 
Iteedl^MXHit will tie on exhibit. 

Homes (b the tour are: 



prauierd Hot^e 



1230 East Bay Shore Drive - in Bay Colony of Vir- 
Ipnia Beach. Turn west on 47th street (Bay Colwjy Drive) 
ind follow green arrows to East Bay Shore Drive. Turn 
light and parking will be in the field m the left. Across 
^ moat, by a snmll bridge, you arrive at the carved front 
lloors of this ccmtemporary house overloddng Crystal 
make, which incorp(H-ates many features of a-^nish 
on the Mediterranean. 




to/clr Garden 



1238 Bast Bay Shore Drive - a lovely bird sanctuary 

woodland walk ■•■ pinestraw paths lead into a &iry- 

of dogwood,^ Korean maples, towering pines, live 

s, azaleas, rhodendroms, camellias, daffodils, native 

s, wild flowers, perennials, and a wraiyi (rfun- 

grwmd covers. 

McMatH>n House 

^ 1300 East Bay Shore Drive - tte arcUtecture is a 
modified eo^r of an eighteenth Cratury farmhouse in t^ 
A^m Thwqoi^bgeod |^ct. The house is filled wiQi ex- 
tpMlte treasures. 1!MI« are many Chinese, English, Frraet 
and AmeHcan uHtfaa. The famltaM and afciEeSsmies 
are either inhertt«sl or have ben iwrchased by the owners 
dgoring tti(ur world travals. 



HiMa^le House 



1100 W^HSer Road ^ Bay Colony. Tkls ^nchai^ng yoi^ 
hone is a marvelous example of bright colors BuUng 
a sunny happy atmosphere. Exploring this house, one is ^ 
ctmtinuouslv aware of Vbe owners love of boats and the' 
sea. There are many Original rontemporary paintings 
and lovely pieces of needlepoint throi^hout the boi^. 
The flower arrangers, the hostesses, and the hcmie owi^ 
ers are all members oi the Junior Virginia Beach Gardi^ 
Cli*. 



\artley Home 



666 Caicalier Drove - Bay Colony. This is a staiidy 

conteapra^ry house strategically placed among stately 

foaks and maples which the owners have carefully pre- 

' served. The livii^ room and hall rise n^rly three stcnies 

/ h^h. They are treated with fresh bamboo batik that fcmns 

' a perfect hackgroond for the owner's collection of "Turn 

of the Cratnry" obiei d'arts. 




The garden of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H. 
Trotman. 

Tronumn Hmise 

4202 Ocean Front. The front y^ is a swit^Oag pod; 
the fravelled'^tardco Jms a f^twr of Stfa; tim fiu^^- 
ii«s ikiUfnlly oqrHm chnlshMl iMUf fUcM iMiMi- 
tenporary. As yew enter tte Uvl^ ro(», tte first ia- 
pmsinn is light and spue - jkm taek straigM ort flvmgh 
a glass-enclosed porch to the sirtmming pocA apd tte »^. 

Price ^^ 

7H)8 Ocean Front. Crowning one of the highest saod 
dttfteK oa VirtiP H ^ch, this soft rosy brick and shingle 

— * to take mil advaatag* of mta- 

I invitlig flagalMW Ntmnce 

living room with iU pait 

• ■* * perfect hnchgrouid 



Last night, Mar. 22, the 
Cooperative Office Educa^ 
tion (COE) students from 
Virginia Beach City Schools 
presented aiif^reciation cer- 
tificates to their employers 
for the training and experi- 
ence gained in office oc- 
Oi^tions during this school 
year. 

"We Appreciate Your 
Business" was the thMne of 
the COE AiH>reciati(m N%ht 
which was held at the Cav- 
alier Hotel. This year there 
are 143 students enrolled in 



the COE program to the six 
high schools In Virginia 
Beach. 

Cooperative Office l£duca- 
tion students go to school 
in the morning and work in 
various office occupations ih 
the community intheafier- 
aom- Each year the COE 
students srt aside one even- 
ing -to .^y tribute to the 
businessmen and w(MBInwho 
have given th«n a qiportun- 
ity to gain on-the-job train- , 
ing. 

The spMker for tte even- 



ing was Bridget O'Meill. a 
student at Virginia BMCh 
Vocational - Ted^4»l Cen- 
ter. BHdget wm first place 
recently in the City-wide 
public speaking competition 
of the Future Businiess Lead- 
ers of America. Her winning 
speech was given at the COE 
^reciaticm Night. 

Cooperative Office ^uea- 
tion is the eulminatton of a 
high school student's train- 
ing program in offtoe occu- 
pations. The program coor- 
dinates dassrotm study uid 



on-the-job training, each 
complementing Um oUier. 

For the ei^oj^r, the 
COE program provldesa.de- 
pewbbie and continual 
source for r^ruitii^ train- 
ed office employees, and it 
cables him to c(H)trilMte 
to the technical education and 
orientation of his future em- ^ 
jdoyees. The success of the 
COE program depends on 
employei^ who 'voluntarily 
join hands with tte schools 
by prdvhfing opportmiities 
for on-the-joi) training. 



Level 

I Era li 

Level Two Music: Bayside Junior High School In- 
termediate Band"I 
Kemps Landing Elementary Band- 
II 

Bettie F. Williams Elementary Ad- 
vanced Band—II 
Level Three Music: Virginia Beach Junior High Ccm- 
cert Band--I 

Bayside Junior High Concert Band- 
I , 

Me^ttience Junior High §jm - 
phonic BaiHl— I - 
PUm Junior High Wiul Ensemblt- 
I 

First Coital C<Mert B &md4- 
U ;. 

Lyuhaven Junior H^ tend»il 
Princess Aaw Jmioc High Ad- 
vanced Und—H r 
KempsviUe Junior Hij^ SymphMlc 
Band— 1 

Kellam High Cnceri l^uid-H 
Princess Anne Hi^ Intermediate 
Baad-ni 

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Kemifsville HighSympteoic&nd^ 
I 

Frank W. Cox High Bantt-I 
First Colonial High Wind Ensem- 
Me-n 

Bayside High Wind Enfemble-n 
Princess Anne High Advanced 
Band-i 



Level Four Music: 



Level Five Music: 
Level Six Music: 




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Wednesday, March 23, 1977 



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by Gary Fullerton, 
SUN Nbws Editor 



Wwidy Ennis [left) anci Debbie Benhettare Wo of the teen 
volunteers helping the hospital in many v\/ays. 



Mary Alice Amburn 



Pink Ladies indispensable 
at Beach General Hospital 



There's about SOOofttaem, 
and tbey are called "Pink 
Udies." "Red Costs" and 
"piwijr l^pet^," iwt ttey 
all do tbe same ttiing: they 
are volnirteer workers at 
Virginia B«ich General Hos- 
pital. 

fevery day these fol- 
tnteers man a variety of 
positi<ns around the hospi- 
tal« frvm ,the iolormation 
desk in the lobl^, to the 
gift shop, r«:overy room, 
emergency room, pediat- 
rics, si^y, you name it. 



This vcdunteer army is un- 
der the direction of Mary 
Alice Amburn, who daily 
sees that their senriees are 
placed where the ho^ital 
needs them. The oldest vol' 
unteer is Julia Rust who 
Uy«B tai the N(»1h End.She'S 
a ymmg 84, and she volun- 
teers her services j<ist like 
the "Candy Str^rs" or as 
they prefer to be called 
"Teen Vrtunteers", ages IS- 
IS. 

Actually, only about 20 or 
W are worktaig at any given 



time. Some of the volunteers 
work only three or toar hours 
a week, while others can 
give more of thdirttme.'Ms 
means that for tas 24-bour 
day, a total of four or five 
volunteers might work at one 
parti^dlar Job, like in the 
hosidtal's gift shop. 

According to Mary Alice, 
the volunteers are the hos- 
pital's "extra helping 
hands. '^ "The volunteers do 
not replace regular hospital 
woiicers, such as teclmic- 
ians or nurses, but they'do 




Jeanne Meredith performs a not pleasant but necessary job, 
changing linens on hospital t beds. 



lend them a helping hand," 
said Mary. 

"For example, a volimteer 
can help in the emergency 
room bjf changing linen or 
emptying trash. If a volun- 
teer weren't there, these 
jobs would have to be done 
by a regular worker whose 
talents could be used else- 
where where it's needed." 
We do not pre-empt a reg- 
ular hospital workers job." 

Ms. Amburn said she is 
always looking for people 
who are in good health and 
willing to work three orfoi^ 
hours once a week. "We try 
to fit the volunteers to where 
^y want to work, to blend 
witii' their interests," she 
said. 

One new area where the 
wduateers are really heU>- 
Idg is in the surgery wait- 
ing roMft manning a tela^ 
lAone. TheNyolimnJUf ks^i 
constiuA chMfc (» the cin- 
ditfoa of a patient and lets 
tbe waiting loved ones know 
what's la]q)ening. 



"As soon as wegetenough 
volunteers, we would like to 
open a child care center tor 
children of outpatients. This 
would be a special service, 
which would allow a person 
to go to the hospital on an 
outpatient basis and have a 
facility where their children 
could stay. Such a center 
would be located right out- 
side the emergency roomand 
would be e<iuin>ed by the Vol- 
unteers," said Mary Alice. 

Right now about ten men 
are volunteer workers or 
"Red Coats." More are 
needed, she siid, - becuase 
there are just some volun- 
teer functions that only a 
male can handle appro- 
priately. During the summer 
hours, the ranks of "Candy 
Stripers" or te^ volunteers 
are swelled to about 90-60. 
Ipllqf Jeens find meiUcal ser- 
vice to tt«friikiag4Bd foon 
into medical training once 
they graduate from high 
scIkmI. 

The only requirements are 




Virginia Linthicum [left) and Florence Mitchell prepare to deliver 
flowers to patients at Beach General 




^a volunteer be in good 
and \ willing to donate 
a few hours a week of their 
time., Just how much is up 
to the volunteer. Things like 



uniform and name tags must 
be purchased at the volun- 
teer's expense but, accord- 
ing to Mary, they are de- 
ductible from income tax. 



_ With the volunteers, every 
one comes out a winner. 
Tbej, for a job weU done, 
and the patient... because the 
' 'patient comes ficst. " 




Dorothy Harris mans the telephone in 
General's admitting office. 



Mary Jane Chance [right) serves coffee to anxious 
grandmothers-to-be Bea Carlton and Margie Stevens in 
General's waiting room. 



May ton named 
outstanding auxiliary 



E^^ene "Maxey" Maytca 
has be«i named Virginia 
Bw^'s C^sttattng Auxil- 
iary Police (WceF erf ms. 

Maytoa received the award 
-the finA time tt has been 
g^^-at tl» awml Auidl- 
laty Police Bai^t re- 
cwtly held at tte C<Nfe - 
moMm Cmmtry Club. 

JMayte is Me tf M Vir- 
^aia Paa^ mn win vol- 
mlMt their time and ser- 
%%, ^M as A^lttaiT Mtee- 
■«. He waft cited tor^- 
MMlf IMVVktM MiMM-s 
flt Ui ttM putmi^Bg swh 
l^4lce i^^M aMl^ot in- 
iW^^^w. ti^B« Miteri 
ml Mrtttf MMMRwt mn 
(dWvttt wttu ^^influeace) 
airefts. 

Itty^ is par^Mlarly 
ptmi ^ tttf MHrtI ^ace 

Ms ttmm Mmmm i^» 



officers. 

Pcdice Uflutenam Micky 
B^a,.taad (rf the autfliary 
tovmnaMttUajW, "Po- 
lice officials are highly 
pl^ts^ with Us and all tteir 
(avQdllary poUcemen) per- 
fmuuKes and service ttat 
t^ have givM over the 
last yMfs. Every(^ in the 
city government is h^y 

^MS«i." 

Vten wt sitting in a po- 
Uee mr and cheeking tte 
sp^ d Virginia B^ch mo- 
torists thi^^Eh the tw^r 
ic(^, Mai^ works in tte 
tra^ortainb A^rtmrat of 

Twra^-flve auxiUary tt- 
ftccrs «r» MwlpMit^} wA 
of ^ ttifw te^ foilice 
^dneta, ten Mrve in tte 
%Kial ^li# npffttifflfw 
a^ Tactics lin«B (i^re 
H^ftm isaat%M^, aad{nr 



Beach clergymen serve as 
auxiliary cha^ains. 

Before each can be as- 
signed regular patrol duties, 
be has to compile 13 week- 
rada (rf tnOaing at the Vir- 
ginia BMCh Police Acade- 
my«^ take a written test, aM 
reMlve an evalaati«i in the 
tteid ft-om a r^ufiu* .police 
MRoer. Every tireyMivan 
A«xiUu7 (fficer m^ take : 
M hoars tf elassroom re- 
traiutag, and m9tf ait 
months qwlifr <» tte firing 
nnge. 

The iMisic (pialifieation of 
an Auxiliary ^diee QMcer 
is that he or she be a res- 
idnt (rf VlTftaia AMcik Mr- 
sons Inta^sted lUi serving^ 
m ^ AttxHlary Force can 
m^ m^iatton at MIm; 
lei4Qurters, Pitecess 
AMe CmtI tense ^n^ilez. 




Are you the lovllest 
teen in Virginia ? 



Maxey May ton 



The sMrch is on to find 
Virginia's loveliest and mtat 
all-around teenage girl, the 
young lady who will repre- 
sent the Old Dominim as 
Miss Virginia Teoiager in 
tte 1977 finis a tte Miss 
AmeriMn Teenager Pa- 
gont, to te tq>ed for na- 
tional television tte last 
we^ in Aug^ in Mlani 
Beach , Fla. 



Kerry Kearsey (tf H«-wk3B 
tte 1976 wmner, fi^stedM 
one d tte top finaltets U 
tte nttok, tter^ em - 
tiwdng VIrgltfa's recMd as 
tte nmter me state in tte 
coutry in terau of wiming 
s^cMs in tte Mln Amer- 
ican T4»tt^er P^^nt. 



^i|dicants must te single, 
residente of Virginia and 
must te at least 13 ynrs 
<rf age and can Mrt teve 
reacted th^ 18tt birth - 
day as d Sep. 1, 1977. 

Judging is based oo ap- 
pearance (bMuty of face and 
future), pc^e, persoulity, 
grooming, intelligence, 
qwakttg atrfUty, leadership 
and Mholastic and eii4c a- 
ddevemo^. Tten U no 
talMt cooqietitioB ttmflved. 

Ite stete fina^ are sch- 
•Ailed Iv $am$, km- 1 
at ^OMlliterHtenl Ho- 
M in Norftdk. H«rt, tte 
top M girls cte^ from 
s^mer-loag preUmiaary 
(MBpetltioia tturoo^nrt tte 



state, will cmnpete for tte 
tiUe d Miss Virginia Teen- 
ager. 

Those inter^ted in tree 
eirtry information 
^■d IMr aaiM, 
age and te^mae to Miss 
Virginia Tera«er ita^til, 
12tO East West Ugftmy. 
^te 101, SUver ^ri«, ltd. 
torn. ^«nMphoM is(Stt) 
U9-tm. 



Tte Miss AmerlMnVm- 
^HT ft^Ml is Aa^riM^ 
Mi^ t>»nigf paiaart i^ 
offers pris^ ud awarAsio 
tte wiMer ^kied la < 

automcMle. 



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Kennedy and others 
ach'bound for tennis 



By BLAIR THURUAN 
SUN fiports Editor 

For Ion Tirtac, tbe Virginia Beach 
Aacquft Club's tow1i« pro, tte receot 
Mrtbqoake in Bucharest struck close to 
tane, 

" 1« jKt, it hit Us heme: The carly- 
teired Jtoau^an tas a sister aad a six- * 
mmt ^ bq^ III the iBunedlate 41s- 
MMr «^ M aar wA Ittve a hoo^. 
Me tamU mt ttMt his fatoUy was sate, 
but that his home had bera haiUr dam- 
aged. He left Satanlajr to fly to B^eh- 
•nvt to ftwad out for htm^tt the ex- 
tent of the damaee. 

Ttruc mi s«e Mnds tkit wre 

iM wilfets tttf lived it what t «e^ 
im ^ 1 4s-jitory ^hrise, vec»kl|l- 
iA thef were MsMsiKlB. Md he Ibmw 
wMtSe^lgrtotti^ 

^K iiNuM ttat tte AaeriaaaiBhu- 
sMbl- wa ^^ to ^id a r^^flnd 
to toui^" Mid Tiriac at tbe Club 
laA Thuwiajr, "and I r«iUxed I tod 
tohe^toe," 



I Tibiae's plaa to raise reUtfftmds Is 
I m hM a pro-e^eiarlty ezhiUttoa the 
f {ttqti tt^lre tbe CBS VirgiBia peach 
Gtttttte g^ i^r 1^ at the lUc- 
^ {:9Mt Ovk Alret^ Itaed ip for tbe 



twnameat. 1$ EtM K^Mdy^ "who 
^fs a ^ ipm <tf tewis," accord- 
iig to Ttoko, 

Tte ^o-celebrity Is aebediled for 
Itadiy. A^ II, wtththeClassleruB- 
tfag ftiMi Ttwiday ttutMgh &tttn^^. 
AU uroeeeds tr«n te pro-celArity 
natch/ imck will be praered 
fira« ticket sales (Tirlae esttantes 
tlefcets to be ia the |7-|10 rasge), 
wm he «sed in Romania. 

nute Is tiTlag to Ua« 9 o^r 
froat-llle celebrlUes, "A teryjx^- 
kU> peUtlcal figwe. a twrtiaU ida^r. 
ud mmm Aem bu^ess peofde," tor 
Khetownuient. 

Pros Die Hastase. GuUlemo Vilas, 
a«i Attlaoo Hmm Ml participate 
Ui the cel^HTlty emit as well a$ in 
ttK Classic. 

Tirtoe nataiUly hopes for a sae- 
c«»sfttl taraovl fmrUMf^Muritynatcb- 
M, bat 16 also «»(»rqed with ttie 
l^ewater's reaction to tte Classic. 

"ir we doo't seU 0^ the last three 
inn ol tte toammeat," said Tiriac, 
'I dMt tUak ve'U think about tryiag 
fUsagain." 

Row M gd to see how VirgiBia Beach 
and the Tltewater eaa support bigtime 



UTs not botch it. 




Ion Triac 



Chris Chambers 



iiirier^ Jit f«it 

. the Rotary StumrcK'lL 
i5 little more thau i local event drawing /ewe) 

:('ifiants 

Big field 

however, tbe 5th Annual Rotary Shamrock 
Uarathoo drew 413 runners from all over the country; 
SOP*" * ' "'Kht distance runners, a myriad of tbose seek- 
lag '•! with a time good enough to qualify them for 

tbe upcMning Bostoo Marathoa, aad thos« toexperi<nced 
nmners in o1l^«t nf fht. / ortf^cate certifying completion 



Winners 

Saturday's race, on a 26-mile, 38S-yard course stretch- 
lag from the boardwalk to Ft. Story and back up tbe board- 
walk, was slowed down by brisk winds But Chris Cham- 
bers, a native of Denver, woo the race with a time of 
2:26:05 , second was Bruce Robinsoa with a tine of .2:26:31, 
and third was Ron Martin, an Englishman attendii« Wil- 
liam and Mary in 2:28:39. 

locah 

.vmiv virgiuui oeucji runners diu weii m toe mar^tPOP. 
W. F. iloss, 42, wbo runs for tbe Tidewater Strlders, 
placed eigtb, with a time of 2:37:08. Finishing twentieth, 
WHS Jack Nash, of tbe Little Creek Amphibious Base. 
•fOrge T. Coombes, Si, tlnisbed third in the 50 and over 
fige bnickett, completing tbe course in 3:23:39. 




Snin /pert/ 



M as3^ CLC , It'U make a t^tlever out of vou. 





QtXi.fim UTTLE HSItMr-EMGIIfE 

IS ^ • 39-llwy. with epttsMl 5-speed 

wtfable •• Oehoe mdd oily. Tov 

iHy nty i Hia ai M a i aa bof* aat vker* yen 



Castle Can, ke. CaBHS-lMl 



Baysfaie High held a ban- 

qaet in the aekocA cafeteria 

last Ttaraday, boaorteg its 

indoor trade team. 

b adifitioo to laodiag (mt 

bating party 

PlasaUMe LesfBattiM- 
baU wm apanor a static 
party m Maaday, ltor«h8< 
^ ttaPtaaBeUerRlakfren 
tp.n.aBlfltpja. 

n^rts are ^ per puwia 
and sicala rental Is 2S(. 



FREE BEES 

You Can't Beat the Price 



indtvyual varsity letters, 
CMch Lm Greeni^xxl pre- 
sented qiecial awards to 
three members of his Beach 
dominating squad. 

Naned Outstandi^ in the 
field evrats, was Dan Krue- 
^r for bis shot put perfor-, 
mancM (hirtaf the iadOM- 
season. Knie^r won m 
state indoor meet witti a 
h«ive at 57-8, and bis au>- 
lier toss ot U foet mus 
ttie best recorded in Vir- 
ginia this year. 

Ootstaadlag tnefc per - 
formers were Alan BuAm 
and Itomy IMgp. 

BnftoQ ran tbe 1,000 and tte 
mile, idaetog se^Md in Om 
mile in tie &ist»ii R^ioit, 
and fe«tt in^i,00O. 

Diggs won fU-st in the 
Beach I»strict la tte M- 
yard iuA, and ms seoood 
to tte Regloa tM Stdtes. fle 
also 4ed off the 880-reftiy 
^ fid^ed second intte 
state. 




Steve Sawyer 

Sawyer ^ts 
Z-mite mark 



Steve Sawyer tA .Virginia 
Bncft, ^ved five seconds 
oil tihe Rolary.^imrock two- 
nlle n(% record, irttt a 
wtnniag time of 10 aUnutes 
flat. 

&iwy«r, attended Kemps- 
viUe High, saA is current- 
ly ruHtfag ^radt at Virginia 
Tech. 




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I Skating 
News 



Ice acatbig LMMns 

9m trnt^Mt. Motfur, WedaeMlayaadri^iays. after- 
iMM aN awrii^lrtHdai ftw lo a.*, to iit». 
p.n. Few spaces A^Me. Can fnnetetoly. 

YcNith Ice Hodcey Pfogr$m 




H you have soinetWng to give away frte give your 

hQme^mn nm^s^r a call. 547 4571. We'll rnclude 

fmr rt*m mourfHRB, 8fE sectwn m the classified 

Mflps tkr, if you waM tometting free, like a dog or a 

fi«fck tfw FREE BEE columns m this isftie <^ 

ommuroty rwws|»per. i 



rirat eeaw. firM ■««• luto. 

(tow ^^ratb^ Hmro 



•is*"!?' *^ Tbaraday fron I pan. to 10 p.*., 
rritiy Iran 1 p.n. to U:IO p.n. 
Utm^t frm 12:30 p.m. to ll:M p.m. mi tartw 
IMB li.Mp.m. to 10:00 p.n. 

I^kA IM^udto 42a-8741 



She drove from Arizona 
to win Beacti marathon, 
and stie's 64^earsyoun§ 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

It wasn 't until tbe large 
red digital clock in front of 
the Norwegian Lady reached 
the time of 5:22:50, that 
Uie real winner of the Ro- 
tary ammrock Marathon 
crossed the finish Ifne. .^, 
^re,, scores pf rtms^i^ 
Jl^.tba 2ar^i^9*a->ba*fi 
f^,^Bvrni5. Hicks did, bdt 
none <A them were 64 years 
oM. 

Bainis, of Prescott Ari>- 
Hu, TOs awarded a tm^ 
as tbe oidtest person tocooi- 
plete tbe marathoa momeats 
after mUng her grueling 
efiort, as tbe award cere- 
nony tad long since eqded 
been eondaded. 

As ^ coDversed witb 
raaneris aixi qwetators re- 
mai^Bg at the site of tbe 
manthon, two young girls 
approached her and asked a- 
boBt ^ tropby being clutch- 
ed so proudly. "Was It," 
ttey iiaeried bluntly, of the 
grey sweatsuit-clad seniinr, 
"ta* haling raced in flie 
mile nm?" 

"No Aurlings," she re- 
pUed, "this is for finlsh- 
iagOtenarathon." 

Ite girls' mouths re- 
MBdded BiiaBhole covers. 

PiMsUag maratboBsistbe 
only my Bumis. knows hof . 
to nm tt«n. Since she be- 
gan nmai^, only in tbe last 
five jmurs, she has run in, 
and «MB|dii^ed, eigtatmara- 
Oons. 

In tmA, the only race she 
ever drqiped ont of was 
the SO-mile John F. Ken- 
mAf /sum in Washington, 
D.C. .iMrever, she has fin- 
isMidlM particular 



On Airm 20 

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three occasions. In 1974 she 
set tbe natiooal record for 
the oldest person to finish 
tbe JFK. Since then an old- 
er man has run it quicker, 
but Bnmls' time of U hours, 
50 minutes stlU holds for 
women. 

Her time at this year's 
Rotary Shamrock Marathon 



"There were too many cars 
aear Qie course,", eqt&dn- 
ed the silver-haired disiance 
runner. "I have a lung prob- 
lem, and had somtf trouble 
breathli«." 

Buittis drove all the way 
from her Arlxona borne Jnst 
to compete in the Rotory 
Shamrock Marathon. It's 




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will begin gathering 
Hamptna Jtoaito On Jn^ 
to prepare tor tbe Ct 
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Monroe to F1. McHanrv tn 
Jtme 20. This race, fe; 
ing vessds 24ffeet — 
ger, Is sanctione'. 
American Sail j 
soelatlon, and 
ginning of. 

five major cities on tbe eas- 
tern seaboard. 

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Coast Guard, or Mtsriitkant 
Marine; or, others who are 
not training to become pro- 
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are being given eaperlence 
ta deep-water aalUag ves- 
sels as part of tbdr scbool- 
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Beach sports look even; 
57 athtette teams ready 



ViiYini* BMCb Sm, Marek 29. Wn - B-»a 



By BLAIR THURIIAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

Witli 10, jTM, count 'em, 10 spru^ sports to report on, 
a siflierflclal look at what will iapp&i is aU tbat can be 
done fcert, Iwt maybe we'll shed some Hght «»what 
coirtd be, wn, mayhem. 

Tewto (boys and girls), track, (boya and girls), soccer 
(boya and firts), |olf (boys and girts together, but very 
few girls), baseball for boys and soffl»ll for girls, aJid 
gynnasiica (for boys that attend First CdMial, Keilam 
M- l^flai^mue). Whew. 

We'll loc* at the sports in the order* presented above, 
for DO particular re^on. 

Tennis 

Tamis. As in, "Tennis anyone?" Or more aivropri- 
ateiy, "Will Beach boy's tennis have a I^tri(mc flavor?" 
The answer appears to be yes. . 

Th« Patriots (rf First Colonial, as (cached by J(*n Mar- 
shall, have not lost a district match to another B«ich 
school aince 1973 (Kempsville did it). Are the Patriots 
r«idy to relinquish their grip on ^acb- tennis suj^re- 
maey?' Not yet, so it seems. 

Todd Fumiss replaces the number one player from last 
year, Mark Price, and with Langley Holland at number 
two, they look solid. 

AI Howe at Cox and Fred Benjumea at Princess Anne 
are al^ among the best at tbe Beach. 

Doug iWhaU, Kemi^sville's tennis coach,. chagrined, 
"It's going to be tough to beat First Colonial unless you 
have some strong tennis players." Paschall is beting 
for steady play from juniors Jim Scarborough and Mike 
McKinney in the number one and two spots. 

The' girls will have to ccmtend with last year's Eastern 
IMstrict winner. Princess Amie. 

Sharon Burktert, tennis coach at First Colonial, hc^ies, 
that the return of two of her girls will be what her squad 
Keds to volley their way to the top. Tracy Eubaidc and 
Jill Hryskanich were both declared ineligible last y»r, 
for having played in an unsanctioned match. They will 
play this year, Tracy at number (»e and Jill at number five. 

^ Track 

Track. People running in circles, throwing heavy things 
and leaping. The beach has some strong individual track 
stars, tmt if you don't go to Bayside, you don't have the 
best team. Boys or girla. 

Tbe ;pafs won tbe Beach District and the Eastern Region 
last year, and just enjoyed a successful indoor season. 
Coach Len Greenwood likes being outdoors more. "Oh, 
we'll be much, much better outdoors," be e^ressed al- 
most gleefully. He eig)lained. "You see, you don't have 
the discus indoors , and we have two of tbe best discus 
men around in Mike McCoonell and Dan Krueger'.'Krueger 
has also proved himself one of the best in the nation in 
the shot pwt. 

(Ni yeah. Bayside is generally stonger in the running 
events. 

Other Beach stars should be state indoor 60-yard dash 
champion Jesse Williams of Princess Anne, distance 
specialist Ray McOaaials of Cox, Ronald Foreman of Kei- 
lam, Chris Lowery of Kempsville and Tony Addabbo of 

In t«un scor^, and last year vm tbe Eastern R<^on 
by over 30 pdnts. Coach I^t Griffin's girls work closely . 
with Greenwood's boys in a strfHig program. 

Sc^ccer 

Soccer. Most popular qwrt in the world. First time 
being played at the Beach in high schools. Keilam coach 
Johnny Cooke thinks the general inexperience in the qx>rt 



will make all the teams about even, and sees his bluest 

pnAlem as ^-oiKHmclng Ngcmi Okenkwo's (his wing from 

Nigeria), name. "We just call him Guzzy," said Cooke. 

Ofcowse., 

A 10-game schedule will determine the Beach District 

champiM for soccer (boys and girls). 

Tte girl's soccn- procram is alto new of course, mak- 
ing it .difficult fo ampan teams. Patti MerriU, tte coach 
at Cox, has foimd, as have the other coaches, that the 
junior hi^, which offer soccer in their curriculum, has 
been a saving grace, as now some girls have eq>erience. 

One pr<Alem Merrill has enowntered however, is the 
lack of practice space. "We were told before the new «ports 
were started," said the Cox mentor, "that Cox had less 
practice area than any other Beach school. We gowit 
every day just hoping to find a place to practice. Some- 
times we split the football field with the boys, sometimes 
we go to an elementary school, sometimes we go behind 
the baseball backstop." ' > 

Nevertheless, she feels "wir girls wUl do real well." 

Gplf 

Golf. I'd like to see Charlie Brown take i^ this game. 
Coach Bobby Braun of Kempsville doesn't think that this 
year's duffers are qultk as strong as last year's state 
third place finishers, buji Bobby Kramer and David Wyatt 
give the Chiefs a isoUdJdMc. 

Bayside golf coach Conrad Paiicer thinks the Beach 
"is better balanced than ever before." His own Dcmnie 
Kelsb and J<M Anderson make the Marlins a contender. 

Beach champions First Colonial, and always strong Prin- 
cess Anne can also be counted on to be tough <» the links. 

With possibly the best golfer at the Beach in George 
MacDonald, and a strong line-up including Fred Fryman, 
Allen King and Billy Willard, Princess Anne golf coach 
Leo Antimny is understandably excited about tbe upcoming 
season. He even has a transfer student, Reese Bowles, 
capal>le of playing in the top three, if he recovers from 
a bout of mononucleosis. Anthony hopes for at least a 
return to action from the former Staunton Military Acad- 
emy stand-out by tournament time. 

A major rule change this year in golf is being instituted. 
Instead of playing the top four players of a team in a match, 
six will {day, and the top scores four will l>e recorded. 

Baseball/Softball 

Baseball. Covered in-depth last week. Bayside is the 
defi^idlng state champion, but Kempsville and First 
Colonial, lode especi^y tough. Only the lO-game regular 
season champion will advance to the Eastern Regional. 

Softball. New sport at the Beach, Nine players will be 
fielded, and a fast-pitch, rather that slow-pitch style of 
play will be used. Princess Anne coach Wayne Pursell 
eqdained, "The rest of tbe schools in the state that offer 
soltlnll use f&st-pitch, and if it is to have a state tourna- 
ment in the future, all rules must be the same." 

Pursell thinks his girls may have the talent to win the 
first Beach (regular season) champicmship. In fast-pitch, 
having a girl who can bum the baill is crucial, and P.A. 
has one such pitcher, Diana Balog. Girls are also allowed 
to steal, and Pursell thinks catcher Ann Tbrockmortmi 
has tlm arm to gun down would-be>base thieves. 

PfaMar^H'^eKc6uBteilM"j>rofa^iigi inhetent in the en- 
large 'si«rts'I6rinat."TO«hB Hm'M tmf girl's sports* 
now." noted Pursell, "that it tuts down on depth. Five 
of my girls are on the track team." 

With ttie advent of the three new sports, and the look 
of balance in most sports, and strong individual performers 
in track, this should be a great spring. Let's hope for some 
sunshine. 



Boxing comes to the Dome tomorrow nigiit! 



The Virgtada Beach Nep- 
tune Festival and the Tide- 
water Amateur Boxing As- 
sociation will pr^ent \ka- 
ing matches at the Virginia 
Beach Civic Center (Dome) 
on Thursday March 24 at 
p.m. FeatttTOd box- 



ers are members of the 
East Coast Navy Champion- 
ship Team. 

Gerry Marshall, WVAB 
radio personality will pro- 
vide entertainment. 

Tickets are |3.00 Jipg- 



side section, $2.50 Gener- 
al Admission. 

Duane Bobick the third 
rankii^ heavyweight con- 
tender will arrive at tbe 
Norfolk Airport at 3:51 p.m. 
on AUei^eny Airlines Flight 
25 on Thursday, March 24. 




He will be at the Dome 
an>roximately at 6:00 p.m. 
for the weighins and also 
will be the announcer for 
the matches. He will be a- 
vailable for interviews at 
the airport or at the dome 
after 6:00 p.m. 



Spring springs new sports 



on Beach high schooi kids 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN ^rts Editor 

The 1976-77 Virginia Beach school year marked the ini- 
tial complaince with Title DC, the federal regulation 
that dictates that sex is ntrt a basis for discrimination, 
here, specifically, in the field of sports. 

In order to grant .high school girls (the program works 
similarly on the junior high level), the same athletic 
oi^rtnnities offered to the boys, three new varsity sports 
were added to the already existing seven-sport agenda. 
They are, soccer for boys, soccer for girls, and girl's 
softballj^^^^^^ 

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and giri's tennis, boy's and girl's track, boy's gymnas- 
tics, and golf, which is open to boys and girls. 

Jerry Deviney, the Coordinator of Student Activities at 
Virginia Beach is excited about the new spring schedule. 
"We've increased participation in sports by 500 or 600," 
said Deviney. 

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"We've increased participatjon 



by 500 or 600.' 




-Jerry Deviney; 



thurmon 



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The burden of the extra sports has not l>een felt until 
now, however, because all three are spring sports. That 
brills the total of high school springtime sports to 10. 
In additidn to the tiiree new sports, there is l>aset>all, Iwy's 



According to Deviney, play in the three new sports will 
be limited to, just a regular season schedule, since the 
Vir^nia High School League (VHSL) does not offer post- 
season competition in those sports yet. "It's possible that 
by next year there will be a state softt)all tournament,'; 
noted Deviney, "and there is talk of doing the same with 
soccer, soon but in order to do that, 40 per cent of the 
state's AAA schools have to offer the sport, and at this 
point, they are not." 

So the Iwys and girls soccer teams will play for regu- 
lar season Beach c^mpionships, with no tourmaments. 
but a lot of fun. 



Four teams win 
Com. League 



The Commmity League 
city play-offs, sponsored 
byOieVirginU Beach De- 
partment of Parks and Rec- 
reation took place an Sat- 
urday, yielding tour di- 
vision champions. 

In the Midget League, 
the PUia BuUets held off 
a late rally by the Great 
Neck Surfers and won 44- 
33, and w<m ttie city cham- 
pionship. 

Intermediate champions 



are the Cooke Rams A, 
who beat the Cooke Rams 
B, 57-34 for the tiUe. 

In Junior League action, 
the Courthouse Warriors 
ctqqied the crown by out- 
scoring the Plaxa Squires 
83-65. 

In the Senior League, 
the Cooke Rams edge<l the 
Aragona-Pembroke Bruins 
75-69, behind a 37-poift 
per fbrmance by Mark 
Butts. 




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The final statisttcs have 
bera released for Uie Old 
DotaOfllM Uttvefsi^baaiAt^ 
'ball season, and two players, 
Jeff Fuhrman aod Joey Car- 
ttthers have moved up to 
fourth and ninth idace on the 
Mttiareh's all-time scoring 
list, respectively. 

Two Princess Ann High 
coaciies are stiU ranked in 
the top ten, however, Cav- 
alier head coach Leo Anthony 
and assistant coach Skip 
Noble. 

Aafiiotty is the Monarch's 
all-time leading scorer, 
having tadUed 2.181 points 
duriag his four-year career 
(1957-61), and N(Ale is tenth, 
with a 1.193 point total in 



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list, with 597. , 

Roach wins 
super stocl( 

Kemy Roach- of Ches- 
apeake, took Super Stock at 
the Virginia Beach Raceway 
Saturday night, with an e- 
lapsed time of 10.46 seconds 
at 105 m.p.h. 

Roach drove a 1965 Che- 
velle. 

Placii^ second was Char- 
lie Mims of Chesapeake, in 
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fiaishers. Front row. 8-10 yr. olds, L toR- 
John Del Carmin (1st). Kris Felthmiser 
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11-11: Greg Goodale, (1st), Dave McGovem 
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It was dlincult. ftOY, was 
it ditfiuclt. But out of 200 
bMutiful entries, the wtest 
child was picked in the re- 
cent Cavalier Junior 1lto> 
MA'S Clirt> fourth ail- 
mal "Cnte^ ChlM" con- 
test at Penl»iidce Mall. 

Oirt of the Wi jitctures 
e^ered la the contest, the 
Irictnre <rf two-year-old Tlf- 
ftuiy Boll of Virf inia Beach 
was selected by tlie Jwfees 
to l>e Virginia Bea<A's cutest 
child. 

Naturally, as every par- 
ent of Vbk 2M would agree 
<iBd the grandparents, too), 
Mclk ekUd was the "cutest" 
to his or her own very spec- 
ial way. 

Fia* winning top honors, 
Ttfiaay, daughter tA Mr. and 
Mrs. Ronald Bolz. received 
prises of a Batcycle, dMat- 
ed by Best Products, an 8x10 
portrait, dooateir by Buck 
Finn's Portrait Studio, a 



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stuffed animal, donated by 
The Lill^N^ Tree, a free 
mnw, ^^t^ by S A W 
CaMerias at Pembroke Mall 
and MMe UXh, donated by 
H. Le<m Ware painting con- 
tractor. 

The pictui^ of Jennifer 
Sone, age ten months, was 
nmeA as second place win- 
ner in tlM contest. Jennifer, 
the (lii«bter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Septet F. Stone of Virginia 
Beatih, WM a wagon, donated 
by Gravely Ccmstruction Co. , 
and a musical sMlei ai^mal 
domted by The Lilll|KV 
Tree. 

The ideture <A Amher 
Johnson, ^t 3, was voted 
tUrd i^ce winner. For that 
hoDorr Amber, the daiigkttr 
(d Mr. and Mrs. Charles 
Johnson of Virginia Beach, 
received a riccocbet racer 
game, dented by R. Leon 
Ware paMing omtrtetor, 
and bubble bath, donated by 
Spencer's Gifts of Pembroke 
Mall. 

Mr. ami Mrs. i«>i7, expres- 
sed surprise ,tbat their 
(bughter's picture woa first 
pUice. Mrs. Bolz said "After 
locking at all the pictiires, 
I didn't think if wooki win. 
AU the children's pictures 
were so deUghtful." 

The pictures were on dis- 
play at Pembr(Ae Mak.ind 
many people enjoyed leK^Qi^ 
at the display, esp«:ially 
proud gnua^PAreiAs. 



J'he judges-Charles War- 
burton, manager of Hotei- 
mers, ' '♦■">• "cCorkle, as- 
slstan' of Country 

Lftfend, and Al Harris, man- 
ager of Tobak, Ltd. - refus- 
ed to say how close the race 
was. 

The contest was sponsored 
by the Cavalier Junior Wo- 
man's Club as a fund -raiser 
to support their many com- 
munitv projerts, which in- 



dude aid l ^'ns 

tild visitations tusenioi' 
sens and to the Juvenile ~. 
tention center. Each entry 
was accompanied by a $1 do- 
nation. 

The Cavalier Juniors say 
they get an even greater 
l^eneflf from the contest: a 
yearly lo<A at some c^ the 
m(»t beautiful chlMren in 
Virginia B»ch. 



each realty 



.i'JC)a(f.'L Kedity oi virginu iuj 

Beach rpports that construe- p*" 

building at the intersection and an old fashioned ice 

of Atlantic Avenue and 24th cream parlor. 
Street on the oceanfront. 

Clay Nobles, a spirtesniatt The spenii^ date for all 

for Kynis, said the ibuUdii* three stores is May 15. 




4 lotally uwni 
<i ''h^in with 

hrtveu indusirui rsim ni'^- 
new addition will make their 

third rrtail witlet ifl Vir- 
ginia Baach. Fortes has 
other stores in Hags |I»d, 
Williamsburg andRiclii«Bd. 



'Star Spangled 




Clerk's 

no ticket, no laundry 



»»);* a star spangled hit 



VirgioiaBMchCltyCouB- 
cU d«euM&ts are so mucU 
la dwnaiid that the clerk's 
offict U beconlBg- bogged 
down with work tryying to 
mi that dtmaad for fret. 

A« a rtault, Council has 
permitted City Clerk Rich- 
ard J. WebboB to set fees 
tor the traoscriptiOB nf 
Cpuneil minutes, certifica- 
tton of CouBcll documents 
•id tiM tta* sptnt provid- 
iflf llstM*rt.wlth a rerun 
«i. Hi* ttpM tor UsttBlog of 
retelling parposvs. m 

The fee sehedale adopted 
Unsfhllows; 

C*rlllie«tioa with n city 



seal, H pir doeumMt fAus 
90 cttts pIr AMt in vma» 
<a two shMts. If a ^dd stil 
Is used, price per doewnent 
IslS. 

For trattcriptlM at tapts 
to bn MrUlled, |S ^r lipU 
sine ^aei d boMlMper Nw 
eertilleattpB of fee as noted 
in tbt tttn i^eve. 

For traitocription of t^ns 
nndtr prMsurt for time 
detdUM, $10 per overtime 
Nor idus fee for ceHifi- 
entton as #revtously Mted. 

For lerox c<9i«8 of ap- 
inwvet City Council ninutes 
Mjr eertttied, |U plus 2S 
c«^ per steet ^ xtnt 



Zany one-liners and ctmic 
InvenQvMess lave beeone 
the halhnarfcs of the Hbll 
Slmcw comedy style, UKtiue 
of the best woits of Simw 
will be seen at the Cava- 
lier Biimer PUyhoi^ when 
the curtain goes q> Thurs- 
day (Mar. 24) m "Tte Star- 
spangled Girl". 

Tte pnxtactim, which is 
directed \iy BiU Painter and 
produced by ShcHzy Mtrgd- 
ius, is scheduled to run 
Tlwrsd&f thFCHigh SuNtejr un- 
tU April 80. 

'This fost movii^, hi- 
larious CMDedy starred An- 
tfaray Peridns. Connie Stev- 



ens and Richard Benjamin in 
its loi«-rvn Broadway pro- 
ducttott. 

Iteir Qmutterparts in the 
Caviller siraw wiU be Arm- 
istead Iteshi^l. MicfaulBu- 
chanan, and ^rley Holman 
while the technical statt in- 
cludes Itevid White, Chuck 
HeavMr and Annette Bach, 

Bursting with witty lines 
and brightly hnmorous sit- 
tations, the play deals with 
two MitiMt, young men 
struggling to put out « 
"protest" magazine, and the 
All> American girl wto 
moves in next door and man- 
ages to send both of them 



into a tail s|^. 

"Ite Star-^ngledGirl" 
marks the 107th productiM 
in the Cavalier's U y^r 
history. 

Tte Playtaose, Noriolk'« 
oldest dinner theatre, is lo- 
cated in the 3S0O block «rf 
Aiimne Av^ue, ni^kt tte 
VEPCO plaiU/irflice, 

The evening begins at 6 
p.ffl. with buffet at S:45 and 
curtain 8:15 nigMlj excejit 
Sunday when ibe schedule is 
one hour earUer: Reset 
tlOBs are required. Or 
rates and senior eitiz<ii< 
cbuits are avnili^te. 



Plan now 
for art on 
boardwalk 

Plans are now undem^y 
for the 1977 Virginia BMch 
Bcardwalk Art Show to be 
held June 23 through Juej|7. 

One of the old^andteff- 
est shows in the conntry, 
the annanl Boardwatc Art 
Show is qxwsored b)r the 
Viiflnia Brach Arts Center. 
Last year retorted sales 
. (nm the S27.^afetisU dts- 

bo^mPins more ma 
$250,006. 

An>lications for Imrtici - 
pation in the boardwalkshow 
must be submitted to the 
Arts Ce^eFno later than 
i^ril 15. A c(Mnmitteft of 
art experts will scriii^ the 
eirtries. which. acG(»iiing 
to the show's official*, is 
in the Interest (rf both tiie 
artists and view^s. 

Categ(Hies for this sum- 
mer's show are paintingi wa- 
terodors, gri^ihics and 
drawings, sariptare, crafts 
and {Aotogr^ihy. 

Applications, entries and 
im^ies shonM tiefonnad- 
ed to: Boardmlk Art ^w, 
Eitfries Chairman, VlrfbOa 
Beach Arts Center, ?- 0- 
Box M4, Virginia Bet0, 
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$hirley Holman and Armistead Dashiell relax with direct of Bill Painter and script girl 
Annette Bach. 




Foreitry 




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winners 



The Virginia F^iAry 
Association, hi connection 
with tte State Division of 
Fore^ry, has aimounced tbe 
winners in tts recent IStt 
annual "Keep V^finia 
Green" poster contest 

Whuiii« second vivet il^ 
$150 Wis Cindy Burr; M ^n- 
ior at Virginia Beach Voca- 
tfoid-Technical Eduetton 
Ce^r, .CMy revived her 
award at the 34ttbunttal 
nMctlng of the VbYftik For- 



estry Association in Will- 
iamsburg Feb. 10. 

hi idditton, the association 
awarded a troiihy to Cindy's 
school ttiis month. 

Otter Virginia Beach wte- 
ners in tte state contest, 
fhkh was open to all stu- 
(i«^ in grades 1-12, were: 

H(NiorabIe m^faMi: ^25) 
Malasie HUl, Ctthy Mayo. 
KaOiy McNdly and Margaret 
Motyca, aS (tf the Vkttela 
JNach Vo>Tech Ce^ir. 



A q>ecia,l neitfion wA |10 
went lo jUochi Berard, Karen 
Crov^y, Poug tevs. Kat 
Lenard, Khn McCulloii^and 
Liaim Scbriver, also all of 
the Vo-Tech Center. 

Receivii^ a neotlon and |5 
prize were Jdie Bets, Mary 
Kate BawUDg. Perry Brenda, 
Dm Ridstoad, Lisa A. H^- 
ner, ftm^ Sas McHorse, 
Raul Pftdilli, Repaid Ran- 
kins, J^y T^ctout and 
Breet Wood, all from tee 



Vo-Tech Center. 

Seventh graders firom Vlr- 
gteia Beach scbodls»also re- 
ceived awards. Ttiey were 
Joellat Knight, Heraigage 
Elemental . first class, |10; 
MasalEi Birdimier. Ben- 
^nitt R. Fetts Jr. and Paul 
Lawscm, all from Kemi^ 
Landing Schopl, honorable 
nMfitten, $1; Carl Contraras 
aiKl D^ha M»%d, both of 
Hermitme Eiementery, hon- 
oraUe meoltoa, $1. 



Mother Nature Says: 

Be heafthy. be happy' 

Mother Nature Says can fill your con- 
riete autriUooal n^ds... compare oyr 
low, tow ^ices on grains and nnts... 
try omr organie eggs and piitatoes! 

DIETE-dC 
off COOKIES 

See Our Iaw Price cni 
Wheat Ftonr and RoUed Onto 

291$ Va. Beach Blvd. 
across from Pint Tree lu 
461-1888 




PINE TREE INN 
at tte Hllf have Ma i Ttdtwater tradittos 
IMT tfaabtl any tnn torn, aad the Colonial Breakfast 
hey« offtrad M<h kaday from 10-10 til 2:00 U rc- 
Umm ttf hmllf tfHt. S«rv«d at the table, this all- 
MtmM-aat fMSt baiiaa with Iht INN'a traditional 
m^' b«na and fiafiifws ttih «h«w«er, asaertad Jviccs, 
^tmmtit bhieMrrjr miMu, pUtttri of scrambled 
atftr ba«. saMsagt and potaloH, follewa* by appto 
itra^rt mi vaaUto lee cream. 

At a price of IS, 79 for adults and S2.25 for cbildrM 
41 te May to Mdtrttand why reservauons are suggtsttd. 



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oodbye, SUN carriers! 

Thanks! 




Steve Rockwell. 14 Mike Chaquette. 14 
Fox Hun/ Lark Downs Aragona 




f^obert Schutt. 15 
I P. A. Plaza 



GregAhles, 16 
BirchwQQd 



Afier consideri^le bought and planning, 
the Virginia Beach SUN has decided to 
change its marketing approach to that of 
an all-mail system, dropping entirely the 
concept of home delivery by a SUN news- 
paper carrier. The change will go into ef- 
fect with ttie March 30 edition. 

It is with sincere regret and apologies 
that we say goodbye to the young men and 
women v^o have served you and the SUN 
for so many years. The newspaper boy has 
been an American tradition that we all 
have cherished. Many of us began our 
first contact with "big business" and the 
accompanying responsibilities as a news- 
paper delivery boy. Buteconomics and com- 
mon business sense have dictated a change 
from this tradition. 

To assist our SUN carriers in the trans- 
ition we are offering thern $3 for each 
customer he or she converts to our new 
mailing system. The $3 amounts to a full 
year's profit for the carrfer if he or she 
were to deliver the SUN. We sincerely 
hope you will help us help these young 
men and women. 

James C. Brown 
Circulation Manager 




Ray Earlewine, V4 Brad Miller. 15 
Plafza-Brookwood Thalia 




Malerie Grace, 12 
Malibu 



David Barringer, 15 
Lake Snriith Terrace 




Todd Blanchard, 15 Elaine Martin, 13 Jeff Seder. 15 
1' Pembroke Manors Kings Forest / Malibu Aragona 



Jess Koch. 12 
Bayville Park 



PaulMeise,14 John Malkowski 

Scarborough Square 




•ridewatcrs Only 

5(},m) Watt 
AM Radio Station 



i Mikelattorner, 15 Michelle Forbes. 16 Billey Pease, i 
\Lakeview Parks . Pembroke Manors Aragona 



Steve<3rant,1^ 
Thalia 



Lam Wail 14 
Lakeview Shores 




THE COUNTRY S 
BEST MUSIC 




P Blane Evans. 13 Lee Pippin, 
*0 Kings Grant-E.. Park Carriage Hill 



David Hauswirth. 14 Bruce Clark, 14 
Windsor Woods Aragona 



Rusty Harris, 13 
Rudee Inlet 




mOw^sAv^rey. 14 Ddvid Van VIeet. 1 1 Tony Nunley 14 

*^' pf^rr^rrAro Maarimu'K WinOsOT Oaks West Ar^aona 



Susan Edwards. '15 
Kingston-KG. 



BenHicknmn 13 
Navy Housing 



ZAM 

HADIO SHARE 

KIT 

IS COMING 

lor mon 49falh 

tlSTIN 

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CLEAR 

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Virginia BMck An, Mareb If, wn - 9-| 

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Street sweepini 
super problem! 



Ke^[^ aiiy city cl^n is 
a problem, but keepii^ a 
resort city c1«uj presents 
super pnAlems. 

The trouble is there is 
very little time, day or night, 
when cars are not parked on 
the streets. That makes it 
difficult for strert cleaners 
to get around and under the 
cars to the dirt. 

But there is a time, be- 
tween 4 and 8 a.m., when 
there are 50% fewer parked 
cars. City Manager George 
L. Hanbury said, and that's 
when street cleaning (^ra- 



tions will take place op I 
places where parking is i 
lowed on t^ resort str 

To make tMjob irfl 
sweepers easiK', ) 
pril, no parkii^ signs 
those iMnirs wiU be pat| 
at strategic idaeesllo 
Wednesday and Fri<b]f 
Tbwsday and Saterday. 

Hanbury pointed out 
most (d the loading 
done until around 8 a|i. 
and some provisions arebir 
ing made for the side strel^ 
where some motel gaeail 
may be paiiced ovemii^ 



SEPTIG TUK-CE8SP00L CLOOH 
CAN NOW U PREVENTED! 



FAIRFIELD. N. J— An 
amazing bacterial discovery 
that prevents clogging of 
septic tanks and cesspools 
with a single, safe, easy- 
to-use yearly treatment, has 
been developed by FX-Lab. 
Fairfield, N. J. 

Sluggish systems and 
drainfields can also be re- 
stored to normal by fast 
actings bacterial cultures. 



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These proven FX bactei 
organisms, known as FX^ 
for septic tanks, FX-7 for 
cesspools, and FX-11 f^ 
sluggish septic tanks so^ 
cesspools are now availaU|^ 
locally. M 

Available also is a fr«# 
booklet, "The Story of Willie 
Bacteria, or How To Talo; 
Care of Your Septic Tank 
or Cesspool," from: 



Fuel, Feed & BIdg. Supplies Corp. 
1818 Pacific Ave. Va. Beach. 



Be cooler 
this summer. 

Be warmer 



nej^jAWKer. 




RAPCO FOAM INSULATION 
MEANS SUMMER SAVINGS. 

Air conditioning is meant to moke a house comfofkible. But 
wtien a house is poorly insulated the cost cxm be stiodt- 
ing. Rapco Foam Insulation acts as on insulating bcwlerto 
seal in cool air and slash electric bills. Even hwnes with- 
out air conditioning stay cooler and drier! 

RAPCO FOAM CAN CUT FUEL BILLS 
IN HALF. 




It completely seals and insulates walls. And unlite other 

types ot insulation^Rapco Foam will not settle, 

leoving uninsulated voids. 

I Rapco Foam can protect your trame and fomily. It surrounds 

j and insulates cables and junction boxes where 

I dangerous electrical fires may occur. 

loNiy RAPCO FOAM 
lis GUARANTEED 

IFOR THE LIFE 
OF YOUR HOME. 



RopcoFoom 
Insulation 

P.O.Box 1254 
Great Bridge Shopping Center 

Chesapeake, VA 23320 

L 482 -2148 

I N<wv IS thR t)Rsf lime to insulate betoreihe r«ctic tall rush ArKl i 
j to add some extra incentive vi« re ofterrKj a 1 0% discount [ 
! on all applications priced betore July 1 . ©77 





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TKXWA llff « kKJST PWULAH MA TUm 

FREE BEES 



U |«w taw « <tot or cat or uqrttiaK ym 
"«»it to dyt ««ar, m vA nn raut etass- 
JIM ad WSmiUt^ FREE. Y«, OMt's ri^, 
^WU rai !««' •< la ou- poptltf FREE BEE 
"skUw. tMs is • pabUc ^rvice proTldcd 
_l9 yMrkoaidtowB <waiiiMrity an^aper. 

Tow FREE BEE M wiU rweh Jot tte 
jirigM pM|de who will H'inlde » liM tan* fbr 
/ jtHH- udiMl. Aad if it's sonetUBK else yw 
fStaw to five away, yovr friends ud w%k-. 
ool»rs Hill qfNreciate your gwNroslty. So call 
547-4S'n to place your FREE BEE ad toaay. 



oti 
FRIS: STORY ROUR-tor 
ctlllreii to help work- 
ing pai^rts, for children 
ages. 3 to 6, (w Wednes- 
days at 7 p.m. aad Satur- 
<b^ at 11 a.m. Chesapeake 
Head^varters Lil>rary in 
Great Bridge. 



FBp • Two cats. One is 
a «jpd Uack female, spay- 
edq^iAber is a solid white 
mf^, nuetered. Both cats 
ai^^very gentle. Giving a- 
w|{{ t)ecause of allergies. 
Need very loving home, 
older couple preferred. 
947-5268 after S p.m. 



Jfou 



I FOUR CUTE Uack, furry 
i pv|» in search (tf a good 
1 home. Uotber-Golden Re-~ 
I liXfever, father - big. Itatk 

tenpier. Please call 4M- 



KJTTDa, 



I, 2 gmy, female. 
Give away. CaU 424-4252 



FREE nCTURE BOOK for 
fH%-schoolers ttat ez- 
1^1^ good eatings habits 
a^ nutritioB, "The Thiq; 
ttk Professor Forgot. 
Free copies are available 
trsfB: Consumer InfCH-ma- 
tiM, Oept. Q., Pueblo, 
LCalorat^ tlOOS. 



^TREE-Special 2 year old 
story hour at Ctesapeake 
Headquarters Library in 
Great Bridge. Every Tues- 
dlrr^atlla.m. 

jJit- . 

-noo 



WfE 



papi^s tree. Five 

iM, moOia-Anert- 

cu Spti. fitta' QoUw 

Cocker SfmitL t wad* 

three fUukt. Call 49S'- 

SWK after 2:00 week days 

^aBd«lliieek-«iid. 



SPrivitc breeder wlB give 
^tree home to wUd owls. 
J*wkM, or aqr Urds mck 
fwaited by owicr. Alnfree 
vcare tor taiaredbirAi.aa- 
>r'te peraftw.OOOMWrtte: 
|Rick at P.O. Bra 12421. 

lois^^Mdw, va. ass. 



FHIALE EMBah Srtter. 
I yrs. <dd. l|p^«d. Re - 
giitved. CaU4t7-<nm. 



FBEE-fovr Latoador Re- 
titever pn*. Free to a good 
(M 539-0^2. 




MOVIES every Wed- 
tf ^ 12:10 p.m. at 
Lttnry. 301, E. City 
lUi Ave., NoribDc. 



PBEE to good hrane-female 
m§pj I months (rid. Part 
TwrritT aad part Spits. 
Loves ehUdna. awdl'^fOBd 
«tteiidi«. Bknde wtt whtte 
Call4«7-^. 



TAILPIPES. Yon waatooe, 
we've got a lai^ selec- 
tiait nM, Ora come, 
Brat served. These are 
lUage p^jMs to fR maay 
i^ai aitf awdria. SatfUi 
m tetaf you- aid p^pe 
u make yov Aatee of one 
el these flne cM ptpu. 
C$il Ci^lda (^aft. Fraak- 
M, Ta.. 5tt-«171. 

PUPPIES-Bbdi, one mate 
aad one feaule. Tea we^a 
(M. MoBmr Kecitoaad; b- 
tt«-St. Baraanl. MMtsee 
to appreciate. CaU 340- 
4070. 



FREE B00K-"Pn9feel 
Bijrt Coad« Betore 
OtfM." 1h«e Mci^tfdo 
Misaiai, 411 llHirstimBd., 
RodM^w, X.Y. 14619. 

KITTQO-tf rianndco- 
let*. B^ nlea aad fe- 
Cm 4a2-3M7. 



3 yr. M mediam slae dog 
Hlmd breM. Female, 
qiayed. All shots. Long 
ra^sh iMtnra hair. Loves 
onMoon-aeeds jnrd. Uk- 
ea idtfUrra. CaU 543-1191. 

FREE FOEIKXX) - large 
MiViit piecea. Call 427 - 
2211, 42(-01OO. 



FREE LECTURE-C^MB to 
the public, on Sunday at 
3 p.m., sponsored by the 
Scieirtohigy Mission of Va. 
Beach. This lecture con- 
cerns "The Pot«itlal A- 
UUties (tf Ifaa and How 
Be Caa Realise Them." 
and the emcrtional tone 
scale. Call 42S-S231 for 
details. 

JPREE PUPPY - Medium 
tixe, part beagle. AuHtn- 
iraately S moaOs old. Very 
gentle. Needs a good home. 
Call 4a3-45a2. 



FEDERAL TAX ialaraia- 


tion and assistance. 


Call 


b^weea 1 a.m. and 


4:45 


p.m. Telqihane 461-3770. 



BE CMiR PRIERD- Adopt 
aad give yoor love and 
holM for mt aaimals. We 
need your Mp. Porta - 
■onn Bunaae Society. 
397-6004. 



FREE>Part German Shep- 
herd, 9 moatt old female. 
Good wtth children, house 
trained. Call 484-3267. 



FREE WEATHER REP(HtT 
l^to-tbe-hoar. Rampton 
Roada area fnrecaat. Dial 
936-1212. 



3 MIXED GERMAN Shep- 
henfe famale-aweaks old. 
Can after six 545-66^. 

FREE-Baby jars. Most are 
juator siie. few small jars. 
Good fw oakiag jeUy. CaU 
420-6554. 

FREE-pupides, mixed and 
Aqiherd. Both males and 
lennles. 9 wetks old. Call 
412- 1016. 



WAMT MMET? SeU things 
yon no longer need with a 
speedy Classified Ad. Call 
547-4571 now. 

BLACK female eat. 1 1/2 
yrs., qiayed. CaU 404-1575 



RREE - Kittens CaU 413- 
2376. 

FREE TO agood home. Fo- 
late Ooek-a-poo, it 
I old. 416-3400 



Mixed breed female papptes 
Part hodcy. ShoU and 
wormed. C^U 423-67U 



FREE-Mhdatare akepherd 
dog friendly, (ood watch 
dog. CaU 421-3005. 

FEMALE -Cock -a -poo, 
^•ded. IS montim iM. 
Free to a good tome, loves 
children. CaU 340-7243. 

BEAGLE PVP-f nenUu. 
Gmt with ehUdren. Free 
to good hMse. 486-7246, 
after 6 weekdays. 



E^eUent 
fM- flown* and i^getible 
nrtei. Loortadaaar Grant 



Brtdpe. Qm 4ao-7im af- 



TWO 

PlayM aad fsetle. Fnt to 
a good hsaM. Oaa wi^. 
one duk Wandered. Qdi 

m-im. 



(Wf am^ aad one large 



hlttans. FOUR mixed hraadpBppiea 



old. Anyone 

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mMaMi 



t. Caa be 
EU84Ka^avlUe 



Can «4-l«19wM3-063. 



tmn p^pptw-nnt Gmt- 
r»ant»A; 



nvsmr oidL__.__ 

sfea. Beead«daw««.0|*r 
eonpto wiHi ao oOw aii- 
■au piflBTad. f^ tf- 
tar6|^B.4lf.W4. 



wmMI tte to go as pair 



i^ejr ays: 



Roiiert R. 

ttoam -^k^^al-mMtol 
Mgh pertete'towpnloito 




0-FrMBee 



FREE REMOVAL from 
junk nuking lists. Write 
to the Direct Mall Market- 
ing Association, 6 East 
43rd »reet. New York, 
N.Y. lOOnandaskfortheir 
"name removal form." 
TTiey'n get the job done, 
no charge. 

BUYER PROTECTION - If 
you're in the market for a 
used car, there's a firm 
law to |Ht>teci you against 
odometer fixii«, roUing 
back the mileage counter. 
Write Ibr the free Itdder, 
"Consumer Protection Un- 
der New Antitampering 
Odometer Law," from the 
National Highway Traffic 
Safety Admiaistratioa, 400 
Seventh St. S.W., Washing- 
ton DC. 20590. 



PUPPY, 3 BUHths old. fe. 
Biale. Part hasfcey. Mack 
and white. ParUy house 
trained. Loves children. 
CaU 547-0577. 



Fl^E^Sog. mixed breed. 
6 mos. old male. Very 
affectiaaate, loves chU - 
drea. Free to a good home. 
CaU 483-4583. 

TWO DOGS-Part German 
She^ierd, 8 months old. 
1 male and 1 ffemide. FREE 
to a good home. CaU 482- 
4(^3. 



FREE treaa aad staava 
ftu- firewood. Cat your- 
self. CaU 484-68». 



FREE-Boxea of clothes- 
work dothaa, ap^tni- 
mately sine 40's, AU ax«s 
of ^ildrenn doths and 
dresses. CaU 420-3844. 

FREE caaewEM Acn- ? 

VITIES-Story and inovies, 
craft days and puppet shows 
CaU ChiUrra Co-drdina- 
tor, Peggy Forehand at 
547-6M8. 



FREE to a good home. 
1 1/2 year old male, short- 
haired, mixed breed dog. 
Loves chUdren. CaU 420- 
1442.' « 



FREE pl^vf to good home. 
Male, 6 months old. CaU 
483-2212 after 5 p.m. 



CALICO cat-less than 1 
yr. old. Hoose cat. Very 
^aUe. CaU 482-1265. 



EIGHT HEALTHY PUP- 
PIES- Part German Shq>- 
herd and part Terrier. 7 
weAs <rid. S males and 3 
females. 3 wiiite withldack 
around their ^ea, aU the 
rest are shqiherd a>k»«d. 
Mother is aminantre8hq>- 
herd. FREE togoodtmnes. 
C^ «4-4768. ^^ 

FREE TRAVEL -calendar 
listiag events sdmdaledfor 
the mid-AUullc area tUs 
winter aad spring. C<^es 
are available tf, wrttiiv 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge - 
Tumd. Dept. HB, Cape 
Ctarlas. Va. 23310. 

FREE Ubrary card cnttt- 
IM yon to aU fte books 
yon can read. Come to aay 
of oar lour loctfionn; 300 
Cadai' Road, Civic Codtf- 
l^ylor itoad * Pwtsmooik 
Kid. - We^ra Brueh- 
Pt^Mfexter A Deeatar, 
SanBi Nortott - ttdian 
River Road A agunm 
Boad. New toeaUon in Jan- 
aary ^ George Washtagtoa 
at MOiUry Hwy. 



Wn WFFER? Free 
"Provoker" nupsine. 
ValuMe iaionnttoa Amt 
poisoM ia p t oeesaed ftteii. 
BEttAL iwadias. Write 
fmmka fr^, St. Ca- 
tJarihai, m, 0*u4oLffi 
'K;9. 



GXaUM sfeaphnd, 2 yr 

M aiots. NMmd, V^ 
fOMt 1^ «Wdrea. CaO 
4f?-1919. 



nuato,. 
to mHAnm, 



IwIM 



r FREE LBTaf 

pUaaeM wWlMryi»-«ycle 

-onto ^ 
.aat^ Mrt). 
opy to 'G8A Ufa-Cycle 
of A^rtinneea " 
News, 

Af- 



ab. ud yov M^dnl wone ^^il^MMedtotte 
Mie ^f* FREE ^OC^^ Art aid fe^fMMaa Md 




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tten aie^ir to itmWA 



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to : Bofecrf R. 
be. P.O. Bez Itt, 
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GET APPLIANCE SALES 
quickly! Advertise in the 
Classified SeeUon. CaU 547- 
4571 for aa ad-writor now. 



DON'T PAY for it. Get it 
free at the Headimarters 
Chesapeake Pn|>Uc Li- 
brary: wiginalpaiMngsby 
local artists, BoUywood 
piovtes, and scolpture to 
decorate your home. We 
also tave loads of free in- 
formation to (tecorate your ■- 
mind. 

NEED A FILM or qieaker 
tor your next dub me«tiag? 
The Chesapeidte Ptfilic Li- 
brary offers free programs 
M cultorali^airs, movies, 
and new books. 

FREE punNcs. 5 wks, old 
Ready to leave. Seen at 
708 StaUmm Rd. Chesa - 
peake, after 5:30 p.m. 



NEED TO USE an out-of- 
town telephone direct(H7? 
We tave a too of them at 
tte ChMapeake PubUc Li- 
brary Headquarters. 

FREE COURSE - On per- 
sonal efficiency and 
ctaracter traits for peo- 
ple over 21. No obligation. 
CaU 428-5231 or register 
at:200 64UiSt., Va.B«ich. 

5 BEAUTIFUL lOTTENS- 
3 females and 2 males. 
2 months old. Half Siamese, 
with Siamese markings but 
not colors. FREE to agood 
hune. CaU 488-6819. 

FREE EYE INFO-Basic 
facts everyone should 
know aboid eye care from 
the Virginia Soetehr lor 
the Prevadion of ntod- 
aesa. Fw yoor trtt copy 
of "Your ^e tor a Ufe- 
tine of Si|^" #rite:Pt«- 
vent Blindness, Box 
Richmond, Va. 23216. 



NINE PART CoUie pm- 
pies, 6 weeks old. Bcnh 
male and females. Free 
to a good home. CaU 421- 
3970. 



BE THERE when the bears 
wake up! Free color bn- 
ehnre teUs you about va- 
cationing in tte Great 
Smddes, in Spring or 
anytime. Write ASvUle 
Chamber of Canmerce, 
lOU, AsheviUe, N. C. 
28802. 

FREE to a good home. 
Part Shepherd, part Labra- 
dor. Good with ChUdren. 
fooa watcn dog. CaU 482- 
2028. 

FREE-For aUe people who 
want to become more able. 
Learn how to improve your 
life, handle proldems and 
achieve your potential suc- 
cess in Ufe. Available now 
in Virginia Beach. Seven 
hours packed fUKtfuseaUe 
<bta on communication, 
purposes and goals and bow 
to achieve them. Take ad- 
vantage oftUso|9OTtunity 
to learn how to etaice un- 
wanted conditioos in your 
eaviroameitt. Free. With 
no oblintioB, to introduce 
sdei^ogy, the ptdlosc^hy 
you can mif to Ufe. Re- 
gister at ZOi-ttaa Stre^ 
or CaU 428-5231. 

FREE-ConuBWdal belt 
racfca. Five ML CaU 464- 

tm. 

FREE-BeaatilU Iridi Set- 
ter, feHMle, I year old. 
8te aee^ a fooA home in 
the eaatTf with room to 
rw. CaU «4-69M. 

PitEE ahowiag of movie 
"Brlaa's Song" rt variow 
Vln^ida Boaeh. PHbtte 11- 
brariaa dartog wedc of 
March a. CadMA y«ar lo- 
cal hnaA Iteary iaraec- 
•aaan traetieMabati«ea 
Marrf8aadl8. 

PVPlas-Mind, 5 ite. old 
Hale Wd fMUto. <^482- 
3904. 



OX puppies, (^^-a-poo. 
S tria. aid. CkA 4ie-M99 
aft«- 5:30 P.M. 

FREE- hOiralm retrt- 
•f», 2 yean dd. Good 
pat, aeate a good home. 
QiD4li-iM4 



FREE DOO-feMte CM- 
tnu Male is part (M'tm 
mi wmAt^m. Beth five 
. oU. Ne^ a food 

CaU«7-««7l. 



PA Boi IIM, 
Vn. ^ — 



FREE raE B^pw ^tf 

M*w. (ML m^m tf- 
t»4il0p.m. 



MAKE SMOKEY a word 
ttat means a trimd near- 
Iqr. Belp drive crooks 
crasy! fw Itee menber- 
ship laformatioi write: 
tookey Bear 1, CB ^>sse 
Headmartera, 1100 NE 
125th a.. Miami, Fla. 33161 



REE-Visite to the Vir- 
|da BMCb planetariam 
awry Tuesday and ShmN^ 
^feg March. Tta Pro- 
mm is ^As the Earth 
>^" which begins at .7 
^n. nch night. Call 486- 
im for r^ervations. 



^, old part shepherd and 
rrtrtever. Whitemale. Very 
^pd, very good with 
cUUren. ExceUnrtwatch- 
dof. Needs home with room 
to run and play. Call 4»)- 
W7. 



FREE FUm programs for 
kid* at Great Ne<&, Wta- 
dMM> Woods and Virgida 
Bead branch librariMiV- 
ery Saturday nKnting. 
Conlad 340-2987 tOr in- 
foraiation oa film titles, 
times and dates. 



FREE GAMES - to che(& 
out. Pit, Prd)e, Monqiidy, 
Scan, Bad^roen, Cterlie 
Bron, Raggety , .Aim, 
Ch«|t, Rd)ber puHes and 
meat more at Chnapeake 
Headquarters Library, 
Great Bri<^e Children's 
ItooQ. 

2 SMALL stany temde~ 
do^. One is a wpn- To 
a ^od home. CaU 547- 

4872. 

FREE German Oiepiierd. 
aayad, female 1 1^ yrs. 
OM, free to good home. 
Eicdieid pet. CaU 543- 
5809. 

t-»adal»etlcea 

ROOMMASE warned - eight 
room house, Dunbarton 
(KemperiUe) area. |125 
plus half d dUtties. CaU 
497-1228 or 588-2889. 

AUTO JUNK-We buy junk 
ai^>s, trucks, buses.CaU 
623-2297. 

RESPONSIBLE female to 
share three bectooom 
house year round NorUi end 
d Virginia Beach. CaU 
Jadce after 6:00-422- 
1609. 

BUY, sdl, trade, ^lies 
i 2011 off. atdn ttWalaala 

dde cofe, aad stamp shop 
BUI HaU, 1516 noroiwh- 
foeA SiMVpli>g Coder. 464- 
2121. 



I-Leat aA rm4 



iBi _jjjgjgrggclaa'Sc«otert 



)3-Hi 



£ 



5 i 



AUTO CRUSHER-A-1 junk 
car removing. All cars 
towed away free. Fast ser- 
vice. 855-4011. 

ai(%ER8 - Do you reaUy 
wad to qdt? la 5 short 
hoars, we can make you a 
BOB-smoker, tor informa- 
tton.CaU 428-29K. 



OPENENCED SEWEB- 
WiU do sewing in ny borne 
reaaondile rdes.GaU482- 
3168. 

GUARANTEED to stq> 
smoking fireplaces. Old 
tir^ces riqiaired. New 
flr^eea aaddensd^p- 
ed and Iwitt. CaU 428^ 
7350. Virgtoia BeadiFire- 
place and CUmney Sweep- 
ers. 



CIRCULAR PRINTING- 
Check our prices and 
snappy dXtet qimltty. We 
also prid newspapers for 
coUeges, high schools, mi- 
litary«basM, churches, 
anybody nnUng a profM- 
siond |»odnd. Qndllty 
low ivice, Hurt service. 
OmpMt typMetUag iac- 
Uittes. For annate eaU 
Ken Ci^^(547-4571)or 
Horris BIy {627-5ra)). 



INCOME TAX SERVICE - 
days or evenings, is my 
home. IRS regisined, con- 
fidential, reaaonahel jnrl- 
ces. CaU 482-2758. 

SEWBRMkresamaktaf aad 
aRMttoaa. AU types. Rea- 
nnaUe. CaU 545-40M. 

SEWUG - For l^st«r, aU 
dndt, man's and wonet's 
dtirgHaM too: CaU 853- 
6159. 

TTPmQ - to my home. 
MoBSO^^ dc. CaU 484- 
7mailw5PMndHiays, 
M^tline^ 



ffiJJtS-Femde, 2 bed- 
roM^ Itolh «d. Virfkria 
Bea)di.CaU4a-mSidtw 
5»4li. 



caNFffiENnALAnnag 

MiAIWMrd«ig.rtitfto2if 
m aad ta^sipit fMmd 
«ad_ hjihwt. FM» BtfD. 
I»inM.Bail34a,€bM- 

FREE ami CAftl-Md». 
V iW^eMotMtacteis 
l-^ MttwadMr* ie- 
«m to d* ^ wMod 
.Indl- 
larii- 
Mte«lRwMMte.lto^ 
l^k (Ulini«4-f 137 

motm-im. 



FOUND - Male coUie, tii 
color. Mediiy and pay for 
ad. CaU 483-8376, dter 2 
PMeaU3M-24». 

LOST - Brown dadotaad, 
female, I4yrs. dd. MIm- 
ing since SMMhy. WilMn 
Beight*^arM. CaU 547- 
4175, 



MUSTANG 1967, 219 en- 
gine, 8 cyltod«r. Motor 
ruis good. Needs body work 
1600 or bed otter. OU 

1975 • DASHER • 16.000 
mUes, Uke new. adoNutte 
factoi7 air. 2 dborcbi^, 
red with whtte intMlor, 
sacrifice d $3,800. Cdl 
482-26K. 

MGB-QT, 1974, 4 speed, 
ovMP^ve. AM-FM d««o, 
34000, Cdl 857-0121 or 
484-^794 after 5. 



CAPRI - 1971, 2000CC, 4 
Speed, good condttton-geod 
mUeage. New red paint. 
$1295 negoUible. Call 
499-3094. 



VOLKSWAGEN BUS - 1970 
$700. Blue and white. Good 
Condtion. CaU 42S-7971. 



69-FORD-LTD, radio, ele- 
tric windows, addnatic 
transmissioo. aew Ur«s, 
good eonditipo, $480. 485- 
^68. 



CADILLAC - 1973 Fled- 
wood Brongtam D'Eleg- 
aqw, $419Si well main- 
tained. CaU 499-3636 



CHRYSLER - 1974 New 
Ymter, dr conditioning, 

AM'FM dereo, ezcelent 
(jonditioB, crdse codrol. 
MUttu? movtog, mad seU. 
^.900 CaU 484-0760. 

1970 OLDSMOmjS - 4 
door. Delta 88. radto. air 
power deering and brakes. 
Needs body work $600. CaU 
424-9^4. 



MERCBDES-1968. 250 se- 
daa, owipldely rebdlt. aU 
extru, $4200, (Ml 587- 
3578. 



1976 - Do(%e ftmUy wagen 
6 moMha old. E«»U«d 
eondilien^ Fdly MpioB- 
tdned. Ndhiar <tote^idu 
over pi^mente. Calim- 
5958. 



TR6-1974, AM-FM. li«- 
pge rack, ra<Ual». superb 
ccndttfon. $4100 CaU 627- 
3769. 

1975 - Fopd, 2 dr. Mavw- 
ick. Burgundy with tan in- 
terior, 1 owner. 22,00frmi- 
les, 3 speed, AM-FM rad- 
io, Uke new. New cod 
$3200 wUl sdl for $2400 
cash. CaU 484-7948or 483- 
3930. 



LDfCOLN -1967 Continen- 
td, 4 doors, good body, 
good tranqwrtatkm, $575. 
CaU 461-2168. 



HONDA - 1973 Hatehtack, 
automatic, needs work. 
$1^ negotiable. CaU 424- 
23U. 



BUICK LTD, 1975, Ught 
due with v^te landau tap, 
air-condUt i onedfaU power, 
tut whuO, eruuM codrol, 
casMtte deA, Uke new, o- 
rigindowwt. $5,875. CaU 
543-M74 after 5 p.m. 

1975 IXXXiE VAN. ex - 
eeUed eoodftion. FMstO'^ 
eo, casMlte player, air 

aeanditlMdag. poiwiteer- 
!. CarMad and paired 
erior. Heavy dnbr op- 
ttons. Poai-tradial. CaU 
463-1443. 

WGA - 1973. 40.000 Bd., 
•x^led tranqnrtation, 
new ehiti% hut tospeetod. 
Can 499.^. 

HIRE (HrTtTAlRXMGwork- 
ers wtth "Be^ Wanted' ads. 
CaU 547-^1 now ftv your 
«ikftresalts( 

CODGE-Md Van, 1971, 
toitie iof, fdly lasdded, 
roof top omper air-con- 
ditloaer, 3^ adcmiatie 
traimmisdoB, pown-ste- 
triagand htil^. $2,000. 
464-1148. \ 

omnaim - liTs ^a, . 

red, wMi, jba^wheds, 
AM-FMb Alio, heater la- 
dMed; touMdmdhal, 
rtd i to Hriaeaiisgioa 



u 



iva-im, cj-5, dd«» 

modd, mm, cdl ^• 



8ak>n t^, loUed, Md- 

9 d^RSg 0d powrMa* 
te. Ma d 4» (Smmi 
torn Mvd., Va. 



.HO' 

twin i7nuii«c necflls tup 
end work. Can be fixed 
or used for parts. $50 or 
best offer. 487-'0697. 



U^BMteJIariMSuMlte^ 



CABAVELLE - 1974, 19' 
OMC ootHWve, 225 HP, 
ftilly equipped, trdler, e- 
lectric winch, ftaU canvas 
cover, less Uian 40 hrs, 
LUe new. $5500. 499* 
5389, 497-7908. 

GRADY WHITE -Awler. 
1174, 120 l-O OMC, tow 
hours, fdl canns, SOMtt. 
traitor wlthel^ricwlndi, 
may edras, mint codi- 
Uoa. (^U 499-8750. 



GRADY WHITE - 27' S|port 
Fisberman 1967-1972 270 
CnisaiiM, de^ 4, ^nd 
up head, CB radio, dinette 
bimini top, $4,000 orbed 
offer. CaU 481-7192. ' 



^i3-^»tatod^ 

MANAGER TRAOiEE'S 
men and women local dis- 
triUbdors r^weseiAd - 
ii« fortune 500 con^pu^, 
presedly seddng respon- 
sible individiml to ed«- 
traidng program. No ex- 
perience necessary. We 
wiU train you. $710 modh 
to start. Managemed op- 
portunity wittiin 90 days. 
CaU 424-4992. 



IF TOU SNOW BOW TO 
MAKE things wortc, advertise 
"Services" to the Wad Ads. 
CaU 547-4571. 



Llotnsed 

LifeAg«nts 

This is your 

drMmi 



Wa tave oar hands fdl 
earamag a grev d over 
4«.0Memploymina]tfe 
toawan ci baaeflt exda • 
dfdlylbalra. 



_ 



*1tocaUedl« 
*llQr^ecla 
*lttUadtodaaiii^ 
CaB (1) 9M - OOSS be- 
n a.ai. and noon 

amMmnds andper- 

d&tervieir. 



.C06M|npS* ^ a Masdiall 
.Fi;^l4illly.jHtadtAHlll. 
paay is eqjaafing to Va. 
Field Creations Inc. Part- 
time consultants needed. 
Pos^rie to earn $100^ 
$175. CommiMion sdes. 
Satd name. addr«ss. and 
tdqibone number to: Box 
1327, C/0 Chesapeake 
Pod, Chesapedce, Va., 
23320. "SmaU investmed 
needed." 



FUND RAISEBS-Bonsehold 
Item p^videf 40% profit, 
no iavntmoit reiiiiired. 
Detdls. Sw IMdrto^w 
Co. Box 6MS Va. Beadi, 
Va; 23456. 



BABYSITTER and 1^ 
booadnai^, 5 daya a 

wedt, 8 a.m. to 5 p.B. 
Mad tave o«m transpor- 
tation. 547^0444 after 5 



PAST TOiE-d home ttOO 
k more ntklj poastote. 
S«d adfaddTMsedstam- 

KoavebvetoLAMEn- 
JHlsM, 1504 TraUridge 
Rd., ChartottesvUle, Va. 
22903. 



CURRITUCK BOUNTY* 
moyocfc area-Earn extra 
money. SeU sntecr^oas 
to your homdown uews- 
pnper, Chenpeake Pod. 
Big coanmissioBs. Can aim 
aa mach as $200 a sMc 
iB ydar qiare IIbmIIQUI 
Jim Bran at 547-45'n. 

PAirr umi - $3.00 per 

kovr to tdopbone bodmas 
Otma. ExMU«dii»'homeT 
mam* wW pre sehod 
age chUtbw. Write Aldl- 
m Cdor 3rd A Broad St 
i^n^iee. New Jerw^ 
0IS18. 



NEED Edra Mon^ We 
need sdneone who is wlU- 
tag to worit. Rdlred 
«■ a^- rdired. Tear 
ronnd omtodid ao^caa. 
Sboanp«-<ky.CaU340- 
3121 or U6-WS. Between 
10-2. 

REMOOELnC CM YOOR 
Btod? Y<w'U itad ttM te- 
jQbUded totoday'aOaa- 
''"MdSedioB. 



JOOsP WAms . Woman 

Vflttv to VMk Md IMTB. 

cmm-im. 



WtUL AT mS to opare 
tea. ^nm»MmwM 



2K pUs stadHd aelf-ad- 
draaiad anvdopa to: R.P. 
MLES. P. 0. Box 8327 

HerrillvUle, 



WANTED ~ part time. 
$8.00 hoar to' telitiMe 
baslaeas firms. EmiaUad 
tor hooM mahtn wtthprt- 
adHd agt drildraa, Write 
Aladdin Color, 3rdABroad 
Itiwat, FlorMea, NewJer- 
leyOifU. 



EXECUTIVE 
Highly regarded Company 
has a career pedtion open 
for u enetfeneed sates 
person. Reqdres self- 
starter who can auaage 
himseU and a territory. 
High commtesloas. Noisy* 
efts. EipansepaldtralBteg. 
No l^vastaatt. ForUfe- 
ttme cadwcttoa can 1-800- 
247.24M. 



WHAT ARE TOU ddi« to^ 
rpw man time right now 
od ^Drovidaa extra to - 
owie? U yow auwer to 
wtWag, ydyonareambl- 
tiow eaoaph to Usten to 
a realisttc opportudty, 
caU 420-0977. 



WBEN YOU'VE GOT KIT- 
TENS TO spare, ftdihem 
good htHUM wtUi onr Free 
Bee Ad d no cod to yon. 
CaU 547-4571, 



FREE BEE REAI^R 
Drive with care, dont be 
a speeder. You might nm 
owr a Free Bee reader! 



Trim Off 
Excess 
Pound* and 
InchBS. 

R can h^ipen to You With 
Our Blgh Prdeto Natural 
Vftamto Weigtt Loss Pro- 
gram. 

withod oerdae 
wiUmd hanger palna 
HMtod attrvatton dieU 
Thbi.,to a 1^ fnMM, an- 
iiM«a. M^ aearee with 
Ito aaiuaa nddtives. 
Haaiay 1^ Gnanatee if U 
doMatworfctofiM. 
IbtwdOlMary 



EXTKACASH 
tt'a dreaqr...idverttsete 
thta^ yo« no loager need to 
tte daadSed edvnns of 
your hoaMtom newqp^er. 
la pradieaBy no time d aU. 
peopte to yonr ndgHxn-bDod 
wttl know mmi jrau taw to 
aeU. Yoa'ra on tte raad to 
extra cadL. jonabody wiU 
read your ad ud taqrt 



top-fBdttlv 



OflAM-FED 
BBEF 



*<^ WVpad to 




W^idmmit Fanm 

ftadBrti^ 



Is By 
wn«, UrMi #ndie'4Ul 
Ito^Ms. Ex-fint 
iMdtor. Cdl 482- 



StT" 



EARN-$80 weekly at home, 
spare time. aMDag aivd- 
opes. briMwdton rush 
nM m steaved^Mf - 
^dTMsed aawiflqM to 
MONET, 44Ull.flBaeod(, 
DaveBport. Iowa 52807. 



HELP WANTED - Insur- 
aace sales, no inm, need 

■ Mte peope toddtag tor a 
rewardflc carter i«h one 
of tte larger iaorance 

' compades to America. ' 
CaU397r7061. 



B0USEWIVE8 -worfcfled- 
biebrs.. earning eK.com- 
miasiao as Bedtoe Fash- 
ton ^Ud. 2 iwdrobes 
yearty withod investmoit. 
Cdl ler persond ider- 
view, 547-2417, '486-1045, 
487-3709. 



HIRE DEPENDABLE WOraC- 
ERS wiUiClassified Ads. CaU 
547-4571 now and gd fad 
results! 

HOUSEKEEPER - Mon. 
through Frt. 8 AM to 1PM 
Mud have o«n tnaspor- 
tatiott aad references. CaU 
464^569 after 6 PM. 



EARN EXTRA MONEY- 
SeU sdMcripUons to your 
hometown newspaper, 
Ches^wake ^»t and Va. 
Beach Sub. B% commiss- 
tons. Can earn as much as 
$200 k wedi to your spare 
time. CaU Jim Brown at 
547-4571. 



BABYSITTER WANTED - 
Borcova Estetes area, 
Chesi^ieake. 2 Childm 
Generous terms. Your 
home qr mtoe. CnU 497- 
0129 after 6 P.M. 

(X>MPANK)N - Fdl Ume. 
Prderad middle age fe- 
mde. Room andboardplus 
salary, Sodh Norfolk area. 
For dderly lady. 543-5512 
dt. 6 p.m. 



CARE for two and p«»sd- 
i^Uf ttree dderly lades 
in my home. CaU 547- 
8347. _^ 

BABTirrmG - S «iys a 
Mdr « part-Ume. tm. 
aad q». MerrUldds'- 
CtomdUaad area. GM1M4- 
81S» 



DAY CARE tor eUerlypeo- 
^. Eiqperieawd oanes 
aid. My hMM. Ay wwedc. 
f^n 4^1883. 



MBTSrnwO-ages 2 add 
m Bot bMhe»^i;ddad. 
naetta Apt d«a. CaU 
48$^4229. 

WILL care foreUerlyper- 
aon to my hnne. Billtop 
area. CaU 4;B-6658. 

bABYiET'nMG-My home. 2 
y^rs and up, fenced yard 
Londcm Bridge area. Cdl : 
340^6460. 



SEWOfG - For Easter, aU 
date, den's and wodran^i, ' 
Atttrations too. CaU 853- 
6155. 

BABTaTTDKi - 5 days a 
M*A. Experienced, plenty 
of toys and fenced to yard. 
CaU 421-3949. 



l5-Bad»a«OBportedty 



BE OfDEPiENDENT-OpHr-* 
ate yov Ofn aa^snUyad-' 
vertind durpd and t^m- 
stery deaatog badness. 
Low cadi toVMtmed. For' 
detaUs caU 543-3083. 



19-Lecd toatmetion Ctewai 



ATTENTION-Trato to be- 
COTie TraefaH- TraUer Dri- 
ver-Diesel Mechadc - 
Btavy Eqa^mad Opera- 
tor-Mdd lidMcemed - . 
Insaranee Adjadors add 
tovestigators. CaU 480 - 
8508. 



BATON TwirUag, march- , 
lag and strdtiag. Smdl' 
classes and ptlyate les- / 
sons. Fy>rfttrtteriirfDrma- ; 
tidL c^ 486-4908 after ; 

''""■ ' Ilcajir 

21-ftivate^«iigatot ^ 

GUITAR, Banjo, plabo, or-* 
gan and drumlfssdu. Pri-' 
vde or group indrucUon. 
Beginners and adnaced. 
Accbdited teacters to 
Oiurdiland, Va. Beach and 
NortoUL areas. CaU.420-^^ 
4M2. if no answer 588 - 
,5603. _ 

mSTRUCTiCKi CLASSES 
NnnMS Aides -CMerUea- 
Oak BUI Meded Trddi« 
School. Grtat Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



EXPERT piano la^uetion- 
M aU levda by my ex- 
P*riMced ptoi^ andtea- 
dter. CaU $48-7958. 



Dnaa. r!»i» 
mSSimSk 



Fete 



TOY POCH»LES - 2 blade 
mde AKC regidered pops 
CaU 857-6430. 



COCKER SPANIEL-Pms, 
AKC r^idered, 4 males 
red and Uond. Accept- 
ing dqweite now forde- 
Uvery to Aiail. 423-7606. 



ABY^NIAN KITTENS - 
CFA rogi^ared, Ctamploa 
aired. 424-3508. 



P00DLE8-!mte toy ad- 
os, AKC rei^tersd, 8 
w«*s, 543-79W7 



POODLE PUPS-Toy, AKC 
registowd ndes. beadi- 
fd. 853-1133. 



ro^LE PUPPffiS-(3) 
^Cregtotered,$65,4^- 



craMAN sBsra^os 4- 
L^SSf' ^ •«* cJi 

545-4(S6. 



T(»U^IRE iwssmB&J^^ 
AJ» rw^erdl, etaaptotf 
blood tte. f ifti. dd,^ 
maaM»torde«4i«BowJ 
»iU«ttJ#M.Fnrdto^ 
^MtetedK toMrsM-: 



POC»LES - ran Ha^ 

ItoddwaC AdSi^min''! 
^^^^d. WA mA. cm 

tm iigidiiiiMt. mt»t 

wormed.^ 4tt'lll0. . 



oouA pmann tf c •• 

MMiaadtrtM 




oaM^14 



1. 



*-*^-^ 



wfrwm 



^^^'^^^^^^^^^^^pwippppppppppippppppi 



tCilfMB 



'joules, 
"■^.n aiiu •('•'cot toy 
malet trom chknpioQsbip 
btckcrounds. AKC regis 
t«red. 855-4961. 



M-Horm-Cltttt Eu. 



ARABIAN STALLION - 
Gre«a Acres Maarc . Stand - 
tag for 1977, visitors wel- 
^'>]£.coine. Great Bridge Stud 
P^ Service, 401 Warrick Rd., 
Great Bridge. Call 547- 
M91, 



WAKT TO BUY A TRAIN? 
Tke American Freedom 
; Train U for sale. The 23 
:-,cars which boosed such 
priceless oblects as Eli 
WUtaey's canon gin and 
ttt original telegraph can 
be ba4, minos engine, for 
1750.000. It's pOssltde one 
car may be purchased. Af- 
ter loggUv 29,000 alles 
OD a 21*moathtaar,aiidett- 
(ertainlDg g.g mllUon peo- 
ple oo hotrd and another 
140 milUoD at trackslde, 
the Anwlcan Freedom 
Train is slovlj being strip- 
ped of its historic freight 
and awaits to be sold. Hay- 
be someone in Tidewater 
Virginia might want to boy 
all or part of it. If in- 
terested, contact the Uni- 
ted Traa^xfftatlon Union, 
14H0 Detroit Ave., Cleve- 
land, Ohio 14107. 



OLD DOLLS-Franklln D. 
Roownrdi signed papers 
sad other papers. Old pic- 
tnre frainee and old 71 
r«»rds. Call 411-2617. 



mmm's gemitae foU 
iingtt Icn^r coat Oe^ 
•Mt. Siseg . lfe««a* worn. 
|M, Can after 5:30 - 460- 
0S«3. 



AOmtESS LABELS-nseon 
ererything, ide^l gifts 
1,600 Regularly |1.80, 
a^iwaal 11.50; Handsome 
glimiMd. DAWSCHI, Bos 
1M4I, Chesapeake, Va. 
23325. 

1 IMqd^ OiMnet ^40" 
X 5' «2' -^50. 2DU- 
pky Gahiadl • 43 x 13x 
54 < liSO ior bbO. Cash 
registtr • MaJtenalAnad^, 
*ltUMiil W. mA^0^ 
dry - 2 lor $20. Omter 

l»o. eatt4n-2a3. 



ANTNOS a)UECT(ttiB 
che<^ the Want Ads weddy 
for rare values. Turn back 
nowl 

I 1 ■ r T. 

ElOLY'i ANTIQUE ^K)P 
Open <tolly. 3204^1^ St. 
PortsmoitfL AU tyiMM of 
anginas, eA glass, china, 
fomttare. Baidtgnericard 
ttsd Master Charge. (^ 
3»7-i0«. 



■R!l5Sr 



BOidGMV 



6 PC. Living Ronn Sc^. 
2 Piece WMtk viqrl ra 
aise seetkwa, I ^iusofd- 
fiMftide. tglusndteb- 
l1«s, 1 ^m» (gg^tair im 
fiKk ensUon. 1^ orbest 
oOw. Like new. Call 413- 
2523. 



HOUSE SALE -Refrigera- 
tor, <fry*r, antique'bar, 
irtc. Ilost sett. Come by 
MytlBe. M7-24th St., Va. 
. Bm^ Va. Todiee Chase 
^Condorialnm. 

ffiARS-Portttft Kenmore 
•fiUhwa^ier. Excellent 
ooiMtttkw, lite Mw. Bar- ' 
ve^ gold witk i^ric brown 
teim»t<q>.«eS.CaU547- 
2205. 



STOVE-AitflqfDe Pot Betty, 
bnru wood or coal. It 
'Works, $150.00, «t-7525, 
411-044. 

14-Flreiwod 

nunvOOtMLll hirdwood, 
3)^4 Ion tm& load. S^t, 
ildtvered and stadced. $35 
iXM l-m^m. ble (tf 



- 


Loans 


_. 


NOTE and AUTO 




ItorMk 




County 


/ 


Finance Co. 




LOCALLY 




mn& 




402-3381 


~ 


a« BAtn^FIFJ^ W.VI> 

ini.«)i» . 

WNIHI'IKNiJ <:k«tkk 



ignien or uioer 
CtU4M-06IL 



LASH PWD-tor furni 
ture, tools, jewtlry, u. 
any household it«ni; CiU 
461-3834 day or night. 



Il-C«tei 



NORVrew RARE COTtS - 
Norfolk's nort matMe, 
buy, sell trade, bufli^ sli- 
ver coins. 42 Soidtem 
Shopping C«Bter, Noriblk, 
953-8118. 



U-Jewelfy>Wa^>e 



For Sale 

BRACLET Watch. . 14 K., 
Gold 1" wMe wtthp^ 
shape ormm^ and dia- 
monds on top. V«7 mlu- 
able. CaU 5^-lW2. 



Ring- ladies diam(^ sol- 
itaire. Platinum setti^. 
Center stone 345. Side 
stones, .20 each. Ap- 
praised in 1975 for 
$11,550.00. Price-$7,E00. 
CaU 489-1748 or 423-7113. 



t8-Qoed1Mn»tefiat 

FOR SEVEN EASY, Deli- 
cious, Ualipie, Nutritiotts 
and Thrify Recipes, Srad 
$1.00 to RIVENDELL, Ele- 
ven Ifaln St., Bingbrat(» 
N.Y. 13905. 

OYSTERS-Shocfced intheir 
own- jnice. . Across from 
Hnrd's SeUood Restaurant 
off of Uttle Hade Rd. Call 
Earl Smtth at 340-5171. 

JMfRE ODNEY - Light 
/OF -^, $30.50 for SO lbs. 
lirai deUver. BOl A Kits 
Honey of ttie Shenandoah 
VaUey, Ht. 8, Harrison- * 
bui^ , Va., 2280L 703- . 
434-3953. 



IF YQU HAVE IW KNOW- 
HOW, Want Ads have the 
job. Check now! 



IfoLahfs' 
NtirMry 

OrsMhouse 

Flowwtng 9uiri» 
OrnuMMmls 

714 Cater Rd.GreatBr^K« 

Phone 547-2244 



DKT-FGLL, 69 soU, said, 
laads^Mt. CaU 486- 
3504, 4KM709. 

IT'S SPRING Planting time! 
Free em 48-k. Planti^ 
Gidde-Catalc^ in color, of 
fruit trees, berry plants^ 
grapevines, landscape 
^ant material. Wiynes - 
boro Nurseries -Waynes- 
boro, Va. ^MO. , 

' 3l-:Fam Eqii^Bnt 



1060 QfTERHAIIONAL 
Tractor wtth cab and air, 
dual wheels, 1000, hours, 
exceUoit- shape, $17,000. 
CaU Frasklin 562-6249^^ 



»7-lladinery>Tod* 



HYDRAULIC TRUCK 
Crane- 12 1/2 tpn.OO'boom 
etceUol condign. CaU 
855-9596. 



^'Houses Fnmishto 

±s, living 
srtjib '*ixa tiicpiace, din- 
<« room, and den, fuUy 

carpeted. 428-1754. 486 - 
0822. 



li-F«rR«iior&le 



HOMESE»(a@ - THE 
RENTAL PEOPLE. Ren- 
tals tl^^hwt TUewater 
area. AU ^i^es. All te- 
^r^iOms.- JUl sitaatfoos. 
(^ 7 teys. 480-2720. I56 
E.LttUeCredcEd. 



GREAT BRIDGE - 1 b«i- 
itwa, dupia, aU otilities 
apfdluces, {m«s O.K.. An- 
gles o;k. CaU 480-2720. 
HOH^EEK^ $25 FEE. 



St-ror Xeol or We 



62 



^^m 



Jvn hn Mf 



40-HohaeHgiM 



isspssr 



BAYV0OD-ltf}5, 12'x70', 
Just take over balance 
$154.96 mo., partly ftim- 
ished. CaU ^-4870. 

•roWNCRAFT - 1971, 12'x 
60', 2 bednn.,imfiimlshe(i^ 
e»»Uent location. Pern - 
broke area, lovely mobile- 
home park, $4500. CaU 
428-4751 



i4« 



3 rd Annual Si)ring 

GOAT SALE 

Han to mAe your spring Goat <lispersal at 
this Mr aUQtion 

Sdiithampton Agricultura 

AND 

Civic Center 

Highway 58, bcntween Franklin and 
Ccwttland, Virginia 

NORTHERN BUYERS 
WILLBEATTfflSSALE 



FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT 
BEN HOWELL 

Piwne 562-2143 

FRANIOJN, VIRGINIA 



FINERoSBnnHeaufri^ 
ful bath, ideal for Minis- 
ter or Priest, in wonder- 
ful Christian borne atNew- 
towne South near Koger 
Center. Looking for a 
permanent type person that 
wiU antedate a flae 
homey atmosphere, <ialM 
and i^ceftil. M^Us^^n lie 
arrayed lor too. GMemin- 
ister to be. is already here. 
•53-4720. 

CHESAPEAKE - 2 bed- 
rooms, <m acre, {Net O.K., 
Kid O.K., n^r sta^hg 
$200. CaU 480-2720 
RdUESEOCERS. ^TEE 



WHAT'S HAPPENlNd in 
Viifiaia B«ch? Keep up 
wtth the hom^own news 
with a subscription to the 
Virginia Beach SUN.De- 
Uvered to your mafl box 
for an . ettire year (52 
wetics) for only $7.00. CaU 

486-3430. 

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E 
SERVICES 



nDUSlWAL A 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 

AIR COMPRESSORS 
, AND AIR 





TOOLS 



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^4333Biinl)rldgeBlvd 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air Coo^ressors 
.Space Beaters 
.Chain Saws 
.WeMeii 
.Foriclltts 
Cranes 
.PuiiVC , 

543-5723 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 



Builders 

Hmae Improvements 

Contractors 

Garage^ittders 

Room Additions 

AlnminuinSd^ 

Roofs -Carports 

Kitchen Remodeling 



545-7318 

Hugh E. Biack, St. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesqteake, Va. 



PIANO tuning and repair 
Player pianos also re- 
paired. Old piano aspecia- 
Uty. 

CaH48d-5916 



ROOM AKOTJONS 
.nXCjaGM REMODEUHG 
Ip^giefflf i^ngeiMd 
amtaihgaxiiittr. ■• c^c,- 
l^CootMi garage in a dta 
or fhmlljr room 

Ceramic Ttte, Brick, A 
Bloekmwk 

We oaciallse in 
Home ImprovementsI 

R.H. BLACK 



HMie Inprovemnt Co. 
299-8469 397-717« 
ANYTIME EVEMIIKS 



You Can Use 

TWs Space 

For '7.98 

a Week 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning^ steam 
extraction carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
stripping, window cleaning, 
caipet and upholstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
insured. 

FREE ESTIMATE. CaU 
DOMESnCARE at 485- 
1971 or home eatt 487- 
7787 



HIRS 6UTSTAia)lN6«eek- 
ers wtth "Help^.Waitted'' ads 
CaU 547-4571 now for your 
quick results! 



HAVE AN APPLIANCE YUU 
DCOPT use? SeU tt for cash 
With a Want Ad. CaU 547 
4571. 



ARTISAN SERVICES. 
Formally Rowe A Lom Ser- 
vice DipartmMt. Joe Rowe 
Concert Piano Tning A Re- 
pairing. 

CaU for estimatui 
414-3604 414-6365 



You Can 

Use This Space 

'3S9 A Week 




Youcantrusta 



«44lf0 




REALTOR 



HOUSE OF THE WEEK 



:860 Greenvlew Rd. - Green Meadow Point 



J 

5 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, 2 &nily rorais, sb»e 
fireidaee, central air, thermapsiu winctows, doid>le 
attached garage. Wooded lot. Located in Western 
Branch School Am. Covered t^ an ERA Buyers 
ProtecUM Plan. 

CaU Ir^e Whitfield 484-5433 or Sasser Realty 
484-6690. 



TlM Realtors below are psiMtesdattls in r«al Mtate 
wiM Mtacrflfe to » strict m# o(i|!^ as mtmiMm 
rf b»lMAttalehou^ud«f flwHnBenl AsseeiatlMi 
ofRealEsbteBovte. 



2860 Greenvlew Road 
Green Me^Klow Point 



Profct your InvBsmmitl $•• om ofth*9m l9adlng ana Raaltor^ 




Taytor Brotfiers 
Rea^ Cd. 



3104 T«C NECK ROaD 
««I»k«OUTM, V«CINIA 

464-4542 




FW (^CK RE^JLI^ 

1800 ^eedy Ave. 
Chesapeake. Va. 23320 

CAU 
424-37i0 



MSKff 




srooCtNitrfitandnvd 



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VACATKmiN 

THE MOUNTAINS 
A te f^mttst M|onpi- 
ten, Ple^ to ito M Lite 
and SM^wa^kOlfotMaK. 
gem«rt arM. fMUMr 
boatfng. mi»i, mM, TV. 
eto, J^adows llvfiw arm. 
Screw perch, I he^omes, 
2 haOis, MHidera WU3m 
perfect for large ihslly 
groi^. Doer Trades, f 
te »MMy, Jr., now. 
HMhH «., Harrtaoihwg, 
Vs. 8U01. 



VA. BEACH- 1 bedroom 
^>artment. Singles OK. 
$150. 2 bednxmi hoiBe, 
some utUitles. $1754 bedr 
room house, &igles OK. 
1150. 4W-27rarH6ME - 
SEEKERS 125.00 FEE. ^ 



5i-FwrSaleya.Beaci 



LAUREL C0VE-4bedrm., 
2 1/2 baths, Ivgefamrm. 
with fireplace, din rm., eat- 
in Ut, 1 1/2 car gar., extra 
large Moving rm., Custom 
drapes and carpet go wtth 
bouse. 2600 sq ft. By owner 
Can 481-0899. 

OCEANS TOWERS-Ocean- 
frtmt, tovely, 1 bedrm., 
waterfhjot, 5tt floor, con- 
dominium by owner. Call 
425-5111^ 622-1100. 



KING FOREST - 3517 Sea 
GuU Rd.,-(4>en bouse U to 
3 Sat. A Sim. Prestige com- ■ 
munity close to bases and 
school. Clean ready for 
occiqnncy. 4 bedroom, 2 
lAE baths. Any type financ- 
ing. 156,500, by owner. Call 
428-1200. 

FAIRFI£LD - VA an>rai- 
sed $69,000. By owner for 
$66,900. 4 bedrm. brick 
ranch, 2 1/2 bath, den with 
ftrqdaee, fenced yard, 
many extras, (^n House 
1 to Sdaily, 661 Lord Dun- 
more Dr;, Call 420-5321. 



GREEN RUN-Low assump- 
tion Off this Contemporary 
3 bedrm., 2 bath, 3 patio 
ranch on oversized canal 
lot. Energy saving fire - 
place and beat pump. CaU 
340-5258. 



BRITTANY ESTATES 
Lakefront, wooded, 4 oed- 
rm. brick ranch, den with 
firepUice, fenced yard, 
bulUiead with fishing pier. 
Available immediately. 
Many extras. CaU 481- 
0646. 



^fulp^dkE IfEADOWS- 
Cnl-de-sac, 4 bedrm., 2 
story. 2-1/2 baths, dhi. rm 
oversized fkm. rm. wtth 
fir^lace, waU to waU car- 
peting, fenced in yard, 2 
zoned central air eond- 
tttoning, weU with pump, 
For sale by owner, 351900 
CaU 499-U32. 

VA. BEACH - 4 bedcmsu 
2 1/2 baths, Liv. rm., dln-^ 
ing rm., »t-in kitchen, 
paneUed family rm. At- 
tached garage. Completely 
, fenced fnmt and back. By 
' owner $39,000. CaU 340- 
6620. 



WIHAN UVJEB-Retirtiwor 
Just starti^ mrt? Extra 
nice 2 bedrm., aU electric 
i^iUty rai„ lar)^ tn^ 
yard, mu . utility sted, 
many extras, $25,000 or 
eoittir and assune. CaU 
5^-8524. • 

CmEAT BRIDGE - Lovely 
brick, nm^, Liv. rm.,d!o. 
rm., 3 bedrm., 2 laths, 
eat-in Ut., den wtth fire- 
place, 2 car gar., imfln- 
isbed roOB over ^rage. 
$54,7&0, by owner. CaU 
482-3171. 



RAWTREE-3 and 4 bed- 
room ranches in (piiet, 
wooded couirtry from 
$34,950. CaU 4e-3<%4 or 
488-8206. 



RAINTREE-4 Bedroom, 2 
stories in quiet, wooded 
comtrv. From $34,950. 
Call 485-3054, 488-8206. 



GREAT BRIDGE - WUson 
Heights. By owner, 4bed« 
room., 2 bath, brick ranch' 
double gar., trees, $62,500. 
VA appraised. CaU 547^ 
2483. 



CAMELOT - 3 bedrm., 2 
baUi, d», fireplace, din. 
rm., gar., comer lot, heat 
pomp. 2 yrs. old, $5800 
and assume $334 monthly. 
CaU 485-1634. 
special notices 



GREAT BRUXSE GAR- 
DENS - New 3 bedrm., 
1 1/2 JMtb, ktt.-den com- 
bined, heat pump, central 
air, $39,500 boUder 547- 
3833. 



NEED A CAR but don't have 
the time to traipse around 
looking for tt? Want to seU 
a car iHit don't know where 
to find a buyer? Relax! Use 
the ever-active pages of 
your hometown news- 
papers' classified section. 



14 UNIT MOTEL F<» 
SALE cm LEASE - Boum 
Mills, N.C.. SnUesSMtth 
<a Vimnla Une on U.S. 11 
and Wraeootal Wi^rwny. 
Priced reasosabte-owner 
can floaace, CaU4a$-6^6. 



iML<lsi»rtrt> 



■■liMMMMMtaaBmmnHi 

mwt LIT mttm- 
tiaan nm im^t lb. 

sure to ctedEthebe^^- 
es Jtor sale latc^y'sCIas- 
slDedAds, 



ALL typM nfMMtag, 
^n|rtA«, dedriol, ■*- 
soniry, ao Job too snail. 
CaU 587-1301 aqrtine,day 
ora^. 



GE0IM3ET0WN 
COLONY 

HOME Srri^ FOR SiALE 

for 
Ptofie phumiag Homes 
A Cmtom MUers 
SALES OFFICE . . 
333 Provldeiice Rd. 

CaN 464-9317 



dAilDEN PODfT SHORES- 
60 minutes from Va. Beach. 
Ready to buUd. 4 sided, 
canal snrrounded lot. Ap- 
proximately 2 acres^ Ac- 
cess to Albermarle Sound. 
Septic tank, deq) weU, ele- 
ctricity and hoike founda- 
tion. Like a private is - 
land. CaU 340-7951. 
FREE BEE 



MONUMENTS, BURIAL 
LOTS - 2 burial tots and 
Bronze Memorial 44x13", 
$800. CaU 464-3780. 



FINIfflED OFnCE LOTS 
Cedar Rd. A Albermarie Or. 
7 iinisbed oCBce sites 1/2 
acre each. Water, sewer, 
curb A gutter iacladed. 
Adams McCabe A Lester 
490-2791 



LOT ciearuv, GrSid^, 
Demolition, Acmge 
clearii^. SniaU or large 
joN. By to hour, orj/eb. 
FREE ei^m^ - oUl 547- 



GET •APPUAMCE SALES 
quickly! Advertise fo the 
Classified Section. CaU 547- 
4571 for an ad-wrtter now. 



HOUSE CLEANOIG-We do 
house cleaning attics, pan 
ages, and hauling of Ml:, 
kinds. CaU 543-7K4. sn 

: . aaat 

PLASTERUfG - LARGE gfeb 
smaU. Very reasonafatasH 
CaU 623-2667. tisiD 



FDIE EXTINGUBHERSja^ 
deal for home, car, bOits 
$4.98 ea. 3 for $13 (0)09^ 
Free home delivery-SUw" 
DISTRIBUTQK. CO., Bdi^ 
6355, Va. Beach, Va.234SI^ 

jblo 



IF YOU 

DONT NEED 

IT SELL IT 

WITH A 

WANT AD 



DONPOPE joi 
REALTY o*^ 

nod 
Don Pqw has opened a iwlt 
estate office in the P«M9} 
bnAe Office Park ac natt 
from Sears in PembrSR' 



Mall. 



I List Ibem, SeU 
Rent them, and Bay tbe|i{^ 

PembnAe Office Par^^ 
PembnAe One Buildiqix 

a Virginia Beach ^,4 
Cal490-150lSS 



Congratulations 

Salesman of 

the Month 




' Oonnls Rsglstsr 

$144,981 in February 

CaU one of our twelve 
qualified agents if you are 
thfiiking of buying or seU- 
ing.a house. CaU nowwhUe 
interest rates are lower 
and home selections are 
good. 

racardo Ftealtors 

351 Johnstown Rd. 

547-4555 



WIDE CHOICE 
For a wide choice of buy- 
ers, renter, workers in your 
neighborhood, use low cost 
classified ads in your home- 
town newspaper. Get results 
quick! 



-^' — : -^tfrr 

INTEGRAL PART '*!j5 
Your hometown newisn^ 
per, with its reportinglaL 
the news and events con- 
cerning family, friends,^ 
neighbors, is an int(«EW 
part of the lives of the peor 
pie it serves. jooo 

9idJ 




m 



ANNUAL 



Spring Feeder Cattle 

SALE 



--?>^s->wf* -^ittiffA 



■T*- *:?yf«^ <w^'7 ■•% 



Friday, April 8th 1:00 P.M. 



i3..i 



•Bring in your consignments 7 a.m. until Sfi"^ 

p.m. Thursday, April 7. .^ 

•Be here at 1 p.m. for the sale j ., 

Southampton Agricultural >il 

AND - 

Civic Center ?;1 

PHONE 562-2143 '"^ 

Highway 58 between Franklin & Courtland 



I 




Getting the CoM Shoulder? 



Thafs tiw orw ttiing you vMw't get \Mhefl you call your honrwtown 
communiiy fwwsfMfwr. When ycHi call us for a low-cost, quick- 
Mting classified wl, you'll be greeted by a friendly perscm who's 
r^ady to listMi to your si^titm ami help out as best i^ <Mm. 
Because when it con^ to personal Nmetewm senriee, we're 
on y(Hjr side. So give in a call. We' ne here to help. For classi- 
fied, telefrfione S47^S71. 









iAd. 





NDIAL 



To inetjudt yoir groMp't •ciivities in SUNDIAL, 
m«JI tft WH, m RosMfiont t)oad, Va. B««ch 23452. 
Notifwation of t^^mts itk'inQ plape after Wednasday. 
fh« WUIH'% publishing day. must be received by 
5 p.m. ttM previot^ Frittoy. 



y sw. 



Legal S9iMtar Women 4 credit 



Virgiaia &Mcb imunen and men in- 
t«rei^M in ttt juraiestfatt fd legal 
secretory are ianxm to ij^»d a swi- 
inar liar. K ^tnsored ^ tlie Mor- 
folk-Portsmouth L^Se«r^ri^As<^ 
sociatlon ami Fleit I^^lhMttnK Ser- 
vices. 

Tte seniaar's ttime is "Today's 
Le^l (^ce" aad is scheduled to be- 
gia at 9 a.oi. at tte Woman's Club., 
524 FairiM Avmne., NorfoMi. 

Tt^cs to be ttwered dorii^ the 
ftwr-boer semiMr will Itwlude briefs 
and aj^ndiees, wardrobe aad personal 
anNttraMe, trigone etiqMtte, and 
in^r-(^ce relattoashli». ^est lec- 
turen willlie llirgaret Kelly, sales 
manacer of Fleet Dnplicatlag Services; 
Barbara Lewis, director of Cbarra As- 
sociates; Beverly Byrd of C & P Tel- 
qtoie Cttspany; and Ron Holloman ot 
tte Dale Can^ie Institute. 

A regi^rattoo fee of |2 is neces- 
sary. Please <iall AgMS Litton at 397- 
3411 for infdrmatioB or reservations. 



Rape info 



Navy Wives Clubs of Americam Prin- 
cess Anne #143, is hMtessiag a Tble- 
water Rai>ebtforniatiOBSaTices(TRIS) 
lecture and discussion on Thursday, 
A|»-. 21 at 7:30 p.m. at tbe Ibval 
Air l^tloa Cbapel, Oceana. 

Tito program is free and open to 
tito poUlc. Everyone is Invited to 
attmd. For ftartber informaticm call 
425-7497. 



Sigma Phi 



Xi Beta Lambda and Eta Iota wUl 
provide refresbmoits at the m(»thly 
meeting of Tidewater Ctwncil of Beta 
Sigma Phi on March 24. 

Tte meeting will be held at 1:30 
p.m. in tte Atlantic Perouuient Sav- 
ings and Loan Association at 944 In- 
dependence Boulevard, Virginia Beach. 
The Kmiinating cinamittee will pre- 
sent ttte slate of officers for 1977- 
71 to the Council. 



"Women: To Your Credit" is tte title 
irf a discuss^ tote spooscMred by 
tte WiHten's CMter oi tte School <tf 
CoiMnaing Katies at (Md Dominiw 
University. Tte talk wiU te from 
*1%M to 1:30 p.m., Mar. 24 in tte' 
ftmitf louoge of tte Batten Arts and 
Letters Builttig. 

Tony Jackson of Commercial Credit, 
Virgil Beach, will te tte guest 
iqpMdctc; aad tofdcs include tow women 
can establish cre^t, tow to assess 
credit, and credit rigtts for wtHara. 

Tte discussion is q>en to tte public 
at no charge. For more infbrmatlon 
caU tte Women's Cmter at 489-6388. 

^ing Fling 

In as eveii to s«qHPort tte King's 
Daughters Children's Hospital, mem- 
ters ef tte Beta Alpia chapter of tte 
iittemational sorority oi Beta Sigma 
Phi are invitii« yirtinia Beacters to 
attend tteir fottr|h anuial "^ring 
Fling," to te teld &tiutby, Apr, 2 at 
tte Elk's Lodge, #38 BPOE, 1231 Typo 
Ave., Norfolk. 

Tickets are |10 per couple and most 
te purctesed in advance . None will 
te sold at tte door. The dress is 
semi-formal, aad set-u|» are in - 
eluded. A variety of door |»izes rang- 
ing fnHD gift certificates tor ^las 
aad sh(q» to free movie passes will 
te given avny (hiring tte "fling." 

For further informatcmoo the dance, 
please call Jeanette Leatz at 587- 
7028 or Pat MttcteU at 497-m7. 

^orts registration 

The Virgiaia Beach Dqiartment of 
nrfcs aoid Recreatini WiU hold spring 
registraticn for adults, teais aadyoutt 
Mar. 23 at Pembnrice MaU. Registra- 
tion will te teU from 10 a.m, - 9 
p.m. Claires will te offered in all 
levels of traais (adult and ^or), 
ceramics, awrt fishing, and a vari^ 
(rf (rther interests. 

For fttrtter infonnation contact tte 
Virginia B^ch Dqpairtmrat of Parks 
aad Recreation at 4700 Recreation 
nrive or 497-4n4. 



GmfmrndMr 

Virginia Weileyan CoU^e will bCMtt 
a CMUcert by tte CbristUeher Sanger- 
buBd Xaatorei (A Fraakfurt, Germany, 
(» Aiptl U at 8:1S p.m. in the Col- 
ly's ^ieue Aiiditoiium. 

The ^ral and brass choir is con- 
posetf ,(rf yoog pe(q)le from through- 
out tte Frattcftirt area wto are mem- 
tera of various church ctekrs. Tteir 
American tovr i# teing ccm^cted as 
a training {uvgnun for the yo^fig music- 
ians by tttt Christian Ctoir Associ- 
ation and. tte Christian Brass Choirs, 
teth of Germiuy. Leadb^ tte groiv 
WiU te Hartmit Handt, ch<n-al con- 
ductor, and Max Kohler, brass ccm- 
ductor. 

'Y' fitness 

The Virginia Beach Faaaily YMCA 
is offering a <^>mpreh«i$ive fitoess 
center program begituung ia April. 
A wide varii^ of class off(n1ngs ia^ 
clixle sUmnstics for all ages and 
levels , Middle- Eajrtern dance exercise, 
Hatha Yoga jdasses^jswiaaaastics and 
colqiles condittoaii^. 

CaU the UYMCA at ^9^1 lo^ reg- 
istration intormaticm. . '^ 

Sclentoiogy 

ScieSology, Virginia Beach is now 
(^m at ^X - 22nd St. from 10 a.m. 
untU 10:30 p.m. daUy and 10 a.m. 
until 6 p.m. tm Saturday. 

If you want to te hairier, more 
alive, more ccmfident, or if you just 
wast to find out. v^t Sciratology is 
about uid what it can do fca- you, 
caU 428-5231 or come see us it 206 - 
22nd St., in Virginia Beach. Find out 
ab<wt our free introductory «mrse and 
learn tow ycm ca^ change your life 
and make it tte way^ou want it to te. 



Tte ft/gmt YiKA mm tiym Pro 
gram ^ jmA, wlU^^^n Apr, 2. 
Bus Qtih^orttticm wiU te provide 
fi^ Viininia BMCh mi Ctesapette 
to tte K^Ertk YMCA. 

Tbe prograoDi itelndes ten swin les- 
sons siaA tea gymaastte lessMs held 
etch &tuRiay. AH skiU levels wUl 
te^^ht, 

1^ iick ops lb Vlrglila BMchiO' 
clwle HUltop Oy^prii^ Center, Prin- 
cess T^tra, Pembnfte MaU, Kemi^- 
^le Elemeatary Sctool aixi Arrow- 
hMd ttcnring Center. 

F9r n^fltratlMi or adttUona u- 
formaticm, contect tte Norftilfc YMCA 
at 622-1328. Classes are t^wto 
YMCA memters ami non-memters. 



Planetarium 

The AprU program for tte Virginia 
Beach City pubUc schools plaa^rium 
wlU te The-Zodiac. During this pro-^ 
"gram, the origin of tte consteUatloos 
of the Zodiac Is eq^lored. 

Tto consteUatiMs df tte Zodiac wUl 
te otrtUned in tte Plaa^riuro sky 
as sUdes of tte symbols for each 
cor^ellaUon are projected. .Also, 
&i$M of paintings-^by a modera art- 
Ist-d^ctlag tte fijpires of tte Zodiae 
figures wiU te related, as weU as 
general torbscc^s: 

Platotarium hours are jSuaday, 
7 p.m., oa tte Srd, ITtt, and tte 24tt, 
and Tuesday, 7 p.m.. te^Stt, l2tt, 
19tt, aad tte 26tt. 

The Plaaetarium is Mslly act^ss- 
Ible from tte 44 toll road l^ takiiy 
tte Lymdiavea esdt (Exit S) to tte 
Lynnhaven Parkway and turning .right 
at the first street- -Sotttt Lynatevm 
Road-to Plaza Jimior High School, 
wtere tte PUaetariuih i« located. 
, Tto Plaaetarium seats 120 people. 
TeleiAoK tte main erffiee at Plaza 
Jimtor High School at ^-1971 forres- 
ervafiOBs. , Admiasion free: Children 
under 12 may te refiised admission 
unless accompanied by a mature per- 
sm. 



grades t 
Beach CI' 
noon (Ma^ 
combined showing 



::»oii£ will ta! 

-;h students in 

Virginia 

his after ■ 

This is a 

fur tbe Great Neck 

aad Virglola Beach branch libraries. 

Also, ttis Saturday 
Great Neck braaeh libraiy mm lediurc 
tte chUdrem's films GulUver's Tra- 
vels. Goldilocks aad tte three tears, 
aainup for tte Cup. Tbe film pro- 
gram is free for young pe<vle ages 
4 and up. 

At Windsor Woods branch library this 
Saturday at U a.m., tte filmsv Tte 
Tnum» aad F«^ in tte dip wUl 
te stoini, an] at 11a.m., at tte^ Vir- 
g^ B^eh hiuch Uteary ^ films 
Free to te ...]WMil ne, E^fcAuaws 
aad CaMer's Circus wUl te shown. 



FoH(Arts 



Back Bay civics Greece Day 



The regular meeting of tte Back 
Bay Civic League wiU te held Thurs-^ 
day, Mar. 24 at 8 p.m. at tte Creeds^ 
Fire ^tion on Morris Neck Road. 

There will te nominations aad elec- 
tion of officers. 




Parliamentarians move point at Beaph 



By Mrs. David G. SchMfer 
S^nedal to tte SUN 

t "PrevioB question," 
^BMttered by Joba Ralte^ge 

as hestaUted across tte ^>or 
, forced tte vote <» Mr. Jef- 
, fersoa's Declarati<m of la- 
(depeadeace in tte film 

"1776." 
"PolBtof order!" was tte 

refrain of a record popular 
I in tte '50's by Stan Fre- 

berg. 



Aad aU of us hnriog tte 
pcditical coaventtoia are 
fimailiar witt such phrases 
as: "Uy it ootte tabte," 
... '*! move that...", or 
"PcriM Qt taform^ioa" AU 
of these are part of tte 
vocabulary of parliameo - 
tary i»roeedure. 

Ttere is now a Virginia 
Beach imit of tte National 
Associatioo ot Parlimea - 
tariaas (NAP) wtere ttose 
itto are laterested may come 



learn more abcnit Graeral 
Itotert's RulM of teder. 

IteceiMy, Mrs. Patricia 
Coifflts, vice president of 
tte Virgin^ State NAP pre- 
set^ a charter tottepres- 
idet^ a tte newly-formed 
groiq>, Mr. Elford WUliains. 

Mrs. Jote Anderson, HP, 
an instructor at TCC, gave a 
brief hist(B7 of parliamen- 
tary procedure, andeqdain- 
ed ttet ttese rules evolved 
as a courteous way of main- 



taining ffiNler and njustice 
ami to nve time, iasnrlng 
tte rule <tftte majority while 
protectii^ tte rights of tte 
minority. 



tMnater's intemattonal miUtery 
edminand-SACLANT- wUlh<mor 
at a nattonal cby cerenuxyi 
M«r. 25. 

Ite 10 a.m. flag-raising ceremony 
la tte c(»amand's flag plaia wUl cele- 
brate tte date in 1821 liien Greek na^ 
ttonaUsts retelled agaiost tte Otto- 
oian Eo^i^. 

Jr., Siqireme Allied Coaimiiittlsr At- 
lantic, vUlcdfidiate at tteceroBony. 
BeUi^c N«i7 Commander Iznattos Ma- 
nttouUs wUl receii^e tbe cd/aes. 

C(jlr. Manttoulis is tte asststoni 
naval attacte at tte Gre^ Eodbassy 
inWasMngtoB, D.< ^ 



Wth git«t pride tte Vii^da; B^ch 
Dcfstitmedt 1^ Parib and ItecrMtion 
aimottDces tte tUrd amuai Folk Arts 
FesttHl, 1^ M-15r Tte festival is 
a ceMntiw (tf our ruritr eitttural 
teritage, irfttdimioutratiaBsaidsales 
of (M wcvM cnfts. Chrer 15 ittffereat 
crafts wiU te represented by over 75 
craftpersons fi^m thrctighort tte 
I^idted States. 

Also l^i^Ugi^ng tte third annual 
Folk Art* JFtetival wiU te c(»tiauous 
ratertetommat and good food at tte 
"C^iiftry Stor4." 

TfijLs two day event inU te teld from 
10 a.m. -. 5 pM. at Princess Anne 
Park ia T^iilai* Beach witt rain dates 
setodiried for llfy 21 aad 22. 

Per ftu^tter information concerning 
tte^l^^iitti^ eoi^ct tte Virginia Beach 
Depa^amt' erf Parks and RecreaUon 
at 4700 ^creattoa Drive la- (804) 
497-4itt4. 

YtlK^cia^es 

Tbe Vfrglata Braich Family YMCA 

prcfressive fyiwiastlcs prei^am wlU 

begin tte week d Aj^l 4tt.'lnstruc- 

ti|» for aU lerals from pre-schoolers 

Uuttngh senior high students wiU te 

offered^ 

An MiMI ^naastics pno|^«m as i«Il 

yfs a oMb^OMi'se in w<Haett's gynuas- 

< ties i<KiM| vlU also te ofiered. Com-< 

maid^^^ptratton begins tte amek of 

Mardtafk"' ^ - - 

Tte. ^'f*' also ofiers a Satar^ 
tMNBibfif jQtfate program ^artttg Afn'. 
9. bii^iioa for cMMren apd^ adults 
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The Navy's Aned Blue Ai«els Flight 
Demonstration Team is scheduled to 
give an aerial exhibition at the Naval 
Air Station Norfolk open touse air 
stow, graade finale to tte XXIV In- 
ternation Azalea Festival, on Suaday, 
M*v 1 1077 -ii th« wnrfolk Naval Air 

umer aeriai acts scheduled for tte 
1977 Air Showr laclade tte Navy Para- 
chute Team East and the Marine Corps 
Hawker Aircrafi. 

In addition to tte aerial show, there 
will be several specials at ground 
level. There wiU also te a vast variety 
of atatic displays to interest tte en- 
tire jCinlly and canival rides for tte 
chUdren. 

G^tes wm te csien fi^m 10 a.m. 
uatU § p.m. a^ attaiiisieB Is tree. 
For ftu^r detttto, (Awek local m«%- 
papers, radio, and TV news. 

Baptist Clinic 

A nettods ud materials cUnictor 
music l^^rs will te teld Apr. 2S- 
26 ^ tte l^ltot Kirk Baptist CHti«h: 

Over 300 church mus^l^^^anl 
expected Irott^Vtegii^aaaAaajltite^ 
water, a^ mmr itf Uw lei^rt trm 
tte Bayside Smday School Board 
Cterah music department wiU te mi 
tte program. 

If you work with ctoirs <tf any age 
level, ^« are invit«i. 

A registration fee of ^ must be 
seat by Apr. U to D|viii VatflocA^; 
West Hav^ ^ptist Clwrch, CaroUte 
Avraoe at Kiag Street, I^rtsmontt,' 
28707. 

Pot luck dinner 

Tte Cattoliis Friendship Xlub will 
sponsor a pot Iwk diaaer ud dai^e:' 
«B Amday afteteoa. Mar. 27, at t 
pm, attte CiiMic FamUyaadChUd- 
ren's Service Bidlcttngim Govemtoent 
Ai^eew in Nortolk. 

The event is planned for Widows, 
vlAnrera, diT«t:ed, sepmtted and 
iiingle persons. I'br Informaticm call 
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FamUy education 

FamUy Educati<Hi (tf Tidewater Inc.^ 
is piaottiH wnml spring evening aadv 
daytime mscnsslQn groups asiag Ru-: 
doU Drelkur^s bock, "Childrra: Tte 
ChaUenge." ^ 

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Br GARY FULLERTON 
SUMNevs^tor 

Like maay ot^er cities, Virginia 
Beach facM a great population in-« 
CFMSt. Uuy families find the su^ 
l^rttn life la Vlrf inla Beach attract- 
ive airi decide to move here. 

As a result, the city has several 
arefts where hcwsing, and accohqiu^- 
iof p(^atiAD, his boomed— areas Uke 
KempMue, Green Run, Linkhorn and 
the south B«clir«it. 

At tte same tune, there are ne%h- 
boftoo^ «tthiB fte elty where the 
popitlatlQO has stablized—areas such 
as iraiona and Bayside--and in some 
cases dimiblsbed slii^y. 

am "ta-m^t^itr' «erlOBsly af* 
fects Vli^iQli BMcb scbopht, ^osi^ 
some to be owr-crowd^ and some to 
be ui^r utilized. The effect is par- 
ticularly dramatic at the elemwtary 
school level. 

Virgtnia Beach school officials are 
now faced with this imbalance for the 
nil-'n scteol year and have decided 
ttat bModftiT dnnges are necMMry 



the plah teck to their groiqis, discuss 
it, and if tlM^ had suiseitions for im- 
provint fte Ttenjrtary ittBi^e plan to 
brine tiwstiMcttfinH to a meeting A- 
pril 21. IWf^wWM C^ tte ^TA's 
and the selnli stetb a mtmth to look 
over the prqxaed <4«ng» in their^ 
boumiArles adA ltornibtesi«gestioas^ 
of their own. 

The pTopt^^i t^uge in boundaries 
would be the UUrd major redistrict- 
ing (tone to Virgiida Beach schools in 
recent years. The last, done in 1972, 
was brm^t about >y the same situa- 
tion facii« school officials now: pop- 
ulation "corridor" growths. Another 
redlstricting was done in 19$». 



pers6n0r to parents 
whwi it Is their cMld». 

BrU^eU emptasized that thebomid- 
ary chai«es jnire ne^ssary for the 
elcnaeiitary schools <»ly, and it weuki 



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t^BrickeHexptains the j^roposed bound heads of 20 Beach elementary schools. 



to iMing raeh affeeti^ school more in 
balance. '. \ ■ ■^, 

Last Thorsday hight principals and 
PTA presufeats of 20 Virginia Beach 
elementary schools met with Dr. E.E. 
Brickell) school superintendent. Dr. 
BrickeU outUned the situation to them 
and asked for their help in redistric- 
ting the botmdari^ of some 2$ ele- 
mMtarys^Mls. 

»j-e0strlctlng rmemumrf 
to eqimlixe the utilization 
of all school^ 



Bricl^U told tte PTA h»Kis and iM'in- 
{^jNi^ that redistricting was necessary 
to o^lise the utiliEatkm of all schools, 
and to eliminate unnecessary construc- 
tion of elem^tery schools. 

BrtcteU pctfMed (Hit that there are 
currently five elementary schools with 
too many students, and projections for 
next school year indicated these schools 
wottU gain in pcvolation mlesis some- 
thii« wasdone^^ The schMls aiw Fair? 
field, Green Run, Holland. Kempsville 
and Ltid(hom I^ric! 

At the same time, Brlckell saM, 
uNie schools were under tbete' Mrmal 
MiroUmMt: A^aiKMU. ^yside, Cocdc*, 
Lttzford, Old Donation, Pembroke, 
Penbr(4ce li^lows, Point O'View and 
Tnntwood. 

Bi^fU snbmttted a re<Ustrieting 
pte ti^eh had been formulated by Dr. 
James C. liounie, the sctool system's 
asfistanf sqperlntendmt for res^rch, 
pfalMiif aatf torelo^eBt. The plan 
calls for bomdary chaises in 20 schools 
to^^^^te^vely use all school space, 
six more than the tte 14 previously 
Usted as Mta* nr «ftr-tttiltMd. The 
a/Qm six i^Matoawuider What Brick- 
ell terns tte "domino effect," 
Mtually Iterating at or near capacity 
M ttMr ^M|fe toOaaffccted aeiiooU 
to be of value it tte dianges. 



Plants not hard and fast 
,»m^n fm suggestions. 



BrideeU em^sised the plan 
wd.s just that: a plan, and it was not 
hard afid fast. That was why, h« said, 
he ask t^elpaU and PTA heads 

to the ■» He asked then to take 



, afi!6ct only about 2-3,000 odt of the 
Um dildroiAttendingVirginia Beach 
cAfemratary schools, Junior high aad 
iHigh school b(Miadaries would not change 
i^ the uj^comiag year ahd would not 
^mtU QHistruction is coini^eted on 
Brandw Jimior High aaa Green Ran 



High. Brickell imlicated the pr<H)06ed 
bouMtary changes would stabalize the 
demeatary school zones for the fore- 
se^ble future or until the planned In- 
diatt Lakes and Green Run elemta-' 

(Continued on page 2) 



Nq tax increases planned 




New Beach budget 
lowest in 11 years 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Pid^c Afiftirs Writer 

A pablic hearing on the iHY)posed 
1977-78 bw^et of |130,628,359 has 
been scheduled for April 11 at 2 p.m. 
The budget, presented to Virginia Beach 
City Council lionday at an informal 
session, represents an 'increase of 
d.S percent over the current year's 
budj^ -- the smallest yrarly increase 
since 1966. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury 
said, tint while services will not be 
reduced, the budget contains no major 
ttw programs and tax increases in 
My category. The propraed bw^et 
leaves the tax rate at 87 cents per 
fiOO valuation, the lowest in the sUte 
amoi% cittos of over 2S,000pq)ttlation. 

In additto, resid«irts (rf tte Beach 
Borough, for the first time will pay 
the same tax rate jas the rest (d the 
city. Since the merger of Viifi^ Beach 
aad Princess Anne County in 1963, 
Beach Borcwgh citizens have paid a 
higher tax rate to pay off debt incurred 
before tte merger. This debt will be 
I»id off with the end of the present 
fiscal year. 

Haabw7 also recommended ttet 
Councl use ^,SO0,000 of |6 million 



^ach boxers win at the 
Donm. S^ page B'1 for 
Blair Ttwrman's photo 
report. 

See fmgs 2 for otmfOete 
Hstli^ of eaeh sdbo/^ 
proposed boundary 



in unan>rq>riated ftmds anticipated at 
the «id of fisttl 1977 to be used to 
balance the new bwlget. The city man- 
ager said he was concerned about leav- 
ii« only 12,500,000 in the reserve and 
would rec(»nmend a tax increase rather 
than decrease the fund any further. 
Tlw only altecaative would be a re- 
duction in servtees. 




VIRGINIA REACH 

It's your 
money 



Mayor Clarence A. Holland agreed 
that the reserva was low, saying that 
the city wa« operatii^ close toa "mar- 
gii^ business i^roach." 

Mayor HoUand said that the «lmin- 
istra^M had "certainly pat together 
a budget cl(»% to the actual aeeds 
of the city" and tluU his only ccmcern 
was tte reserve fund. 

Mew a||»oprhiti(ms recrasmeaded in 
the new bad|^ are: 

PoUce AvartUMt - 28 Mdttional 
perra^ lattiary ^d Oat d the 
major cities to Vir^nla, the BMchhas 
the tovest ratio d police oStoN^ per 
1000 popriatite. 

Fire D^»rtm«rt - 12 Mrwpersoiiael. 
Hai^ry saM the city's MO voluteer 
m^^mi aai« the city |4 to $5 
■tflM. 

tm^i - B Mdlttoa^ ife^MRS to 
stotf tte new ^. The ^te tt «- 
peet^ to piyr tw»-ttirds tte eo^. 

Padn mt Kea^Mttoa-^n^WlM' 
the opiNftiMttia^r^ttBiMh^- 
natt» C«iMr to Kenj^viae iMi^ is 
M^Mad to c^B to A^. iKta^d 
is ^ «Nrt df iMtaTt^ tntt^cnla- 



tlon to and from various sectors of 
toe city to facilitate Ml citizen par- 
ticipation. 

V Healto, Mental Healto and the Pendle- 
ton Project. - employment of a city 
Iriiusician in connection with Workmen's 
Compensatira physicals, preventive 
medical care and claims; $12,202 as 
the city's share (of $20,793) for the 
operation of the Adult Activities Cen- 
ter to meet the vocational needs of 
m«itaUy disabled adults: $25,000 con- 
tii^ent iQMn matchii^ funds fr^i tha 
City of Chesapeake and appr(q>riatiofls 
from toe Commonwealth to operate the 
Pendleton Project. Federal support of 

(Continued on Page B-8) 



Calling 
All 

Kites! 

Hey kids, today's the last day to 
r^i^r for the sevei^ aumal Vir- 
ginto Beat^ ^rtsaBdRecrmtimKito 
Flytat Cint^, to be hM ^ Mt. 
TraahWHre Satorday, ^ril 2. CaU 
the part* aad Recreatiw ft^rt- 
meoft at 4*790 RecrMtitm Drive, 497- 
MN h(ioi« 4 p.tt. to&y. 

All Ut«B mttt h« bwe mMto aad 
will be Jadged ea ^sign, wurfciMD- 
M^, flMttWMi aid flyh^ eonpMlt^. 
"m <M^Mtton wm he dIvliM iM) 
^Me 1^ «itq|M4^: tftm 5-1, 10-12 
Mfll'M. 

AU Cteriie BitowMrs tike aotoi 
toere is a Mt-^tl^ lak* anr Mt. 
Tra^onA teptt totheeoil^am 
m m» ttaa It-^n am, Si^rftLy 



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boundary changes 



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;e Elementary KempsvUle 

•rea which is h»Htved io b« most 6lAi«iAiitapu 
»le for tran^w from Linkhorti Psiic dWireillal Jf 

ECto«t<^ is Mst ef Noftt Birdrwck Road 
s Birdnack ViUaga apaHmants. 
hasa, Barbertixi apartm^ts, 
try FwBsk^tmAmm^ and Barter- 
north of Mii^raat. There are 
ts currently Hving in these areas, 
Cooke will be able to accommodate 
[ce wrthout nee<ttnQ portable classrooms, 
student membership wuld be 605. 



After losii^ 300 students to Indian 
Lakes, Kemf^viile El^nentary's mwnber- 
ship will be about 800 and should remain 
t^irly stable, since ttie only growtti area 
remainir^ in its zone is ^ra^ord Chase. 
All seven portables currently at Kemps- 
ville Elementary could be utilized else- 
where if necessary. 



Green Run 
Elementary 



tack Elementary Fairf ieid Elementary 



Watergaie apartments and Old Vir- 

lia Baach Boutevard west of Birdneck 

Id ttr* believed to be the arMs most 

\itb\t for tran^r from tinkhom Park 

i^SMtack. There are 36 children living 

ttus area at present, and Seatack should 

able to acoMnmodate them without need- 

additMnai portables. Total membership 

'tctadewouMbeeaS. 




antwood 




The l<^cal arms to trwisfer from Link- 
Park to Trantwood are Eastwood 
fViMa, L^ein ViMage and Maxey Manor 
jhfre jare. 110 k-6 snidents living in this 
lliee, and tietr trMisfar would not crowd 
tran^fM^. TobI memborshipat Trantwood 
^wot^ be ^^. Seventh graders living m 
^tiese ar»» would omtimje to go to Vir- 
:^ii&Wdt Junior Hip S^ioof. 



Brdokwood 
ilementanr 



I It hn bewn propoiwd that Brookwood 
gMi IlK studente f rom P1n«« SO from 
Hb^ind end ^ from Green Run. To make 
t?odH^^ lBNioli^iwoe#s M v e n gr a d e (125 sto- 
di^ would be sent to Plaza Junior Hig^. 
B rop l Qwb^ t weiwbership would reach 8SB. 
Wi^ tte Qrodbvood seventh graders. Plaza 
UnwrHigli's membership would be almost 
tie same as this year's, around 1950. 



Fairfield's membership, after losing. 300 
studa^^ will be about 965 and still ^-ow- 
ing (aHhoi^ not at such a rapid rate 
witiKHit Indian Lakes), Fairtield should 
be able to handle this membership for the 
1977-78 school year without the addition 
of more portable units. 



Luxfbrd Elementary 

it is proposed that Luxford receive the 
200 k-6 Old Donation stuctents Mving nol^ 
of Witchduck Road (30 addKional seventh- 
grade students would attend Williams). 
Lwtford can accommodate the transfers 
of Old Donation students if its sixth grade 
is moved tolVilliams (107 students). 

AragK>na Elemehtary ; 

Ari|[bniElem«iMu7 would receive that ^ 
section of Old Donation's zone located 
south of Witchduck Road and, alsov Pem- 
broke Courts and Albert Courts apart- 
ments. This \would mean thai 190 k-5 
Old Donation students would be transfer- 
red to Aragona Elementory, and 80 sixth 
and se^mith-grade siudwits would attend 
Williams Elementary. Araj^ma can ac - 
commodate the Old Donation transfers if 
all four special education classes are moved 
out (Viere is room for two at Pen^roke 
and two at PendDroke Meadows el emen- 
tn-ies). 



Brickell offers 



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(Continjed from page 1) 

\MTi n^otis apme4 io tte fUI ttf 
WI9. 

Dr. BridwU kM te PTA feeadi 
tMaesiiteaU tte lietf aniiiaacM, 
vfM tt MMCS to BtfE^ a toMdUT 
eMuffl, tt NCMUs "M^ay pnwosl" 
to pueat* «tai tt te tMr ckUd ttet 
tau to mHu m aoft to a mtenei 
•cfeMrt. M^at Riml si^CB Itts to 
io trittt i« fecit t» the fau^ 
ber ^ cUUriai, fee mM. 

BrttiE^ pelMtf oit that, 

Me^orr, tt*^ ftowidny efeugM pro* 
PM^ to tt» wucmiM va« deriiWd 
to MM •• fnr mtttnm as petsttrte 
ts iMoM ac poni^. 

Om attimi^ to Mdft^ seho^ 
bOMftrtM, BriekcU nM. •muM fee 
to # mmm ta tte artaa «kff« 
»g>t>H iwp f inna pa« atd^gli^ and 
to Mil into ttt MvtatkM gfMft eer- 
rUMv mA feidM as ma^ tdKK^ m 



Wm ^HkM of UHMmy 
nkrrmm^^b^^M to 



M Ms «Nu art 

-fc^ to«iy 

agutatocMH 
^■tUffts to Ifee tuM 



payers." said BrickeU, "Do we teve 
a hiffeer r^xnsttilitjr to try to bal- 
aaee simm mtoUbim^, btfU sebools 
trtm« tiejr are idMOloteljr necessary 
feirt ilillse what we have to the tallest 
•ilMt we poisfldy caa? We feel ^t 
feoeg^ chains are na best way 
to titek the IMM. at leaM mttal- 
ly." 

^pedficaUy, Uw chaogM are propos- 
ed fnr two mjor arras: tte Beach 
and Great Medt areas (affectiie CocAe, 
LlaidM»a Park, Seatadc aod Tmttmxxi 
^bodris); aad the Bayti^, Kemps - 
vlUe aad Ptaa areas, (afiediDg 16 
sehotds-ArroaAitd, Ar«i^, Brook- 
wood, b]ttide, Fairfield, Green Rm, 
B(4taad, KempSTllle, Kenps Laading, 
UorfM^, (M Donation, Peiri^roke, 
P w ^ K to Mcadnrs, IH^ O'View, 
Pktt urf mUiUM). 

r« fl» Beadi aad Gr^tK^A areas, 
X^riftota ftrfc tes iwi aa tocnase of 
375 stadMts tier tte past fiye years, 
wMle TmAraod tas had a decrease 
to tttf piftod €i Sm irtvtents. Tte 
pntftmi leeoMMHite OM Ce^ te 
iacreHwd ^ W to ttO irtidMts, iritfle 
LUhva fuk te re^Md if WO 



Far tte BIqnrtde, ^flyey^ 
Plaa areas tte pnpeMd! 
tfiMif a forOoa ef tte ^mprntm 
■mttaieals A K ea^avi lle Md n» 
Mm to Jm B^^b i^o^. ^peci- 
ftM^, M f irmniaaiiftr ' 

mamM ^ M to 90. 
^ $0 to ^0. 

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Green Ron - rectoee by 300 to 400. 

H(dland - reitaice by 300 to 400. 

Kea^Tllle - reduce tqr »» to 300. 

Kenps Landing - tncrraseby 50 to 75. 

Lnitord - incrrase by 30 to 100. 

OU Dcnation - increase by 50 to 350. 

PenbnAe - iiwrease by 100 to 180. 

PeiBtntAe Mndews -tocrrasebylOO 
to 180. 

Point 0' View -increase by 120 to iro. 

Plasa - increase by 80 to I^. 

Williams - increue l^ 100 to ISO. 

A oHttp^ aad "tj streeto" listtog 
of aU boQB&ry cteagM jmipMed am 
te seen on page two. 

Brickell mM tte me^ng byaski^ 
tte PTA heads and principals to take 
tte iafomatton tedc to th^ groqi» 
and discus tte jHtiposal, aad come q> 
Witt s^estimis, altematiyes ot ap- 
tmmi. Aay par«Mt ite tes a svaes- 
tioa may ^te^t it in writing dlmtly 
to 1^. BridEeU at tte sehod i^Mal- 
stiattoB btfMv. Prtaeess Ane Coart 
IhMse compel. Hie pai^to aad iMa- 
eipals wm asked to retom to aMtter 
met^ i^^S Witt tteirgmv's Mas 
aad ^wWMs. 

If tte fl^MtoM pwrafMsMe, Dr 
Uiom MM th^ «mU te ia»vpor- 
A9d tato tte p^p«^ tiKH^ Md tte 
f^ wmM tfeai te Mbi^il to tte 
f^rt Boaitf iUf n tor qppvral. 

"Mpeftfly, wt'U tefe all tteaeces- 
Mry ehMgef Up w ad aad dlsseni- 
Mted to tte lanMa ^ tte Md M 
Ms s#JM ]Mr,"nM Bride^; 

ihuwis ^^tog to ttate Mir flews 
immt M^Mt ^fn^f^si etaaps may 
call m sctert boam "hBrnm" at 
m-im Mlagtte^lMMvteo^ 
Fr^ilf, 



Boundaries must be chaf^M to rechice 
tie overcrowding at Qreen Run mvA Hoi- 
iMid and leave room for the additioRal 
yowtt) which is e)q>ected to occur ^rVt^ 
tie next two years. It is prqjosed 4uit 
about 200 students from Green Run (Tim- ' 
' berlake) be sent to Kempsville Meadows 
Elementary. Estimate is based on jwo- 
jectod t977-TO membership, not on tmr- , 
rwit. Seventi graders living at Timber- 
lake will continue at Pwncess Anne »fcjn- 
ior High. Also, 100 Green ^ stodents 
living, in Lynn Meadows would be trans- 
ferred to^^firookwood Elementary. This 
would reduce Green Riift's-membership by 
about 300 to 950. Additional porflMes^wiil 
not be required for 77-78 but would prob- 
ably be needed before the new elemen- 
tary school opens in 19^. 

Kempsville Meadows 
Elementary 

Spaie would be made available (for WO 
TimberJeke students) by transferring 245 
students wtio live on Bonnef^oad arid in 
Coun^ View, Bonney View and Wedgevvood 
mobile home parks to Point O'View Ele- 
nientary. 

The transfer of 245 sludnns f rom K emps- 
ville l^addws would require the addition 
of two or three portables at Point O'View 
and tie reassignnient of fm t^^ecial edu- 
cation_ classes to other schools. In order 
to avoid a<klir^ portables, it isrecommwid- 
ed tl«t tNiFairMeadowsandMeadwvWoo^ 
areas be transferred from Point O'View 
to Arrowhead Elementary. This transfer 
would not cause overcrowding at Arrow- 
head (adcfe ^ k-5 students). Ten sixth 
and seventh-grade students from Pair Mea- 
dows would attend Kemps Landing E lemen- 
tory. The two special etkication classes 
now at Point O'Viev^ would also be moved 
to Arrowliead without creating^ the need 
for portables. 

Bayside/Newtown 
Road Elementaries 

It is prc^osed that about 100 students 
from Newtovm l?dad Elemefliary, living 
in- WM»lin Place, Hampton Court, the Hamp- 
tons and Wesleyan Courts, tie tramiferred 
to Bayside. This w(Mld cause t)ettar util- 
izatiMi of Bayside ^ere stiKlent member- 
.^ip has been declining over tie past few 
years and eliminate tie need for port- 
able ^nits at Newtown Road Elementary. > 

Williams Elementary 

I Williams will receive 80 additional sixth 
:and sevetfi-grade students from Old Do- 
nation tiroi^ Aragona El^vtehtary and 30 
acMitional seventh-grade students from Old 
DofwtiiMi tirough Luxford. Williams will 
alM receive 100 sixtii graders from Lux- 
ford, tM'ittQing Wit liens' n»wnbership to 
^. The four special etkicatiMi classes 
now at WIMiams will be moved to Pem- 
broke MeadoiA^, Bayside MdNewtownRoad. 



Holland Elementary 

It is proposed that the 250 students from 
the Carriage Hill area in ttw Hellv^ zorm 
be tran^orred to Plaza Et«nentary. Pt«i 
could accommodate the move if a secticm 
of its zone, wittt 165 studmts, is trans- 
ferred to Brookwood. That zone is rough- 
ly bounded by Lamplight Lane from Strat- 
tord Hell Drive to LyrMwven Parkvniy, 
Kings Arms Drive to Pewter Road, all of 
Pewter Road te Lynnhaven Parkway, and 
Lymtm^en Parfcway. It is* also proposed 
ttat 50 additional stiKtonts in Magic Hol- 
low (Talon, Theodoras, Trewey and Pep- 
percorn courts) in Holland's zone be trans- 
ferred to Brookwood. These moves shwld 
reduce Holland's membership to about 90&. 
Additional portables would not be rfi^ired 
for t» 77-78 school year but wouldprot)- 
ably be n^ded b|fore tie opening of the 
^(xid Grem Run Elementary sdMiol. 



Old Donation 



Elementary 



The prfflxisai centers around the idea 
of using Old Donation to house students 
in grades K-6 wN) will be assigned to 
tie Indian Lakes Elementary School when 
it opens in iW9, and distributtng Old 
Donation's membership, between Aragona, 
Luxtord, and, indirectly, Williams. The 
Indim Lakes Elementary School would be 
made up of about 300 stu<tonts from In- 
dian Lakes (Fairfield Elementary) and ap- 
JIM|Ately^3C$l.$tudents f rom LakeChris- 

(KempavHle ElArnentory). The estimates 
are based on projected student membership 
for 1977-78, not «i current membership. 
CXd D<Miation would retain the disi^Jed 
readers' program. 



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*Pour Beach Girl Scouts 
receive church award 



Vlifinia BwcH Sua, llftrch 30, 1177 - A* 



oy Mrs. O^ifid G. Schatter 
Special to the SUN 

The Marian Award was 
presented to four Scouts dur- 
ing the Mass in bmor of 
Girl Scoutiiii held at St. 
Nicholas Church on March 
6. 

Us. Carol Voorhees, the 
advisor lor the award, gave 
a brief explanation of how 
this recognitiCNi, given by the 
Roman Catholic Church, 
may be earned. She pflered 
two Biblical verses as guides 
for the jfouhg women: 

"Have confidence in the 



Lord wiUi all tti^ilii% and 
lean not upon thy own pru- 
dence. In all thy ways think 
on Him and He wiU direct 
thy steps^" Proverbs 3:5-S 

"Many daugbten have 
don« nobly, but ym k»ve ex- 
celled them all. Cbarm is 
deceitful awl beauty is vain, 
but a woman who'fcars the 
Lord, she shall beprtlsed." 
ProverlM 31:29-30 

Miss Katby Mall^, a 
First Class, is interested 
In pliotography and crafts, 
works with a Juitfof troop, 
and is a S(9honore at Prin- 



cess Anne High &diool. 

Miss Christy Motel is ac- 
tive in CCD. tas bee^ (tad 
M tUs day was) ao altar 
Mnrer. ^ is a First Class 
who assists in a Brownie 
troop aad is an honor stu- 
dentiit Princess Anne. Also, 
a First Class, ste ha* iwlp- 
ed with the Handicapped 
Troq>, is a Program and 
Ranger Aid, has been an 
alternate delegate to the 
C(Nincil for two yttrs, and 
is tA the sdiool baad. 

Miss Josie Scht^r is al- 
so active in CCD. She is 
working toward her First 



Class, tes assist«d ia a 
Brownif tro^ aa« is ia the 
I>r<^Erajii lor the^^ed, as 
well as being a meaber of 
Ui9 Lattn CertanJa team of 
Independence Juator High 
School. 

Father Joseph Toretto, 
who 4s ttr S^^visor 
for the paftsh, prtttented 
the m«lals to tte. Senior 
Scouts w^ beW| ^Troop 
800 and tbe Cadett^%ho be- 
longs to Troop 4M, all of 
whom live ia ThamaUwood 
Mighborhood of Virginia 
Beach. 



Noted missionary spealis 
at Emmanuei Baptist 



Dr. JohaVisser from Am- 
sterdam, Holland will $p^k 
at the Emmanuel Bap- 
tist Church of Virgiaia 
Beach, April 2-6. 

Dr. Visser founded 'and 
pastored the largest Bap- 
tist church in Amsterdam, 
Holland for 24 years. He 
resigned his pastorate to 
do anissiooary work iliCom- 
manlst countries. For 13 
y«ir; he has preached in 
six Communist countries. 
Dr. Visser speaks five 
languages fluently and Iks 
a conversational knowlet^e 
of several other languages. 
' In the prophetic missions 
conference he will be show- 
ing slides of Cyto), Rome, 



and Moscow as he unfolds 
God's prophetic picture of 
the worlds future history. 
Pastor Wal(to Graadstaff 
iavites everyone to attead 



aad eajoy Uie good preach- 
iag aad fiaeChristisB fellow- 
ship. Services will be at 
7:30 each eveaiag and 11:00 
a.m. Sunday moining. Em- 



maauel Baptist Church is 
located at 4750 Baxter Road 
between Independence Boul- 
evard and Princess Aiui6 
Road. 



Requiem Mass slated 
for Eastern Siiore 



The 30- voice choir of Eas- 
tern Shta-e Chapel, uaderthe 
directioa of Jaoaes H. Jus- 
tice Jr., oupmist-choirmts- 
ter, will present the cele- 
brated Requiem Mass, KV 
626, by WoUpug Amadeus 



See Easter Bunny! 



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Moms aad dads of pre- 
school, kindergartea or first 
SttO^ cbildrea. ttie Easter 
Bonny comes hoppiag dowa 
Uie trail for them the day 
hetore Easter- April 9. 

Tte Virgtida Beach Parks 
and Recreatloo Departmeat 
will toe ^KMsoriag their Blath 
aamial Easter e|s huat at 



Priaeess Aaae Park Satur- 
day, Apr. 9. startiag at 11 
a.m. 

Ia addition to the egg hunt, 
the Easter Bundy will visit 
the Uds. There's also going 
to be priKs for fiadiag tbe 
goldea and silver ^i^. 

Please have your child 
bring a paper bag or an 
Easter basket. 



Mozart aad Frani Ibver 
Sussmayr at 8 p.m. on Palm 
Sunday evening, April 3, at 
the Chapel, 2020 Laskia 
Road. 

A twoity-two piece pro- 
fessioaal orchestra will ac 
company the choir. Soloists 
include Faye Wiafield Ed- 
wards, sopraao; BillieSou- 
thera, coatralto; Carl Gil-' 
mer, teaor; aad David Clay- 
ton , Bass. Master John 
Ness will also be a sporano 
soloist. 



The performance of the 
Requiem will be preceded by 
the Fantasle for OrRan. KV 
608 by Mozart, Carl Gil- 
mer, organist. Mr. James 
H. Justice Jr., will con - 
duct the Requiem. 

Tbe concert is open to tbe 
piiWc, and an offering will 
be taken, 

A nursery will be pro- 
vided. 

The Chapel is located at 
2020 Laskia Road brtweeB 
the Hilltop area and Lon- 
don Bridge. 



Bedch arrivals 

Mr. and Mrs. Freddy 
Hairston, daughter, 

Mr, and Mrs. WiUiam 
Clifton Stancil Jr., son, 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kie- 
raa Fitqntrick, daughter, 

Mr and Mrs. Harold New- 
comb Jr., son, 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. 
Heatley HI, dai^hter, 

Mr. aad Mrs. William 
Randoljdi Douglas, son, 

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald An- 
drews Eatmon, daughter, 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 



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President 

kERNETH F. CURLEY 
Geaeral Maaager 

GARY rULLEHTON 
News Editor 

BLAIR THURMAN 
Sports Editor 

lEBORAH FOWLER 
Business Maaager 

JIM BROWN 
Circulatioa Maaager 



Published every Wedaes - 
^y by Byerly PnUieattou 
with maia office located at 
JSI Rraemoat Rd., Vir- 
glBlB Bea^. Va. 23452. 
Second eUis postaige p«id 
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Ridurd White, SOB, 

Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Dana 
Banton, daughter, and 
<3*.Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee 
Fti^son n, daughter. 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee 
Askew, twin daufhtefs, 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee 
Bobbins, s<«, 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. 
Thompson, dai^bter, 

Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dean 
Anfaiey, scm, 

Mr. aad Mrs. David 
Thames Dozier, son, 

Mr. and Mrs. David N. 
Hicks in, son, 

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Alan 
Vincent, soa, 

Mr. aad Mrs. Michael Roy 
Wlaes«tt, am, 

Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lo- 
weU Kingery, stm, 

Mr. ami Mrs. J^bn Tho- 
mas Carswell Sr., daughter, 

Mr. and Mrs. Aathmy Rl- 
carcto Molina, s<», 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lee 
Foreman, daughter, 

Mr. aad Mrs. David Alan 
Carreiro, son, 

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ria- 
ner, daughter, 

Mr. and Mrs. James Re- 
gan Smith, daughter, 

Mr. aad Mrs. Stephea Ol- 
iver Sorejr, SM, 

Mr. aad Mrs. Edtrard Ite- 
vld Garcie, soa, 

Mr. and Mrs. CueUss Al- 
ton Breland, iK», 

Mr. aad Mrs. Kevin Fran- 
cis Hahae, daugUer, 

Mr. 'and Mrs. Thomas 
Frederick Hauj^apa, jtwia 
daughters, 

Mr. aad Mrs. MelviaKea- 
neth Simouns, s(m, 

Mr. andMri.WesteyOeo- 
rge Manfli^, duchter, aad 
Mr. and Mrs. Urry Dale 
Naset, daughter. 



By LINDA JARMAN 
Special to the SUN 

The Cavalier Jr. Womaa's 
Club receaUy held its third 
aaaual prayer breakfast at 
the Lone Pine Rest<turant 
in Kempsville. 

There were 30 guests 
present for this eveat to 
hear MUce Seerest of Radio 
StaUoB WFOG spieakoa "The 
public respcmsibillty to help 
stop radio and televisioa vi- 
oleace." Many examples 
were given on how indivi- 
duals coali go about this. 

A special reading on the 
Christian home was given 



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r 

by Joan Ware and a short 
readlag and the invocation 
was given by Jo Ann Barry. 

Spei6M guests were Mrs. 
Virginia Brown, presidwitof 
the Kemi»viUe Woman's 
Ctifl), aad members of that 
club, aad Coastaace Ordway 
aad Liatbi Behake who 
travelled all the way from 
Kaotts Island to be with the 
junior club for their break- 
fast. 

Betsy Coxey, president of 
the Cavalier Juniors, was 
given a smaU token of ap- 
preciaticm from the mem- 
bers of the club. She also 
presided over the breakfast. 



Easter 
Sunri^ 
Services 

The 50th Annual Easter Sunrise Service, sponsored by 
the Virginia Beach Chamber of Commerce, will be held 
at 9:35 a.m., Sunday, Apr. 10 at Cape Henry Memorial 
Cross m the grounds of Ft. Story. 

In the event of rain, services will be held at the Vir- 
ginia Beach Dome at 6:05 a.m. 

Reverend Pat Rc^rtson, president ot Christian Broad- 
casting Networic, will be the guest speaker. He will be as- 
sisted in the services by Reverend Charles Jones of 
the KempsviUe Baptist Church and the Reverend Jos^ 
L. Clark of ^ar of the Sea Catholic Church. 

Easter nwsic will be provided by the band and chorus 
firom the Armed Fon^s School of Music, Naval Amphi- 
bious Base, Little Creek. 

Arraagnnei^ for the Smrise Service are being aaade 
by a Vii^lnia Beach Chamber of Commerce committee 
through J^se H. Fanshaw, director a pidblic relatk»s. 
Coordinate the service at Fort Story is Major Earl 
Watt, USA! 



In Windsor Woods- - - 
Plaza - - - Green Run 



The CatNrfIc Parisli 
of the l%riy S|>Mt 

7 |ijw,^t.; 9j30 A 1 1 mm. Sun. 
TelephMe 340-7122 



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LUTHERAN 
CHURCH 

Sunday Services 9:00 a.m. currently 
meeting at: 

St. Francis Episcopal C^iurch 

509 Rosemont fW 

PMtor il.M«^M427-38aO 



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His Eye Is On the Sparrow 

There U a time in every perMnV life ii^en he feels that what he doe* 
doesn't matter veiy muebt. He fed* diat he is unimportant in the larger 
scheme of things, llie world is so vast and so complex that it must seem 
that %dul one man does is of Uttle value. Yet in Luke 12:6-7 we r«id, 
**Are n<rt five niarrews sold f m two farthing aad not one of them is for* 
gotten before Cod? But even the very hairs of your head are all num- 
bwed. Fear not therefore! ye are of more value than many sparrows." 

If God values each sparrow, than how much 

more important b die life of each man? To 

God every living soul is important Remember, ^ 

no matter who yon are, rich or poor, faSnons^ 

or unknown, God cares for you. 






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Heating-Elec. Service 



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Sewer A Water Connections 



Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpeting 

Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 



Kempsville Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Rc^rt W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 

Lindsay Bros, Inc. f^ 

Plumbiag-Heati^-Fuel Oil Drf. 

865 Newtown Rd. 497-4633 



Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Store Dr. 491-9863 
• Mary E. Rehpelz b Employees 



Price's Incorporated ' 

4580 Pembroke Mall bii-3706 " 
Brand Name Appliances-TV -Stero 



Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
. L. H. Bums b Staff 

All Star Electric. Inc. 

1425 Air naii Ave. 464-6231 
Commercial b Industrial 

Home Federal Savings 
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1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
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Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendricks & ^aff 



John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1»64 Laskin Rd. 

John M. Wri^t b A^ciates 

Kellam A Eaton, Inc. Bidg. Supplies 

Princes Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank b David Kellam 

Furniture Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy 
Sandy Bolin b Emfdoyees 

Stohi Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
Tames R. Stohl b Associates 

R. C. Greer Plumbing A Heating 

Sewer and Water Hook-ups 
2293 Indian River Rd. 420-7003 

H & M Construction Co. 

815 iQctaistrial Ave. 545-7391 
MoQte P. Bowtil b Employees 

Millers Pluml>ing & Heating Co. ^ 

1629 ^emRd. 497-8794 

Sewer A Water CcffiMcUms A Specialty 



Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr & Employees 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 347-1161 
Cliaton Teets b Staff 



Shnieie Funeral Home 

3795 Bonaey Rd. between 
fndependence & Ro^emont 
A. Neal Kellum, Gen Mgr. b Fun Dir. 

Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

ail Pacific Ave. 428-9161 



HIgglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison b Associates 



Rosewood Memorial Parle 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kiitpatrid[ 



HNton Appliance Service 

4737 Honey Grove 497-5707 
"OotOfWliack-CMlMaek'' 



This feature is made postflHe through the ^^peration 
of our ministers. It Is pi^ for by these area f Nms who believe 
our chiN^hes are a vital part of ow community #fe. 



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Lp» fwfctat MMdtMr vefMS in t trio versiM oi tlie pop 
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Pop and rock Umki vltii 
song and dance, witti a duril 
of bumor, astheKclJtol^ 
Sclxwl eboriU ^lipirtflMHif 
presented its third anwU 
fariety show earUer this 

AMtb. 

The ^n, calM irtthtoo- 
fw la lAMk "That's En- 
tertalMiiil?" fMtnred var- 
tMs slflginf acts, a haUeti^ 
Gttiy Cage, antf a suy rm- 
dltton of tte "Got^^ow"' 
tntaHiif Kelton's inEanoat 
aiatt teneher H«I Ferris 
and Us tan^flg ta^eihtU. 

me twO'hoarshQv.hekttB 
m KeUuB Mditolan, «i« 
directed t^ lira. Wm^ 
Bone. KeUan H^h'sehmti 
director. 

Womens 

Aglow 

lunch 

Woan's Aglow Fellow - 
tUp of VirgWa Beach in- 
vites Virginia Beachers to 
attend their Inncheon lic«- 
daj, AiH-. 4 tf U a.m. at 
tte Cavalier ft)t»l on ttie 
oeeaaft«nt. Quui wpnker 
at the badMOtt will be Ms- 
alte Ralph, a toeal religions 
teacter for may jr^rs. 

Bosalie, with her httslMod 
Bill, who is jHurtor of the 
In^^Ue Bi^itliit Chvrch, for 
years had a nMo i»pgraffl 
called "Marrlaie, Christ 
Style," and they tave crai- 
dncted seminars on the 
Christian family. 

The luncheon is scheduled 
to be broadcast on Satur- , 
day, \^r. 9 Krom 3:30 to 
5:$0p.to. (m WXRI-FM Ra- 
dio. 

Reservations are neces- 
sary. Please call Barbara 
Terry, 481-M30, Ann Met- 
calfe, 340?l«26. Grace Traf- 
ttm, 429^994!. «r Florence 
Wilson, 4W-8t09, by Apr. 
1. Owtd the Inncheon will 




names crusaae leaaers 



The Virginia Beach Unit 
of tt« American Cancer So- 
d^ Iwld its kick-off meet- 
ii« ftMT it's ftnd-raisi^ 



crusade at the Seagate Col- 
ony Tuesday night, Mar. 15. 
Joe Dr^w of Fidelity 
American Bank at Viitinia 



Top pianist 
atWesleyan 



Dr. Marion Peitias, ady- 
namM young America 
pianist vAo Itts bMH hailed 
bf ^urop^ and America 
critics for iMr techy que and 
SMStttvIty. %rill present a 
rancert at Viitinia Wesle- 
jaM Ck^nege oo A|Hil 2 at 
8:1S p,m. 

Or. Perkins , a pnrfessor 
of music at Madison Ct^lege, 
was a iNipil id the late Ar- 
thur Scbnabel. She has tored 
eitMst^y in Europe, tte 



United suites and Mexico. 
Her |Nirf»rmawses in the U- 
nit«l ^tesinettde recitals 
at the Natifflial tilery in 
Washiflgtw and the Town 
KaU in New Yoit. She has 
periormed on Morw^^rii. 
(tto and Meaicu televlsloo. 

i%e April 2 omcert will 
be i^i to ttrCoUoge's Sei- 
tece AadttorimibBATickets 
will be avaUabte at the door 
tor $3.00. 



Beach and this year's Vir- 
ginia Beach unit's crusade 
assistant charirman, an - 
M>ttK^ the .^d nilsilM: 
corjtitetttae chairmen ap- 
pointees a^ asketf for their 
Ml snntort in i^chiiv the 
untt's emmie gosl of rais- 
to|'l^l,Mt. 1^ DMies go 
ta the Amerttcaia Cawer^- 
clety for edna^, research 
-aai service prCgrams 
nationally awl locally. 

Those ^^olnted were: 
CldM ami orf^aatlons, 
Dr. 1km McCn^y; Dent- 
ists, Dr. Hmay McCoy; 
Lawyers, Ten AmmMs; 
Inakeepeni, Vera Bnrlage; 
MMMjrials. Macti Wise - 
carver; ResldfiMal, Nancy 
Weisberg; Corporate gifts, 
^It FidfeUfy Amtrican 
Bank Branch Managera, N. 
Josejdi Or^iw Jr., Scott 
J(Anson, hviAs HiMiard, 



Sally Cantlin, Joey Moore, 
Joan Boswell, Ro Williams, 
and Wes Hughes. 

the Mw ennade assist- 
ant chairman add^, "T^m 
woric is te^ we work toget- 
her. No oM penmottt^ 
^n assMuOei^tra cred- 
it for Mqrtol W to the 
point whet^ we are now 
Mvlog one (d «ver)r three 
pers<»8 Witt <^er. It tes 
bew'the prpfessionls in 
medieine — the teetoiicians 
in the brtwratmles — the 
reseait!hii| InthefleUs^- 
the wlmAeers over the 
yean. Tte list r>es on. 
Each (Mf lis is a member 
of the t«im. Each of us 
can eoiiribnto our share 
to the mm to *W^ Out 
Cancer to Our Lifetime." 

TiM crassite begtos of - 
iicially A|n11 1. 



Virginia Beach 
Public 




VlrgMa Bteh's own newtpi^uf 

Pick up a copy 
of the SUN 

Get extra copies of the Virgiffia 
Beach SUN at the following list 
of newsstarH» located throughout 
the Virginiii Beach area: 

6c«lin Front 

v-U-BirdMelRd. 
PE0PLE$.4Mkto Rd. 
MEDCO-Ls^Sd. 

FIRBSIDE BOORSTORE-Paelfle Ave. 
MARINER IfOTEL-seto St. and Atlantic 
CAVAUER MOTEL-Oeeas Front 
HOLIDAY fln|.44th and Aflaatle 
HOWARD mmsmf$ - ocean Front 
fflERATaK-Oe^ Prant 
nfGRAJi'»PBASMAGT-24to St. 
WAJDAt imt^JStt St. and Attoatlc 
POST C»-Ftce*2$th St. and Atlaatie 
NEWS CEMtRE^Oeean Fhat 
BARR'S nttRMACT-AttoBtIc Ave. 
fflLTONOltf^AautfeAve. 
RAMAOAMH^Atlaatle Ave. 
SCROONEt MQTEL-Pacific Avenue 
HOUDATINN TRAVEL PARK-GeB.Beoto Blvd 

Court HouM Ar#a 

KELLAM ft EATON 

K«iniM|y|ll» ArM 

KEMPSVlLLE f RARHACV 
FARM PttSR^KempsviUe 

NorfoNi^a. Boach Una 

NORFOI^ AnK>RT 

LAKE WRIOHT MOTEL-Noribaaptoa Blvd. 

7-ll-Bai#R4. 

HOLIDATHRf-NorOttrnftoa Blvd. 




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NAVY WOm-mm creek Base 
NAVY RESf A^W-Llttte Creek Base 
BAYODB IVAiMACY 
PEOPL^Ml^ awp Center 
REVCCNMilSMca Meaitowiawp CeMw 
PEOPL^^J^abrake IWl 

>te»i Araa 

7-11 - Bea^M. 

7-11 - Ly«i Swres Rd. (ThaUa) 

7-11-Kh^fllMt 

BELO'S - IwtflMm TnU 

t-n ' M^^ ^'^ C**^ Hknry) 

JR. nyflltr ' LjMtavasi^ Ottd IkU) 
P»m,n-nMStopC«etor 

Lortid9«i Bridga A^ 

viMWiA Ba^riMPiTAL 

nanMi^^ m4cmn 

HILLTCM>MMliM^ 

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NOnCE OF PUBLIC HEARING 
Virglato: 

Ihe regitbur meHing of the CoumU of the City of Virginia 
Bea^ wm be h^ to Uie Cquncll Chamb^sof the Adminis- 
tratios BttiUtog, City Hall, Prim^ss Anne Stotton, Virginia 
Beach, Virgtoto. on Monday, April 18, 1977, at 1:00 P.M., 
at vftidi um tte following ainlications wUl be heard: 
CHANGE OF KMtlNG DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
KEMPSVlLLE BOROUGH: 

I. PetMoa d ^rltog S. Montgomenr for a Change of 
Zoidng m^rict Classification from R-8Resid«itial District 
to I-l U^ Imhistrial IMstrict on eertato intq>erty loca- 
ted on ttte Southwest side of Princess Aue Itood beginning 
9i a p<dnt MOO feet more or less Soirtheast erf the toter- 
sectioo of Princess Amu Road aniLSalem Road,, mutog a 
J^rtaace <4 1083.24 feet along the Soidhwest side o! Ptin- 
cess Ane Road, running adistanceof 529.53 feet to a South- 
westerlr directi<»» nmnlaga distance of 101S.2S feet along 
toe Soirtheni property Une, running a distance ta 428.S0 
f«^ ton Northerly direction, ruiming a dtotance of 140 
feet to a Westerly diractioa, rwmiag a distance of 144.59 
^etAVtog toe'lbAt siia o^ &l«n Road and running a tfs- 
taace (tf 1070.86 feet to a Northeasteriy direction. Said 
parcel contains 25.392 acres. KEMPSVlLLE BOROUGH. 

iMii^wioiiiorateU forA'Citoditiomcl 
iraselt-servicegasoQhesiqiidystoQMion eer- 
tato. Jin^pirty located at ^Northeast Cioiier of B<mney 
Roaii ^ Preseott Avenue, tvnntog a distonce of 270 
fe^t along thejEasf side of Pr^cott Avenue, running a dis- 
tance at ISQ Kiel alcmg the Northera pn^iify Une, runnii^ 
a (UstaiMw of ^3 feet along toe Eastera property Une and 
ranning n distance of 150 feet alcmgthe North side ofBomiey 
Wi^- £^M parcel C(»taias .9 acre more or less. (Thalia 
tttlage Area). KEMPSVlLLE B(XtOUGH. 
OUirci OF ZCmNG DISIHICT CLASSIFICATn)N: 
nUNCESS ANlj^ B^OUGH: 

3. PettOon of N. S. Gumeaick for a Change of Zoning Dis- 
trid ansstflcatlon fnmi R-8 Residratial DisUlct to B-2 
CoiniaBity-liaimfs Distri(St cm eertato int^erfy located 
OB ihe East side of Bc»«aont tU»A (Proposal beginiing 
at a potot 37.S4 feet Souto of Holland Road, rmmtog a dto- 
tance of 311 feet more or less ali^ the East side oi Rose- 
mont Road (Pnvosed), rmmlng a distance of 66.48 feet 
to an Esstei^ d^ectlon, runntog a cttstance of 40 feet to a 
Sootlmtjr Oreetim, nu^ng a distance of 52.03 ieet to an 
Easterly tttreetiOB np^ % dlstuce (rf 3^.37 feet along 
Uie Eastern iHroperty Use and nmning a distance of 144.65 
feet aloqg ikk Nortoera Koperty line. Said parcel contains 
1.107 Actes. (Hidtoiiil Rose Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOR- 
OUGH. 

4. Peiaimti ChrMt^iter Deveh^mi^ Co., for a Change 
of Zoatog Oiirtrict Classiflcatioa fcom AG-1 A«ric«ltoral 
Oistriet M R-t RMMeiiai District m eertato prbperty 
begtoBtog at a p^ ^00 fefA SMtt of the i^ersectimt of 
Hidlaad Road and North Landstofm Road, ruiming a dto- 
tance ot 270 feet akJiv the West sMe of HoUaad Road, run- 
ntog a tfsfanee of mZM feet to a Southerly dlrectton, 
rumitoc s ^ttsfaase at SOTlH feet along the Sovtoera 
propertY Une, rumi^ rilB^Dee <d 6^.43 feet to a North- 
vwsterty direetin, ru^ng a distance of 1MS.09 feet to 
a NortlMastMlr <ttr«^Mn, roif^ a dMaw^ of 407.76 
feet to a NortbwerteiMy dire^ton, nuiyBing adtotoaee of 
9n feet aki$ toe EaA si^ dt Uadttom Itoad, naning 
a distaaee of 1465 feet to a So^heasterly direction, rnn- 
ttiag a distant of 871.05 feet to a North^uterly diractiw, 
tmkit a (fiiitonce of 170 feet to an Easterhr (ttraction, 
twtfag « tfstance of 911 61 feettoaSoutoMstorty direction 
Md roBiriair a (Hstance ik 343.11 f^ to a NjiraM^uitorly 
direettoii. SaM pircel contains 123 acres. raOTC^S ANNE 
BWKWa, 

CHASK5E OF ZONING DBTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LBINHAVEN BOROUGH: 

5. P^tttm m Ctmtl^ R. Hotoeimer, Exeoitor for toe 
Estate of R. D. AjAeimer, for a Change of Zoning Ostrict 
Classifleatton from R-2 ResUeettal District to R-3 Re- 
MAMttol MiMet (m Mriato pn^My located m the Norto 
jMe of LitUe Haven Road bc^sn|i« at a pc^ 210 feet 
todre or less East of LiWel^ Rowl, rwrt^Tftdto* 
tasce oi \m feet mom or le^ aloq; the Iforto side 
of Uttle Bnm RomI, ramtog a dl^a^ itf '^ fwt to a 
li»rto«4]r ^^nettoii, nwtfng a dlstaM« (rf915 feet to a 
N<fftowMMi4f (ttiettn. runrij^ a distowK ol 1550 fe^ 
to a.WMlvIy dtavettoii, nmtog a ^Mum of note^ 
tfong tt« &t^ #»gi MlgUyWii^ r ii tt|a<ttrtto ce a 

taaea i^ IM te^ to a SBOtherhr fraction. ftM par»l eoa- 
im$ M wrw. n^ytormod-Lme MviBa Artts). LYNN- 

CXWnTMMAL USE PERMIT: 
LYNNHAVEN BC^XmH: 



Said pareeto contato 66 acres mora or less. Ptoto wito 
nrara detaUed informatton are available to toe Department 
of Planniog. (Lynnwood-Llttte Haven Area8}.LYNimAVEN 

borough: 



7. AnOicfttloo of PipeUne, toe, for a Condittonal Use 
Pemit for a AattixMird park on certain pn^erty located 
on the Souto side of Virgiata Beach Boulevard beginning 
at a potot 700 feet East <d Birdneck Road, ranning a 
distance of 140 feet alci« toe South side of Vtaij^ Beach 
Boidevard rumli« a distance of 300 feet aluv the Eastern 
l»Vperty Une, running a distance (d 168.87 feet along toe 
Soutlwra property Une and running a distance of 301.39 
feet aloi« toe Westera property Une. Said parcel contains 
1 acre more or less. (S^tack Area). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 

OONinTIONAL IKE PERMIT: 

PBINCE8S ANNE BOROUGH: |^ ' 

8. \^»Ucatton of VirgtoiaBeach Campgrounds, toe, f&r a 

Conditiooal Use Permit for a mintature golf course on 

eertato property located 240 feet West of Prosperity Road 

banning at a potot 855 feet m9re or 1«mi North of Pros- 

^iw Jlw| as_ It eztods East and West; nmning a dto- 
^ .»* .... .. ,. riipjpDpe^ Ji^e, running 

.-«.-»u^^*K-^ ,^^* ^uu* n-* wif'*'""' 

, a oiratoKeirf^TDOien iu^E^'v 
line and rwaijm a distuice of 110 feet^eofc tiMi Eastero 

gm^rty Une. &ld pareiA eootains 11,000 square feet. 
OA Campgrounds Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH, 
chard J. Webboh 
City Clerk 

VBS 8/80, 4/6 2t 



HarrUi|jeMi duira to 

lust u hwf If we have love. 



MUU^vtMwG - Mnwi mt^a§t Ana 
7-11 - ^MtMte M. ONw r 

7-11 - CWttf"^"" "" 



propt! 



6. Ap^otioa of E. Kenneto Day and Jahn WaUace tamms 
for a Ctmditional Use Permit for an open spa« optton 
on eertato property loeat«l to toe Little Neck araa be- 
tween Harris Road and LttUe Haven R«ad. 
Parcel 1: boated at the NerthaatttottrMetton of Ltttte 
Neck Road and Barris Road, nniilttt a dtstanoe ctf 9M 
feet mors or toM on the East sideoffiarrto Road, nMrii* 
a astaace of IMO feet oore or Ism nhw titeltatten 
•rty Uae, rwaing a distance of 960 feet more or 1ms 
^y tflrwAton, nmtm * ^MuMt of ^ 
im man « tiM to a So^^iUncMm, nm^ a 
^mtm «f tlHiMrt MM or taM aloKte Nwtt mtt (tf 
IMto bvM mn, and nntti al^sM tflMfe^ 
wi«4W teft.«lng tti« NnrtTi s^ <rf uae Mrii M^. 
.^^ i: liMiMat , ,..mmimmmm^im» 

"" feM ai^w taiiyMf mSntt Me tf 1^ turn 
N^ahi^e ' "" M more mlm» atong 
. Wmmi pm^ a tfstaaea rtflllJ 
to a Nofthwf Aerly m^eti 




"WiK'Uon Of 



PUBUC NOTICE 
> STATE WATER OJNTROL BOARD 
Tbfewater Regional Office 
287 Pembndw Office Paf k 
Suite 310 PembHfte No. 2 
Vlrgiota Beach, Virginta 23462 
TELEPHONE: 804/499-8742 

REISSUANCE OF 

NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELttimATION 

SYSTEM ^PD^ 

PERMIT TO DIKJHARGE TO STATE WATERS 

AND 

APPLICATION FOR STATE CERTIFICATE UNDER 

SECTION 62. 1-44.2 

ET SEQ. OF THE CODE 

OF VIRGINU (1950), AS 

AMENDED 

PvbUc NoUce Number; VA-TRO-M-OOSO 

Public Nt^ce Issue Date: 

Hie following discharger has aiKdied for a relssnance 

for an NPDES Permit and £»ate Certifieate to dtochai^e 

trmtad njBtevaters toto to% waters of the Common- 

*«l^<rfVirgMa: 

mvtoion SnperinlMident of Schools 

City of Virginto Beach 

CourUKWse Elementary School Sewage. Treatment Plant 

Permit No. VA0023710 

Flow: 0.005 MGO 

Receii^ Str^un: Unnamed tributary to West Neck 

Cre^ Basto, Chesapeake Bay/AUanlic Ocran, Seetton 

la, Class m B 

Dischai^: Exlsttng Municipal 

Tte parage truta sewage conveyed to the treatment 

feelUy toeated at Cwirthonse Elemwtai? Sctool. 

On toe biM^ ctf iffeUminary review and appUaition of 

tavfel standards and regutotioos, toe ^te Water Control 

Bwrd Mmm to issue a permit siftject to eertato 

efflmit Umitnttoas and a^ectal fm/m<m. These pro- 

p^Nd (teteniUaaUMs are te^tive. 

PWCEDURES FOR THE FlORMULATK* OF FINAL 

DETKNOrAIVXIS 

Persons atay commat to writing to toe ^rd on toe 

^opMed permit within 30 teys from the date irf this 

notice. CofflOMals ^dl laclwto m name, ad&%ss, 

and Uk^imaitmtmM m wrtbr, and Matt eo^to 

a ^m^K ^a^f 'tetemert of^e li^U touto for 

tte cMui^Mf, Oo^thMe ewpmei^ rec^ved vlflrinthis 

pmoi vrtU be mm^9d ^ Vui Board. The Board may, 

^em rMpMrt or 190a ito own motion, decide to hold a 

pitoUe mring if it determlMS ttat ^Uic respmse is ' 

Si^Ulteart. '^ 

AU pertiimrt infonnaUon is <» file and may be ii^^e^lMl. 
and arntupm^s m^ iMf c^lvtoiijMlb Mte I^P 
Coirtnd Mu^ TWmattt* M^afoaee, m Pembitike 
(XBee Put, Mti lift ftrtMMte No. 2, Vtrglttto Mich, 
Virgl^ 23462, M4/499-i7^. 

fWoHag tote &mmMM pertod, toe Mard wlU m^ ito 
detantoattow nnr«ag the^opMed nermtt. These 
ditarttteteM vul beMMW ^M^, u^Htt te Boaid 
ffrimta a piMlc ^trt^. Vm «M£» td any iMdie tear- 
^willbegivn. 

Vtt 3/30. 4/6 2t 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 

The Conmisston of Game and Inland Fisheries at a 
mectiBg held to Kiehmood, ViigtoU, on February 25, 
1977, ordered the foUowtng praiosod ehaag es to ito re- 
gntoUoM parsMit toSeettoasahlcS, 29-126 andS9-ll7 
of toe Code 0* Vlntato. A p*«i« boam« tor this pur- 
PMe of adoM^meh dMagea wlU be held at 4010 
West Broad Street ~' " 
April 15. 1; 



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n General (Game 

Amend keguUtion R2-1 to retd as follows: 

It shall be lawful to hunt game blrdsaMl nne aninals 
lo the snow, 

CHAFTER 3, Bear. 

Aneod R^ftiation R3-1 to read as follows: 

Except as otherwise provided by local leg islattw and 
wtth the specific exceptions provided in the reguUtloos 
If^rinc in this chafer, it shall be lawful to bunt bwr 
flpom the fourth Monlay in November throah January 
1. b^ datei inclusive. 
Amend R^olatira Ra-2.I to r^d as follows: 

s A iOhiU be unlawful to hijtot imr at any time In the 
gwWes of Accomack, Amelia, iM^wmattox, Brunswick. 
^cMbttt, Buckinttam, Campbell. Caroline, Carroll. 
Cterles City, Charlotte, Chei^erfield, Clarke, Culp«»r, 
CumbeWand, Dickenson, DinwIMIe, Essex, Fairffii, Ftu- 
irier, rlofi, Pluwuma, Franklla, Frejierlck, Gloucestw, 
Wfo^WaBd, GreetovUle, WUfiax, Hanover, Henrico, 
WOT, 'iamea City, King and Queen, King Geofge, 
Kug WuUani, Lancaster, Lee, Ltwdoun, L(»ilsa, Luaen- 
"^ Matbews, Meckl«dt)urg, liiddlesex. New Kent, 
aiptoo^ HorthumberUnd, Nottoway, Orange, 
i&t, Pittsylvania, Powhatan, Prlmse Edward, Prince 
Prince William, Rlobmood, Roanoke, Scott, 
„^ lb, SoiithamiMoB, aiolsylvanla, Stafford, Surry, 
nivn, VatT^, Westmorelimd, Wise and York; and in 
ttt ctti^ (g Hampton, Newport News and Virginia Beach; . 
nod OB the Ridden Valley Wildlife Maragem«it Area. 



CHAPTER 5. Bobcat. 

Aaitwd Regulatloo R5-01 to read as follows: i 

Ik shall be lawful to hunt bobcat by day and nlgM 
from the first Monday In Nonreotber through December 
31, both dates iiKlttsive. 

Adqrt a new regulation to be numbered R5-02.1 as 
follows: 
The big limit for hunting bobcat shall be two per hunt- 

apirty, taken b^ween noon of one day and noon the 
[owing day. The season bag limit ctttU be six bobcat 
io the aggregate, iakea by hunting; aixl trapping com- 
blMd. ^^^^^ 



A4opt a iie« regutation to be munbered 1^-2 as follows: 
vft shall be unlawful to buy, Sell, barter, exchange, 
traffic or trade in, bargain for, solicit for, purchase, 
(tt* trusport (»it of the State, any bobcat pelts until 
tte pelta have been sealed by an agent of the Com- 
miasion. 

OSAPTEHI. Fox. 

Amend Regutatiw R8-2 to read as follows: 

Sxcept as otherwise provided by local legistation 
and irfth the specific exceptions provided In the re- 
gulations appearing in tUs chapter. It shall be lawful 
fo iHut foxes with guns from November 15 through Jan- 
uary )1, bofli dat^ Inclusive. 

RMutation R8-3, prescribiog. season for huntlog foxes 
with gubs i& certain counties east bf the Blue Ridge 
IfottntalBs, Is hereby rescinded. 




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1^ J, , Itegutatioh RS-4, prescribing cm^uous open seasm 
Ti^r ^banting fo;ies with guns In certain counties Mst of 
!''y, : tttt Blue Ri(%e Noimtains, Is her^ resdaded. 

.soti x-'if 

!fn'i, kaiul^liMi S8-S.1, prescribing season for hmiting foxes 
' fin i«^ ia Page Couity, is hereby rescinded. 

Rlgutatioii BM-i, prescribing continuous open season for 
■ '■ bumtaC toXM with guns in certain ccnmtles west of the 
Slue Ridge Mountains, is hereby rescinded. 

ftegotatioii RS-7 (b), prescrtt^ fixed closed season 
for tkoal^ foxes in Stafford County, is hereby re- 
scinded. 



Amend Regutation R8-8 to read as follows: 

tmefit u otherwise specifically provided by local 
legislitibB ibd by R8-9, it shall be tawful to trap foxes 
flroin Noirember 15 thrcH^h January 31, both dates In- 
ci^ve. 

Atfopt a new article to be numbered 
Arttde 3.1. Bag Limit. 

R8-10.1. Hie smson bag limit for foxes shall be fif- 
tiBM foxes til the agrregate, taken by hunting and trap- 
^ag combtaed. 

CHAPTBt fi Grouse. 

Amend Regvtatton R9-1 to r^a as follows; 

ft dull be tawAil to Imot groose from the second 
Mdndky ia November through Juiuary IS, both dates 
tacluslve. 

Afflrad R^utatloB R9-3 to read as follows: 

Hie bM limtt for hunting grouse shall be two a day 
aad ten a licease year. 

tmPTER 14. Quail. 

Regutatioti R14.4, pnftiblting the hunting of quail in 
the saow, is hereby rescinded. 

CHAPTER 16. Raccoon. 

Pr»ent Chapter 16, consisting ^ Regutations R16-1 
thnn^ R16*13, is hereby rescio«d, and the follow!^ 
new Chi^r 16, coasistlng of Regutatloas R16-1 thrragh 
ltll-7, ta to take its ptace: 

R16-1. Es:ept as (Aherwise specifically provMed in 
tbe r«plations appearing this eb^er, it shall be taw- 
Itf to ebaae raoioon trith dogs, without charing or tik- 
Sait M aU comities east <rf the Blue Ridge Mountains 
frMB September 1 through March 31, ixXb ttates la- 
elttitve. 

RI6-2. Exc^ as otterwise specifically provMed in 
tb* Ki^tfona appeari^ In tUs chapt^*, fl stall, be 
WiM to aose'nc^ym with dogs, withMit eaptariog 
w ttUag, k all 6otMm west (tf w Blue Ridge M«m- 
taiis Iraa October IS throogh January 31, botb^tes 
Elusive. 

Rti-I. It dttll be tavtel to chase racoon iMh <fogs, 
vttetteai^vtag » taking, in tte oi^ies «l Alle^aay, 
A^itariitt, Oaite, Fretterick, Higklaad, ftge, Rodc- 
iMdMi Roril^i^iafa. Sbenaadoah and Warrea fKitt Octo- 
beirll ttHMi^ Fi^MTury 21, both dates t«dBsivc. 

Rli-4- It^^^aU be tawful to ctese na:oMi with dogs, 
t^Ni# ^Mkriag or taking, on tte George WasUngtcw 
t^Sm^ r<^HA aad « te (ykr^, 0<»hea. G. Wcterd 
mt^Sk, Bi^nd, UtUe Mirth Montoia aad Randan 
WmUh ibl^MMtf ArMS frMi NovtmbM* 1 through 
Be^sMer tl, bctt ^^ iKtaslve. 

Rlf-S. bc^ as otberwiM qweUlally pnMfaM ia 
m m^ttoM ^^ri)V ia thta ctapter nd «ci|t as 
|tt!^ by MaTfig^ioa, it sImU be tavftltotake 
tw^em yibiiiMM <V ^V^ ^^ November I ttr^ 
AMiff tl.MMliitMlMh^. ^ 

RlM. R dMtt betai^ to^te iw»mm tf 1^0^ 
or tt««M M ^ Mom WaMigtoB l^td F<»est 
and oi tte G^M^ Oa^n, G. ^*H«t1»ii9MB. 
BMaad. L^ Wtt IMMMi 4ad ^MM Wlkttfe 
IUimmhA ^sm ftw Noftmb i r 1 ttmai^ DecMAer 
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Virginia Beacli Public Notices 



R19-1. ExcqA as provided by local legistation, ttK t»g 
limit for huntiit raccom shall be two per hunting piriy, 
taken between nom of one dat ami mwo the foltowinf 
day. Tbe Mason bag limit shall be tweaty-flve raccooos 
in tbe aggregate, taken bf buatli^ and trap^^ «omr 
bined. 

CHAPTER 18. Turkey. 

Amend Regatatton RI8-2 to read as follows: 

It shall be taWAil to hunt bearded turkeys only from 
AiMTtl 16 thrm«h May 14, 1977, both dates inclflsive, 
from one-half hour before sunrise to 11 o'clock a.m., 
exe^ in tbe counties of Lee and Mecklenbui^, which 
shall be closed to hunting. Bearded turkeys sUUl be 
bunted by calling. It shall be imtawful to use dogs or 
ontanlze drives, for the purpose of hiutli^. 

Adqit a new regdaticm to be numbered R18-2.1 as fol- 
lows: 

It shall be tawful to hunt bearded turkeys only from 
April IS through May 13, 1978, both dates inclusive, 
from one-half hour before sunrise to 11 o'clock a.m. 
Bearded turkeys shall be bunted by calling. It shall be 
imtawful to use dogs or organize drives, for the pur- 
pose of hunting. 

CHAPER 23. Trout Fishing. 

Adopt a new subsection (c) to Regutation R24-3 to read 
j'as follows: 

There shall be a continuous c^n season for taking 
trout ta any str^im which the Commission has authori- 
sed to be (derated as a trout fishing preserve without 
creel or hour restrictions. Such authorization will be 
given by the Commission only when such stream is 
stodced with trout at tbe owner's expense in an annual 
(piantity approved by the Commission sidisequent to the 
owner's anillcatlon fpr tentative ai^roval. Such pre- 
serves shall be deemed to be within the purview of 
SecUon 29-78 of the Code of Virginta and shall not be 
exempt from license requirements. 

C0KMI^K)N OF GAME AND INLAND FISHERIES 
Rtipb L. Weaver, Chairman 

VBS-8/31 It 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC 
Hie Commission ofGameandlntand Fisheries at a 
meeting held ia Richmond, Vii^;lnla, (» F^ruary 25, 1977, 
ordered the following' proposed changes in its reguta- 
tions pursuant to Sections 29-125, 29^126 and 29-127 
of the Code of Virginta. A public hearing for this pur- 
pose of adopting such changes will be held at 4010 
West Broad Street, Richmond, Virginta, at 9:30 a.m., 
April 15, 1977. 

CHAPTER 6. Deer. ' 

Amend Regutation R6-^.l to read as follows: :'^'' 

The bag Umit for deer shall be one a day, two a lic- 
ense year, one of which may be a doe, on the last three 
(tays <»ly, to the counties of Albermarle, Appomattox 
(excnt oa Bucklnglum - Appomattox State Forest), 
Backuigham (except on Buckingham-Appomattox State 
Forest and Horsepeh Lake Wildlife Management Area), 
Charles City, Charlotte, Culpeper, Cumberland (ex- 
c^ (» Cumberland State Forest),- Fairfax, Faii^er 
(exceirt (» G. Richard Thoibpson and Rappahannock 
Wildlife Management Areas and U. S. Marine Corps 
ik^, Quanti(»), Fluvanna (except on jH^Mdware River 
Wildlife Management Area^,4^iQ«m«»A; Biil^lil^ve^' 

son (east (ff Route 151, exc#t James River HUdll 
Managemrat Area), New Kent, Orange, Prince, Edwa 
except on tlw Prince Edward State Forest Sjid Briery 
Credc Wildlife Management Area), Prince George, Prince 
Wllltam (excei^ on the U. S. Marine Corps Base, 
Quaatico, and Harry Dtamond Laboratory), Rappahann- 
ock, l^iotsylvanta, Stafford (except on the U. S. Marine 
Corps Base, Quantico); In tbe cities, of Chesapeake, 
Suffolk and Virginta Beadi; and on Fort A. P. HUl 
(nonimpact areas). 
Am^ Regutation R6-7.2 to read as follows: 

lle^umllf&rdeershallbemea day and two a 
license year, me of which niay be a doe the last hunt- 
lag day oaly ia the counties of Amherst (eastof U.S. 
Route 29), Camiribell (east of Smithem Railroad), Greene 
(except Rapldan Wildlife Management Area), Madison 
(exc^t Rapldan Wildlife Management Area), Pittsylvania 
(east of Southern Railroad except White Oak Mountain 
Wildlife Management Area) and on Amelta Wildlife 
Muiagement Area, Buckingham-Anpomattox State Forest, 
Cumberland State Forest, Hardware River Wildlife Mana- 
gement Area, HorSep«i (>ake Wildlife Man^ementArea, 
James River Wildlife Management Area, Pocahontas 
State Forest and Park, Powhatan Wildlife Management 
Area, Prince Edward State Forest and Briery Creek 
Wildlife Management Area. 

Am«id Regutatlim R6-7.4 to read as follows: 

The bag limit for deer shall be one a day, two a H- 
c«ise ynr, ow of which may be a doe, on the last six 
hunting days only in the counties of Accomack (ex- 
cept on Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge and Par- 
ramore Island), Brunswick, Chesterfield (exc^t «i 
Pocahontas^tate Forest and Park and Presqgue Federal 
Refuge), DinwitUlie, Lunenburg, Mecklenburg, Northamp- 
ton, Nottoway and York (except on Camp Peary, Cheat- 
ham Aanex and Naval weapons Station); in the cities 
of Hampton (except on Lai^ley Air Force Base) aad 
Newport News (except on Fort Eustis); and on Fort 
Pickett. 

CHAPTER 14. QuaU. 

Aiupd Regutation R14-1 to read as follows: 

mtshall be tawful to hunt quail In all counties east 
(4 the Blue Ridge Mouidalns from the second Ifomtay 
in November thirongh February 15, both dates inclusive. 

CHAPTER 19. Waterfowl and Waterfowl Blinds. 
Mof^ a new regutation to be numbered R19-4.1 as fol- 
lows: 

No license stall be issued for stationary waterfowl 
blinds M Morris Creek and ttie CUekabominy River 
to Charles City Coiuify adjacent to the Chickahomtay 
Wildlife Managem«it Area. 

Adept a new regutation to be numbered R19-4.1 as fol- 
lows: 

No lic«ii» stall be issued for stationary imteriowl 
Uinds 00 Morris Creek aad tbe Chickabominy River 
to Charles City County adjacent to the Chictahomtay 
WiliUlle Maaagemert Area. 

Adoi^ a new regutation to be numbered R19-4.2 as fol- 
lows: 

No license shall be issued for statlMary waterfowl 
bllMta on tta Game Farm March Wildlife Managemeat 
Ar«a and tta waten of the Chickabominy River in New 
KMt CMQty adja^ to this arM. 

a>MMISION OF GAME AND INLAND FSSRERIES 
Ra^ L. WMvor, Ctairmaa 

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WyVKt OF PVBUC HEARING 

The VirglBta Bea^ PtaaaingCommissbawUriioldaP^- 
Uc ftaartag m^mtM, Ap^ 12* ISWrat 12i«0 Ma ia 
the Coua^ OUM&n of tt» Atatttotrattoo BuBling, 
Mxeu AaB»(^WMniiM, Mrfti* MMi, Vir|i]iii Tte 

DirmiDir DATt Bypuumnm cttiMnBiov m 

FEM0ARY 8. 1977: 



1. Prtltlon «rf Boddie-Noell Enteiprises, Inc., tor a Change 
of Zflolng District Classiflcatioa from R-8 Resi<tentlal Dis- 
trict to B-2 Commimlty-BusiMss tttstrict on certalh pro- 
perty located at the Northwest ajmer of Cape Henry 
Drive (formerly Holly Avenue) and Sirashell RomI, running 
a «^n« of 225.0? feist atoag tte West side of S^Stell 
BmA, rinmiag a dlstomce of 150 feiri along the Norttem 
prqierty Une, runnirv a dtatau^ of 236.32 fe^ along 
tta Western pnqierty Use and ranting a distance of 150.17 
alMlg the North side of Cape H^ry Drive (formerly Holly 
AvMue). Said parcel contains 38,750 square feet more or 
less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

2.^ Petitiwi of Virginia Beach Investment Company for a 
Change of Zoning Dtatrict Ctasslflc^on from A-1 Apart- 
ment District to B-2 Community-Business District on 
certata pn^ierty located East of South Military Highway 
berating at the intersection of Old Providence Road and 
Providence Road Relocated, running a distance of 235.84 
feet in aa Easterly direction, ruralng a dtatance of 45 
feet in a Southerly direction, runnii^ a distance of 74 
feet to aa Easterly direction, running a distance of 189.55 
feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 107.40 
, feet in aa Easterly direction, running a distance of 102.96 
feet in a Southerly direction, running a distance of 529.40 
feet in a Northwesterly direction, and running a distance 
of 23.85 feet in a Northerly direction. Said parcel contains 
0.923 acre. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
DEFERRED 30 DAYS BY PLANNING COMMISSION ON 
MARCH 8, 1977: 

3. Motion of the Planning Commission of the City of Vir- 
ginta Beach to amend and reordain Section 5 of the Sub- 
division Ordinance retating to requirements for curbs, 
gutters, and sidewalks. More detailed information is avail- 
able in the De]iartment of Planning. 

4. Applicati(m of Richard Croul for a Conditional Use Per- 
mit for recreational facility of an outdoor nature (water- 
slide) on certain property located (m the West sidebf 
General Booth Boulevard beginning at a point 1100 feet 
more or less North of South BirdnedcRoad, running a dis- 
tance of 1170 feet more or less along the Southern prqiierty 
line, runniag a distance of 618 feet more or less along 
the Western property line, running a distance of 194.03 
feet along tbe Northern property line, running a distance 
of 879 feet more or less in a Southeasterly direction, and 
running a distance of 50 feet along theEastside of General 

. Booth Boulevard. Said parcel is irregular in stape and 
contains 9.31 acres more or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

5. Application of Crown Central Petroleum Corporation and 
James River Realty Corporation for a Conditional Use Per- 
mit for an automobile service station on certain property 
located at tbe tatersection of the Northern right-of-way 
line of Lynntaven Parkway and tbe Eastern right-of-way 
line of South Lynntaven Road (Relocated), running a dis- 
tance of 155 feet along the East side of South Lynnhaven 
Road (Relocated), running a distance of 175 feet in a North- 
easterly direction, running a distance of 175 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 155 feet along 
the North side of Lynnhaven Parkway and running around 
a curve a distance of 20 feet. Said parcel contains .701 
acre. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

6. Application of Virginta Beach Campgrounds, Inc., for a 
Conditional Use Permit for a mintature golf course on 
certain property located 240 feet West of Prosperity Road 
beginning at a point 855 feet more or 16ss North of Pros- 
perity Road as it extends East and West, running a distance 
of WO feet alOTg the Southern property line, running a 
distance of 110 feet along the Western property line, run- 
ning a distance of 100 feet along the Northern property 
line and running a distance of 110 feet along the Eastern 
property line. Said parcel contains 11,000 square feet. 
QCOA Campgrounds Area). PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH, 
RSGyiJUtAGBNDA:. ^ 

7. Subdivlsimi Variance: Appeal from Decisions of Ad- 
ministrative Officers in regard to certain elements of the 
Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Ryland W. Atwood 
Estate. Property located on the West side of Muddy Creek 
Road. Ptate with more detailed information are available 
u the Department (rf Plannii^. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: ; - 

8. Petition of Robert L. and Margaret C. Stephenson for 
a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-5 Re- 
5identtal District to B-2 Community-Business District on 
certata property located on the East side of Princess 
Anne Road beginning at a point 330 feet more or less South 
(rf Hanover Drive, running a distance of 155.6 feet along 
tte East side of Princess Amie Road, running a distance 

of 516.0 feet along the Southern property line, runaing a 
dlstaace of 369.2 feet ilOBg the Eastern property line and 
running a distance of 472.7 feet along the Northern pnqwrty 
fine. Said parcel contains 2.86 acres. KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

9. Petition of M A M Investors for a Change of Zonii^ 
District Ctassification from 0-1 Office District to A-4 
Apartment District on certain property located on the 
North side of Virginta Beach Boulevard b^inning at a point 
800 feet West of Button Lane, runnii^ a distance of 200 
feet along the North side of Virginta Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 484.1 feet along the Western pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 212.5 feet aloi% the North- 
em pnq^rty line and running a distance of 415.8 feet along 
the Eastern pnqierty line. Said parcel contains 2.25 acres. 
(Eureta Park-London Bridge Areas). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 

^ 10. Petition of Jungle Golf of Virginia Beach, Inc., for a« 
'Change of Zoning District Ctassification from A-1 Apart- "" 
ment District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District on 
certata property located on the South side of 23rd Street 
beginnliK at a point 100 feet West of Pacific Avenue, run- 
nii« a distance of 100 feet along the South side of 23rd 
Street, running a distance of 140 feet along the Western 
property line, running a distance of 100 feet along the 
Souttam pn^rty line and running a distance of 140 
feet aloi% the Eastern property line. Said parcel con- 
tains 14.000 square feet. VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 
11. Petition of Branctywtac' Corp., T/A Jamestown East 
^rtmenta, for a Change of Zcmiog District Ctassification 

from A-2 Apartment District to A-3 Apartment Dis- 
trid on certain prqierty located at the Southwest 
intersection of Noriolk Avenue and Caribbean Avenue,^ 
running a distance of 524.10 feet along the South side 
of Noriolk Avenue, running a distance of 388.12 
feet iloag tte Western property line of which 217.30 feet 
ta the &st side of Rodee Avenue, running a distance of 
510.04 feet along tte Southern pn^erty line and running 
a distance of 267.56 feet along the West side of Cariteeaa 
Avmue. Said parcel contains 3 acres. VIRGINIA BEACH 
BCHtOUGH. 

12. Petition of Carlton E. and J(»ephine Cqipersmith by 
Metro R^ty Corp. of Tidewater, for a Change (rf Zoning 
Distrid Ctassification from R-5 Residenttal District to 
0-1 (»fice IHstrid on certain property located at the 
Soutteast cfH-aer of Providence RMd and Kempsville 
Road, roteilnffadistance of 100 feet along the South side 

of Providence BmA, running a distance of 188 feet almig 
tte Ea^em priHierty line, running a distance of 100 feet 
al(»g tte Soottem pn^erty line and runaing a distance of 
188 feet akmg tbe East side of Kemimville Road. Said 
parcel eoi^Uns 18.800 square feet. (Bellamy Manor Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

13. Pditkm ot RiniticQs Company by Raymond M. Barrett 
for a Chai«e of Zooi% District Ctassification from I-l 
Light ladu^rial Ustrid to B-2 Community-Business Dis- 
trid aa certaiB iB-operty located at the Soutb»ist inter - 
Mcfioi of &>ath Boulevard and Eqiressway Drive, running 
a di^iKe of tM feet along ^ S<wth side of South Boule- 
vard, nnaiiv a distaase ot 531.04 feet along tte Eastern 
jH-operty line, ate ruM^ a distance of 650 feet along tte 
East sMe ei Eiqiressway wive. &id parcel c<»tains 2.744 
acres. KEMPSVILLE BCXKHIGH. 

14. Peyton Id Bow^ CMstmtion Com|»ny for a Ctaage 
of &itii« Distrid Ctassificatloa from R-2 Resid^U 
Olstrid to R-3 Resktatial Distrid oa certata ^t^erty 
toeated aa tte Swtb side td EweU Road beglnntagmt a peipt 
Wi fe^ BMirm or less East of Dunstan Lane, running a 
IMaaM oi. ir?3.67 taet alMg tte Southern property Ite, 
iw^a «slM^ <4 811.82 foetalOBg tte Earteni pr^irty 
Has, tm^m a di^ace of 1338.01 feat al«« the Northern 
pnperty )ia» uA raalw a distance of 393.44 feet &l(m the 



Westera pn^erty line of which 2^.22 feet more or less 
ta the S(Mith side of EweU Road. Said parcel crartaiu 
12.02 acres. (Tteroi«hgood Ar^). BAYSTOE BOROUGH. 

15. Petition of Itavto Oglesby and Rocco J. Lasslter for a 
Change of Zwiu Dlsfrid Ctassificatton from B-1 Bvsi- 
aess-RMld^tal District to B-2 Commuaity-BustaMs Dta- 
trid OB certain prc^erty begimiag at a ptM. 150 feet North 
of the intersection of Level Grera Brndevard aad Drew 
Drive, riiaaing a dlstaace of 375 feet aloog tte Westera 
property Itae, runalag a dlstaace of 86 feet almigtte 
Norttem pnqterty line. ruimii« a distance of 405 feet akrng 
tte Eastera prcqterty Une aad running a dtatance of 341 
feet along tte Southern pn^rty Itae. Said parcel contains 
2.508 acres. (Level Green Area). KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

16. PetitiiHi of E. A. Smith for a Change of Zcmlng Distrid 
Ctassification from H-1 Hotel District to A-1 Apartment 
IXstrid on certain property located at 58th Stred and 
Oennfront. running a distance of 157.76 feet alo% tte 
South side Uf 58th Street, running a distance of 95 feet 
along tte Eastern pn^erty line, running a distance of 150 
feet along the Scmthern pn^rty line and running a distance 
of 70 feet along the Western property line. Said parcel 
is known as Lots 1 and 2, Block 7. Ptat of Utermeer. 
LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

CONDITIONAL USE PERMIT: 

17. A|n>lici^on of Roger L. Longmire and Cbartas Bukow- 
skl for a C(»iditional Use Permit for a bulk storage yard 
OB certata property located on the East side of South- 
nte Avenue beginning at a point 50 feet North of Cleveland 
«r9et, running a distance of 75 feet along the East side of 
SoUtfagate Avenue, running a distance of 125 feet along the 
Nortbesm property line, runniog a distance of 75 feet 
along the Eastern prq)erty line and running a distance 
ot 125 feet along the Southern property line. Said parcel 
omtatas 9375 square feet. (Euclid Ptace Area). BAYSIDE 
BOROUGH. 

18. Anilication of Edna F. Hunley for a Conditional Use 
Permit for a home occupation (hobby ceramics) on cer- 
tata property located on the South side of Potters Road 
begiiming at a point 375 fed East of GatewoodAvenne, 
nmning a distance of 69 fed along the South side of Potters, 
Road, running a distance of 200 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 69 feet aloi% the Souttem 
property line and nmning a distance of 200 feet alcmg the 
Western property Itae. ^id parcel contains 13,800 square 
feet. (Gatewood Park Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

19. A{q)lication of Harry Spruill for a Conditional Use 
Permit for recreational facilities of an outdoor nature 
(fishily) on certain property located at tbe Southeast 
portion of Ld B-20 as shown on tae plat entitled "Re- 
ptat of Rudee Heights, Princess Anne County, Virginta", 
dated Decemter, 1950, which is located on the East side 
of Sodtalde Road. Plats with more detailed information 
are available in the Department of Planning. (Rudee to- 
ld Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

20. A^lication of Leo J. Martone and Leo J. Martone and 
Associates, Inc., for a Conditional Use Permit for a con- 
struction equipment storage yard on certain prq)erty 
located on the North side of Greenwich Road beginning 
at a point 1500 feet more or less East of Newtown Road, 
running a distance of 129.36 feet along tte North side 
of Greenwich Road, nmning a distance of 354 feet along 
the Westera property Itae, running a distance of 149.40 
feet along the Norttem property line and running a dis- 
tance of 277.81 feet along tte Eastera property line. 
Said parcel contatas .94 acre. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

21. Ai^lication of James Proferes for a Conditional Use 
Permit to operate a parking lot on certain property loca- 
ted on the East side of Atlantic Avenue beginning at a 
point 70 feet North of 11th Street, running a dtatance of 130 
feet alraig the East side of Atlantic Avenue, naming a dis- 

^tayiiBft af 4Safairt^alM(^iQ|[M(orthef|tjv^ running 

a distance of 130 feet dong the Eastern prqierty Itae and 
running a dtatance of 150 fed along tae Southern pn^rty 
Itae. Said parcel contatas 19,500 square feet. VIRGINIA 
BEACH BOROUGH. 

22. Abdication of PipeUne. Inc. for a Conditional Use Per- 
^ n^t for a stateboard park on certain property located on 

.-the South side of Vii^inta Beach Boulevard l>eginning at 
a iwint 700 feet East of Blrdneck Road, nmning a distance 
of 140 feet along tae Souta side of Virginta Beach Boule- 
vard, running a distance of 300 feet along the Eastera 
pn^rty Une, nimiii^ a distance of 168.87 feet along the 
Souttem property Itae and running a distance of 301.39 
fed along tbe Western pn^rty Itae. Said parcel contains 
1 acre more or less. (Seatack Area). LYNNHAVEN BOR- 
OUGH. 

23. Ai^catlon of Hiram L. Overstreet for a CondiUonal 
Use Permit for a bulk storage yard on certata property 
located (w the North side of Landstown Road beginning 
at -a poid 692 feet East of Prtacess Anne Road, running a 
distance of 138.60 feet along the North side of Ladstown 
Road, running a distance of 455 feet along the Eastera 
property Une, running a distance of 138.60 feet along the 
Northern property line and running a distance of 455 feet 
along the Western property Une. ^d parcel contains 1.4 
acres more or less. (Green Run Farm Area). PRINCESS 
ANNE BOROUGH- 

24. AppUcation of Stackhouse, Inc.. for a Conditional Use 
PermU for a building contractor's yard (parking of con- 
struction equipment) on certata property located 259.3 
feet South of Iteian River R(aA beginning at a potat 210 
feet more or less West of KempsviUe Road, running a dis- 
tance of 400 feet more or less along tae Northern property 
Itae. running a distance of 204.7 feet along the Wedera 
property lin e, running a distance of 400 feet more or less _ 
along tae SouJiera property line and running a distance 
of 204.7 feet along tte Eastera property line. Said parcel 
contatas 1.8 acres more or less. (Bonney's Corner Area). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

25. Application of Charles R. Pitta, Jr., for a Conditional 
Use Permit for a skatelward park and pro-step on certata 
property located at the Northwest intersection of Virginta 
Beach Boulevard and Byrd Lane, running a distance of 230 
feet along the North side of Virginta Beach Boulevard, 
running a distance of 415 feet along tae West side of Byrd 
Lane, running a distance of 229 feet along tae Souta side 

of Oconee Avenue and running a distance of 480 feet al(mg 
tae Westera property Itae. Said parcel contains 2.22 acres. 
(Oconee Park Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

26. AHdicaUon of David Oglesby and Rocco J. Lassiter 
for a Conditional Use Permit for mini-warehouses on cer- 
tata property beginning at a point 150 feet North of tae ta- 
ters^ion of Level Green Boulevard and Drew Drive, 
nmning a distance of 375 feet along tae Westera property 
Itae, running a distance of 86 feet along tae Norttera pro- 
perty Itae, running a distance of 405 feet along tte Eadera 
property line and running a distance of 341 fed along tte 
ScHithera property Itae. Said parcel contatas 2.506 acres. 
(Level Green Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

27. Application of tte City of Virginia Beach for tte dis- 
eonttauance, closure and abandonment ofportions of Eastera 
Stere Road. 

I^rcel 1: Beginning at the Northeast intersection of Wild- 
wood Drive and Eastern Stere Road, running a (ttstaa<» 
ctf 1899.61 feet ta a Northerly direction, runniag a dlstaace 
of 33.71 feet along tae Souta side of Old Dcmatioa Hitway, 
nming a distance of 1899 fed in a Soutaerly (ttrectioo 
UMl naming a distance (tf 30.11 feet aloDf tae Norta s^ 
<rf WUdwood Drive. 

Parcel 2: Begtantag at tte SoutaMst tatersection (d Wlkt- 
wood Drive and Eastern Siore Rote, nmning a ttstura 
of. 958.07 fed more or less in a Sodterly diredioa, ru- 
ntag a dlstaace (d 33.84 fed aloog tte Souttern bOMi&ry, 
tnteing a di^nce of 9i9 fed more or less ta a Nortaerly 
(ttredloB ate riMli^a tfdaace of 30.15 fed abng tte 
Smta site or Wldmed Drift. 

S^ part^ datata %M acres. Pkta wita i^re ddaUed 
MNraatioa are araflalde ta ^ D^partinaA of Ptamb^. 
LYNNHAVEN BC^OIXffi. 

Ptata wita nHKd^UedirtNraMttaai^tfMmqi^ea- 
ilMs ari ai^taMtiittt I^pMtaMat el Ma^taf. 
All taterested persons are tavited to attete. 
l^bertJ. Scdt 
Mc^^w ol Pkiuiaf^ 

^^3/30,4/6 2t 



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{g,r innrrrti jr us oiTiccs 111 Kjcnmonu, Virginia 
license to see mixed beverages, b«er ahd wme m 
d the above location. 

~Tl»naMes, addresses, and nature* of interest, of every 
perfM interested, or to be interested, in the business, 
to any extMt wtetsoeyer (exclusive of ownership of 

^tock if tie applicMt be a Cor^ration), are as follows: 

jAlbiB R. Mailhes, Jr., 726 Greensboro Ave., Partner. 
Beniunin F. Forehand. 501 UtM House Pt., Partner. 

.Sifned this 30th day of March. 197?: 

.Albin R, Mailhes, Jr. 



HJBUC NOTICE . 

Notice is hereby givw Uiat William G. Brown, 2662 
West Neck Rmd, Va. Beach, Virginia, 23456 has aM)lied 
for a Certificate of Compliance from the State Water 
Control Board pursuant to Secticffl 401 of the Federal 
Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1972, Pub- 
lic Law 92-500 to Stump Removal In Existii^, Canal 
complete drec^ing of existUig boat tHisin maintainance 
work. 

The decision whether to issue the Certificate of Com- 
pliance will be based on an evaluaticn of the effect of 
the ^t^sed activity on State waters. 

Written commoits or inquiries relative to this notice 
staould be addressed to the State Water Control Board, 
P.O, Box 11143^ Richmond, Virginia 23230 and shooM 
re«ch the Boarcl not later than 15 days after this pub- 
lication. 

VBSS/30 It 



VN^ginia Beach 
Public Notices 

NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Virgima: 

The r^ular meeting of the Council of the City o* Vir- 
ginia Beach will be held in the Council Chambers of 
jbe Admimstration Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
ata.ti(m, Virginia Beach, Virginia, on Monday, April 11. 
1977, at 1:00 P.M., at which Ume the foilowing appUca- 
tions will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUtiH: 

1. Petiticm <A Sam Sandler, Harry Sandler, Tavia Got- 
doB, Daniel Gordon and Allra J. Gordon for a Change 
of Zonii% District Classification from R-8 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on eeflain property loca- 
ted on Oe North side of Indian Si?er Road b^imii« 
at a pdnt 160 f^ East of Thrai|Aiiis Lane, moniiv a 
distance of 3M feet al(Mig the Nortt side ot Indian River 
Road, ruamng a distant of 3(^.67 fleet along the Eastern 
property line, running a distance of 380 feet along the 
Northoit prq)erty line add runi^ a distance <rf 300 
feet along the Westeni property lin«. Said parcel con- 
tains 2.48 acres more or less. KEHPSVILLE BCHOUGH 

2. Petition of W. W. Reasor for a Change of Zoning 
Distrlrtt Classification from R-8 Residential District to 
B-2 Community-Business IHstriet <« certain pn^rty 
located on the East side at tadnendence Boulevanl, 
North and Sooth of ifowAcpMf ^tST 

Parcel 1: Loaded at the Nortiieast intersecttra of In- 
dependence Boulevard and New Boo^y Ro^, numing 
a distance of 31.70 feet along the East sidectf Inde- 
peattence Boulevard, running a distance of 258.65 feet 
in a Itortbeisterly direction, miu^ a distance (d 
279.13 feet in a Southeasterly directioa, noaii^ a 
distance of 68 feet more or less in a Southerly direc- 
Um, running a distance of 100.94 feet in a Sovthvesterly 
directi<n, running a distance at 24.68 feet ft a North- 
westerly directitm, running a distance vi 57.90 feet 
in a S^hwesterly direction, ruuiing a (fistaoce of 1S.24 
feet in a Southerly ittrectioo, ruuiii^ a^disbtnce of 
22.54 feet in a Southwesterly direction and ruonii^ a 
distance of 380.22 feet in a Northwesterly direction. 
Parcel 2: Located at the Southeast intersection of bi- 
dependence Boulevard and New Boimey Road, miming a 
distance of 142.67 feet along the East side of Indqwn- 
dence Boulevard, running a distance of 95.90 feet in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 56.65 
feet in an Euterly direction, running a distance of 54.04 
feet in a Nortterly direction, running a distance of 
36.96 feet in an Easterly direction and naming annrnd 
a curve in a Northwesterly direction a distance (rf 
Z^M f^t. 

Said parcels contain 2.21 acres. Plats with more de- 
tailed i^ormatim are available in the D^artment of 
PUiHtfng. KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
BATSIDE BOROUGH: 

3. Petition of Howard Laderberg for a Change of Zqa- 
ing District ClassificatiMi from R-6 Residential Dis- 
trict to B-2 Commupity- Business District on ^jttain 
pToperty located 210 fe^ South of Virginia Betc^K^- 
vard beginning at a piinnt 119.98 feet East of S e < ie flel d 
Avenue, running a distance of 211.35 feet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 380 feet 
more or less along the Eastern pt-operty line, running 
a distance of 210 feet along the Southern property line 
and running a distance of .380 feet more or less along 
the Western pn^rty IItc. Said parcel contains 2 acres 
more or less. BAYSIDE BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLARIFICATION: 
PRINCES ANNE »}ROUGH: 

4. Petition of A. T. Taylor Estate for a Chaise of Zon- 
ing District Classificaticm from R-3 Residential District 
to R-5 Residential District on certain pnyerty located 
(w the Smth side of Lomlon Bri(%e Road bef^nniiii; at 
a peint 4720.3 feet more or less East ci Harpers Road, 
naming a distance of 400 feet alcng the So«th siile of 
Lond(tt Bridge Road, running a distance of 418.4 feet 
in a SouU^rly direction, running a distance of 1113 
feet in a South^sterly direction, rraning a distance oi 
604 feet in a Southerly direction, ruining a distance <d 
2589.8 feet in a Westerly directi(», runnii^ a (ttstai^ 
of 717.40 feet in a Northerly directlcw, ruuii* a «tta- 
taiKe of 544.50 feet in a Southeasterly directiai, nmiiv 
a m^^Mne of 791.30 feet in a Northeasterly dir^tioa, 
ruMig a distance of 255.4 feet in a Ncnlherly direc- 
iicn, rining a disUnce of 370.3 feet in a Soutteasterly 
dlrecttMOtf m^ a (ttstance (rf 311.3 fe^in a Nortt- 
erly directiM. Said parcel coMaiu 55.6 aer«i. PRIN- 
CESS ANNE MmXJGH. 

5. PtUUm of A. T. Taylor Estate for a Cte^e of Zm- 
Ing IMstrict Classification from AG-1 Agrtcultural IHs- 
triet to R-5 Residential District M certain pr^ierty 
locaM 1S50 feet more or less Som <tf Lmte BrMge 
SxM b^^ta^ at a pcM 3350 teM wmt w tan &it 
^ aupers ntmi, mtf q; a tfslMw i4 2»9.8 feet aloig 
the ■orthem property Um, rmmfng a dstuce ct SSS 
feet tfng ^ Eastern pit^rty Um, rwa^tig a dlslHce 
(tf ttlO.w feet al<N% tto So^m property 11m mS 
naaim • disUwe (tf tll.m in^ ^g the Western 
property Um. Said parcel ecMdas 35.5 acres more or 
taM. MnCGi ANNE BOm>IK». 

i. Pettito tf Jtm H. umm, R. Ernest Brovn. W. S. 
Ma^M. T.M. MttM, Paul Ma^. OUw W. HaflM, 
L«^M> fj^tm Brovn. MMii S. Ibllm, JtM'Ir. 
Mifab i^'ftite^ M. HilMi«ftva^wt'<iUMig " 

m ft^S^^Mfi Mrtriet to 

.n certain pnnerty located 

yaiOD Bridge Mttf begiinlng at A 

**• of Oeeaaa Boulevard, nuaing 

'.ong the West side of Londn 

at], A'-iiiuung a distance of 279.65 iMt Ini 

itbwest^rly dlrecti<M, niftning a di^ace erf 



Virgjni 



1310.34 in a Northwesterly direction, ruoniie^ a dis- 
tance of 1540 feet in a i^^erly dirMtiM, runal^k 
dlsteMe (tf 900 feet in an Eaatorly cttivetion, runnl^ 
a ittsteBce of 177.09 feet in a Nortteriy direction awl 
ruBDiflg a distance of 5«,40 feet in an Easterly direc- 
tum. Salt ^uxel ccmtains 31.8 acrM more or less. 
(WoodMiae Conwr Area). PRttlCE^ AHNE BOfiOUGH 
7. Pmutm of John H. Maltai, H. Eniest Bnwn. W. R. 
MtaltM^, T. M. Itelbw, Paul Malbmi, OUv« W. Malbon, 
Lemtiw Frames Brown, Matilda S. Mattiw, i^n T. 
MallNM and Barfmra M. MalbiNi for a Chiige d ZcMing 
Ustrict CUsfiifleatiw from AG-1 Agrimltoral District 
to 8-S Residential District on certaUi pMper^ located 
l^iM feet more or less West of Lmdon BrMge RMd 
b^inid^ at a point 2370 feet more or less North of 
the intersection of Prineess Anne Road and Ck^ina Boule- 
vard, runnii^ a distance ^1540 feet more or less in a 
Northerly direction, runnii^ atUstence of 721.18 feet 
in a Northwe^erly directlM, running a distance of 
1822.84 feet in a Southerly direcUcn, ruuHgg a dis- 
tance <tf 396.80 feet in a Southeasterly directiai and 
running a distance of 1092 feet more or less in an Eas- 
terly direction. Said parcel contains 33,9 acres more or 
less. (Woodhouse Comer Area). PRINCES ANNE BCWt- 
OUGH. 

Richard J. Webbon 
City Clerk 

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NOTICE TO TOE PUBLIC 

OF APPLICATK)*! BY 

VIRGDOA ELECTRIC AND POWER COMPANY 

Notice is her^y given to the pidiUc that Virginia 
Electric and Pcnrer Company has filed with the State 
Corporation Commission an ai^lliation requesting au- 
thorization to discmtinue its present prat^ce of pro- 
viding and installii^r overhead service entrance cable 
from the point ofattacUnent on the buildii^ to the meter 
location for single family residential units re<iuiring 
new or rewired service ctwnecUons haviK a capacity 
of 100, 150, 200 or larger amperes. VEPCO pn^oses 
to continue to provide and install overhead service dri^ 
to the point of attachment on the building. 



' In suMiort of its proposal the Company states in its 
application Uut: (1) Company Initiated its present {h^- 
gram in June, 1956, of proridl^ overhead service en- 
trance (»bles to single family residential tudts because 
such residential mits in VEPCO's service area had in- 
adequate wiring fecllities; (2) Company now finds that 
a majority of the political sididivisioas witUn tts ser- 
vice ar^ have macted electrtcaL wiring (u-dtnaBces 
that require residetflal units to have adequate wiring; 
therefore, the necessity to furnish overhead service en- 
trance cable is no longer required; (3) Conqiany ex- 
pended an>roximately $2,300,000 for this ^tjgram in 1975. 
These capital eqienditures were included in its rate 
base and eUmiiattoi of this prc%ram will be ccmsistent 
with the Company's goal of kequng its rate ta^seata 
mioinaum white cartiauii^ to provide a rellaiile, safe 
awly of electricity to its customers; and (4) Company 
will continue to own and maintain all overiiead serrice 
entrances that it owns as of the (tete of a final order of 
the Commissioh in this matter. 

■ The an>lication and »^wrtii« exhibits are (m file, 

and may be seen, ^t the offices (d^sf 

tkffl Canwiisstoa. Blantm Bidl^M, B^ 

Also, the ajiiflroillon and wthIbltswiUI»ii_ _ _ _ 

April IS, 1977, Ibr jgOMc iaspectiflo at all iNisioeas 

offices of VEPCO where bUls can be paid. 

The Ccnnmission's Staff has been directed to investi- 
gate VEPCO's prqwsal and to fUe its reoHnnralBtlons 
with the Cominis^on on or before April 15, 1977. 
Any interested person who desires to file written com- 
ments with the Commission, either for or against 
VEPCO's apidication, must file such comments with 
the Commission m or before April 15, 1977, atteiMni, 
William C. Young,^ Clerk,. ^te CorptH^dnCfntmis- 
si(m, P.O. Box 1197, Richmond, Virgin^ 23209. Any 
interested person who desires to request a hearing be- 
fore the Comn)issl(Hi on the antUcation shcMld so ad- 
vise the Commissicw on or before April 15, 1977^ 
by writing to the Clerk (d the Commisston. 

VHKJINU ELECTIBC AND POWER COMPANY 
VBS 3/23, 3/30, 4/6 3t 




CRDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 22nd day of March, 

1977 

William H. Hydar, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Josefina Adan Ritter 

Hydar, 

Defendant. 

The (*Ject of this suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoni from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of more than oae 
year separation, or, in the 
altenmtive, on the ground 
of adultery. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that the 
defen(tent is anon-resident 
of the SUte of Virginia, 
the last^^-known postoWce 
address being: c/Division 
Azttl 10, Puerto De l&inta 
Maria, Cadix Providence 
l^in. it is ordered that 
she do ai^ar here within 
ten (10) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may i>e necessary to pro- 
tect her interest to this 
stft. 

A c<^-Teste: Jctm V. 
FentiwK 

By: Pattl A. Keenehan D. 
Ckrt, rf 
AadTMrS', Fine 
7^ Law Bl<k. 
Granby and Plume Streets 
Nor^. VA 23510 

VBS 3/tO, 4/6. 4/13, 4/20 

ORDER OF PtJBLICATroN 

In the Clerk's Wfice of the 

Clrejit Court of the City 

of Virginia B^cb, VA, m 

tte 1^ &y of March, 

1977. 

KarM E Clifford, 

PlaWiff, 

H^iut 

natm JM^CUffonl,Jr 

DrfndaBt. 

Tin (ri^eet ^ this suit is 
to (Mtin a divorce a rin- 
culo matrttMHli from tte 
aald ^tttuit, qm tt» 



And an amdavit havii« 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a n(m-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 3210 
Siq^ly Squadnm, EglinAir 
Force Base, Florida, it is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within t^ (10) days ' 
after due pubUcatton here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to prefect his in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Cleric 
H. Calvin £^n 
P.O. Box 2127 
3184 Vii^inia Beach Bli^. 
Vit^isia Beach, VA 23452 

3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20 4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Cirdiit Court of the City 

of Vlr^nia B^u^, VA-, on 

tte 18th day (d March, 

1977. 

I^wis A. MeDcwald, 

PkdMitf. 

^atet 

Linda McDonald, 

I^eiuiaM. 

The object of this suit 
is t% dMalB a divorce a 
menst et tboro, later to 
be merged into a flMl de- 
cree of divorce from the 
sato defra^nt, upon the 
gn^Mis of deserttwand-a- 
iwMnment. 

Aid an aflMivit tevlng 
been made and filed that 
due dlig^^ ta« twen us- 
ed ^ or in betetf M the 
CMB^i^ toas^rtainin 
whtth cMMy of cor- 
pffntMi m Mmtaat is, 

mmm <m^, m last 

taom pMt (Mee aMress 
b«m: SIX E. Spates Av- 
mm, VlJflnte ^ach. VA. 
it is ortered ^1 ate A> 
iwnr here vttUi teg (10) 
days after ^ friMMtlon 
tenM, tM # MM^^be 
^ ^waq r to fn^M ter 
l^rrart to ttls MM. 



A copy-Test«; Jo< 
Fentress 

By: Pattl A. Keenehan, De- 
puty , Clerk 
James W, Bniier, J\ 
737 21st^. 
Virginia Heacb, VA 23458 

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ORDEafi 

VlruttU: In tte Clerk's 

CWtce of the Circuit Court 

of tte City <a Virgiiiia 

Beach, on the 22nd Day of 

March, 1977. 

In re: A<b^on of Ethan 

James Coullier 

By: Edward Joia O'Toote, 

Jr. & ^irlc^ Ttere&a 

O'Toole 

To: Mr. Douglas James 

Warner 

96 Lake Flower Avenue 

Sarancac Lake, New York 

12983 

InClianceiY 

#C77-365 

This (toy cwae Edward 
Joia O'Toole, Jr.and^r- 
ley Theresa O'Toole, Pe- 
titioners, and r^resented 
ttet tte object of this pTo- 
ceedli« is to ^ttect the 
aikiptton of the above named 
Infant (s), Ettian James 
Coullier, by Edward J(An 
O'Toole, Jr. and Shirley 
Tteresa O'Toole, luisband 
and wife, and attidavit hav- 
ing teen made and filed 
that Douglas James War- 
ner, a natural parent of 
said child(ren), is a mn- 
resident of the State of 
Virginia, the last known 
post i^ce uidress telng: 
96 Lake Flower Avenue, 
Saranac Lake, New York 
12983. It Is tterefore Or- 
(tered that the said Douglas 
James Warner appear te- 
fore tliis Court within ten 
(10) days after pid^cation 
of this Order and indicate 
his/her attitude toward the 
pn^sed adci^toD, or 
otherwise do vhftt Is ne- 
cessary to pnotect his to- 
terest in this matter. 
A copy test: 

John V. Foiltress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. KeeiiehanD.C. 

VBS 8/30, 4/6.4/18,4/201 
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In t)w Clerk'9.0fficei of the 

Ctreult Court of the City 

of VirginU BMcb, VA., oa 

tte 2Sth day tii March, 

1977. 

Arthur P. CoM>, 

Plaiatifr, 

a^iiBSt '■■'!- 

Hflrae F. Cotieh, 

Deftffldant. 

The object <a this suit 
is to ohtiUn a divorce a 
measa et ttero tolK mer- 
ged into a dlvoreeaviiienlo 
matrimonii upon tte m- 
Iriratioo of the staM<»ry 
period from tte add de- 
fw^aut, qx» tte grounds 
of^Mcrtion, 

And SB affidavit haviiv 
been ratde and filed th^ 
tte defeutant is a oon-re^ 
stf^itirt the l^teof Vir- 
giida, tte last known post 
office address teii«: 6968 
Castle Drive, Blrmtogham, 
Michigan. 48010 it is or- 
dez^ that ste do appear 
here iMAi tra <10) days 
after due puUicatton tere- 
<d, and do n^t najr te ne- 
cessai7 to.protect her in- 
terest in Otis sqit. 

A coigr-Teste: Jdu V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeadian, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Donald J. Conreas 
U06 Plaza One Bkte. 
Norfolk, VA 2SS10 

VBS3/S0, 4/6, 4/13,4/20 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Cireult Ciwl of tte Ci^ 

of Viifiaia B«ich. VA, ob 

tte 24th day a Mar^, 

1977. 

Rntid James UuKtf , 

PlaidUff, 

agiihst 

TMa Jastlne UzmoA, 

Defetttaitt. 

He oiijeet of this s^ 
is to oMitn a ittratte a 
viMBlo JutittmU fettn 
tte add detaadBBt, upoate 
gmttds of ^ y^r 
separatlra. 

Anl an a^lavit tevl^ 
tea BMde ud filed ttat 
tte MCB&M is a WM-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
dllce address teiog: 3852 
Walalagtem Drive, Men- 
phis, Tennessee 18128 ills 
ordered ttet sli« do appear 
tere wlttto tw (M) itois 
after ite jmUlte hero- 
ot and te irtal nay teM- 
eessary to ^v^A ter tn- 
tm^ ia liMi s^. 
A «^.Tefte: J^ V. 

Bfi Qfl^A. K^iMa,DC' 



ICATION 

, - Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, Va. 

on the 18tb day of March, 

1977. 

Jeanne Anne Woodruff 

Plaintin. 

agaiairt 

Ward "Wendell Woodmff, 

Def^HMrt. 

The ^Ject of this suit 
is to oMain a divoroe a 
vinculo matrimt^i ft^Mn 
tte said defn^ut, vpon the 
grMn^ 6tsm yMrseiHur- 
atiW; 

4kOi an affidavit haviof 
been made and filed ^t 
due dil^Me« tes tern us- 
ed l^ or in btriialf itf tte 
ComplaiaaBt to iMceftato 
in wuch^u^ or corpora - 
Uon tte AtfttOHit Is, With- 
out ^mA, Ktn last known 
post (rifice address bdi^; 
2830 aore Drive, Apt. 301, 
Virginia Beidi^ VA 2S45l< 
it is ordered ttat he 40 
app«ir here wi^tn ti^ OO) 
days after doe piMtimBw 
hereof , sjM do what may 
te Bfcessary to protect bis 
interest in ttis suit. 
A cq>y-T%te: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By:PattiA.K«iiMkan,D.C. 
John D. ttx^cer, Jr. 
2625 Prtoceiv Aaiie Boad 
Virg:inla Beaek.VA. 23496 

VBS 3/30, 4/6. 4/13; 4/20 



The object of this suit 
Is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoail from, 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
teen made and filed that 
the defendant Is a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vlr- 
gtoia the last known post 
office address teing: Col- 
orado It Is ordered that he 
(to appear here within ten 
(10) days after due publica- 
uon hereof, and do what 
may te necessary to pro- 
tect his toterest in this 
suit: 

A cqjy- Teste: J«An V. 
Ftt^ress 

By: Patti A. KeeMhan.D.C. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Grainy areet 
'Suite 850 
Norfolk. VA 23510 

VBS 3/16, 3/23, 3/30, 4/6 
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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

Virtioia: lo tfi6 Clerk's 

Office (rfthe Circuit Court 

of tte City of Viiifiaia 

Beach on tte 22oddayof 

March, 1977 

C^lterineH.BvrUtt 

C(HBi^iatoant 

vs. 

Mic^ti Bnrkltt, Jr. 

D^eadaat 

In Chancery No. C77-111 

The (Aject of this suit 
is to efieet partition te- 
tweea tte owners by sale 
or etterwise (tf tte real 
pn^wrty in tte Cite of Vir- 
ginia Beach, Vir^, 
kmiwaas 2833 North iUags 
Road. Aad Aflidiidi Ittv- 
ing bMB made tad flted 
ttet tte OflHtedant, Miehael 
BurUtt, Jr., is not a re- 
sident of this stete. it is 

OROEREP H|»t thp Mid 

after due ^ , 

Order aad do what is ne 
cessary to protect his in- 
tfirfists 

ft is'fiirtlier ORPERED 
ttet the foregt^ jportion 
of this Order te p^tehed 
once a week for four (4) 
succe«dve wetia in The 
VirglBia Beach Sun. a 
nmrqu^icr pulditiied in the 
City fd Virftola Beach, 
Virginia. 

A c(vy t^e: Jc^ V. 
Featr^», Clerk 
J^FitfU A. Xemehan, D.C. 
TaulM. Lipkto 
Goldbbtt, Lipkin, Cohen, 
AMUtm ft Jeiddtts 
804 Plaza dae Building 
Noj^lk, Virginia 23510 

VBS 3/30, 4/6,4/18,4/20 
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ORDER OP PUBLICA'nON 

la the Clerk's (Mflce of the 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginia B«ich, Va., on 

tte 2nd day of Marcb, 1977. 

Cid»iB Staaliy Scott, Jr. 

PlaiBtltf, 

sipalsst 

Moaica^^ Ann Scott, 

DefiNidyuit. 

1%e<]^je(^ofthi5Sttttis 
to obtain a divorce a inen- 
sa et thoro to te U^er 
merged loto a divorce a 
viacttlQ matrifflooii ap(Hi 
lot^r aivllcatton and at 
prt^er time from the said 
detendaat, iqwnlhe grounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit teving 
be«i made andflledttetthe 
defoidaid isaaon-resident 
of tte Stete of Virginia, Uie 
last kaowa post otffee add- 
ress teiag: c/oMo^ca Me- 
yers, 290 Avaot Drive, Ha- 

lelwood, lUssonri, 63143 

it is ordeiied ttet lAie do 

appear tere «fQdn ta (10) 

days after due pidtUcatkni' 

lierfof, aad do vtet maybie 

aecessai7 to jMtAect her 

iaterest la this suit. 

A c(^-Te8te: J<rim V. 

FenlFess 

By: PattiA.Kecneten,D.C. 

Gay E. MiUos, Jr. 






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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

m the Ctat'S Office of tte 

Clrcatt Court <rf ^ City 

<d Virgiida Beach, Va.. oe 

tte Sad day of March, 1977. 

SteHa^ L. Carrico Kiak, 

Plaiatfif, 

agaiiu^ 

Mmi Edward Xiok. 

Dffeadaat 

Tte dnject of fids suit 
is to obteto a divorce a 
vinculo jaatrim<mii fi:t>m 
ttie saM dtfMidaiA. iqk» 
tte ^Nrante <^ 1 yeu* se- 
paraltoa (Bo-£iUQ)<&G- 
ttoa 80-9t r9) (a) Code of 
Viiftate vm 

KM aa affidavit teviag 
beat Agie aadflledtiigtaie 
d^MMhat is anon-rertdant 
of tte &Ae of V&ntfiUa, 
tte teid kaowB post IMce 
tMHm Mag: e/o DeMld 
W^em, hemgcutt Road, 
mmma ttmn Puk, 
ChMvfek, Piteqrhnuda it 
te ontn^ VMU^^iBikp- 
pear tere vMUa tea f 10) 
<teys a^r Itae piatfiatttM 
ynsi, nd do ^i«M aaay 
te McesMry to |l«h^ 
ids Mwest te Ms Hdt. 
A eOi^-T^te: JcAa V. 

By:PUtiA.KeeBehftB,D.C. 
lUhitfrt J. Cohen 

P.O. i^tsn 

Safte 301 Bflttft Towar 
3380 Paetfte AvSBue 
Virginte Beach, Va. 23451 

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CffiDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tlie Clerk's Office of Hie 

Circuit Court cf tte City 

of Vlrgiate Beach, Va., on 

tte &kl day of March. 1977. 

Joyce C. Avery, 

Plaiatitf, 

against 

William H. Avery, Jr., 

Defeadaat. 

The object of this suit 
. is to ot^ a divorce a 
vinculo nuttrimooil tram 
tte said defendant upon tte 
gKMBds of OK (1) yrar 
eoatteuous sqiarancHi (No- 
fuilt) S^etite 20-91 (a) (1) 
Code of Virginte, 1950, as 
am«)ded. 

AkI an affidavit teving 
tera made and filed ttet 
tte d^Ddaat tea aon-re> 
irfdMioLtteSt^ofVir' 
giate, tte last known post 
office address beteg: Cpl. 
WlUtem H. Avery, Jr.. 3»- 
50-2527, H 3/10 2Dd Marr 
iae^^lMi, CanpI^Htee. 
North Car<dite 28540 It te 
ordered ttet te <to appear 
tere withte ta (1(Q iteys 
after due poWcatfoa hnre- 
of , aad do what may te ne^ 
Cessary to protect his ten 
cessary to pnrtect hte 
toterest to this sulk. 
A cc^-Teste: Jote V. 
Fw^^i^s 

I^: Patti A. KeentinaD.C. 
n^totfel J. Cokra 
P.O. Office Box 573 
3330 Padfic Avenite 
Virginte Beach, Va. 23451 

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M^ or PUBUCAT»N 
Ul te ^^Ht's Cmet <rf 
te Ctr^^^^^M tf tte 

c^ m tt^^ ^Brii.vA:. 



ORDER 
VIROBQA: Of THE 
CUaUCV M-FICE OFTBE 
CBBeurr COURT OP tBB 

CITY m vmmutmmn 

(Ml ras 9TR MY OF 

MARCB, 197?. 

h re: Adoptkn ot Charles 

^ iraUin V. Lassen 
ttid Bmir^S. liusm. 

I^VMteW^ftte 

Vtriitti Beach, Vlrgiate 



UOmuTf 

^ TMs diV cam WUtea 
M^»«g^wly 8. 

to^att«eM^S«te 



WtewJfCorrv 

p;o. tex its 



PltMtifl. 






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parent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the Stete ^ 
of VitgiiTte, the last known 
post office address lieing: 
2305 Sibley Court, Vir- 
gtoia Beach, Virginia. 

It is therefore Ordered 
ttet the said Vance Wykle 
appear tefore this Court 
within ten (10) days After 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise' do wtet 
is necessary to protect his 
interest te this matter. 

A c^ t^te: J(to V. 

FMtress, Cleit 

By: Patti A. Ke«i^«aD.C. 

Stwrt L. Nadunaa 

Steteg<dd,^etegotdft^ 

Nadiun ''' 

1116 U^ed Virginte Bank 

Bui^i« 

Noriolk. Viitinia 23514 

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CRDER OF PUBUCATION 

to toe Clerk's Office Of the 

Circutt Court of te City of 

Vligi^ Beach. OQ tte 7th 

dayofJfareh, 1977. 

Adelatoa M. Valer, 

Ptetetiff, 

against 

Pedro M. Valer, 

IMMteat. 

. Ite object ot this suit 

is to obtein a divorce a 

vtecttk) matr^Minii from 

tte said defendant upon the [ 

grounds ot aeration in : 

excess of one year. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed that 
the defowteat te a non-re- 
siddnt of testate of Vir- 
ginte, te test laowu post 
office address teU$:Tvl)i- 
goB, Botel, PUUi^es. ft . 
is orderM ttet te do ap- 
pear tere within ten (10) 
(tey$ aft^ due publication 
tereof, and do idiat mayte , 
necessary toprotect his te- 
terest to this suit. 
A c<Hiy-Twte: J(*n V. 
Fentress 

Bj: J. Cwrtte Fruit b^uty ' 
Clerk 

Arthur C. Ermlich 
210 Attaafic National Bank ^ 
Buildteg ^ 

Norfolk, VirgiQia i 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

te te Clerk's Office of 

te Clr^t Court of tte 

City of Virginia Beach, VA, , 

on te^thdayof February, , 

1977. 

Katerte Jo McDaniel 

YaiBg, 

Plaintiff, 

a^dtet 

Lucky D. Young, 

Defemtent. 

Tte object of thte suit ' 
is to ofitato a dlvoMe a' 
vteculo Otetrimonii from 
te said <tefendant, iqkhi 
tte grounds of one year 
s^Mration. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet; 
the (tefeadant is a non-re- 
sident of toe Stete of Vir- 
ginte, te last known post 
offi(% Mldress teing: 
Swarte Cre^, Michigan it . 
is orderedttettedo appear 
tere witidn ten (10) days 
after Aie'pid)lieatlon tere- 
(rf« aad do wtet may te 
necessary to protect his 
latere^ te this suit ; 

A WBr-Teste: Jote V, 
Fentress 

fttttA. Keiraehan 
tktemter Legal Aid 

147 Granby Street, Office 

350 

Noriolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
te te Clerk's Office of tee 
Circuit Court <rf te City 
of Virginia Beach, VA., on 
te 28to day of Fehniary, 

itn, 

Ibrpret Marie MasM 

LOBf. 

Ptetetiff, 
against 
James Long, 
DefM^i^. 

Il^ ^Ject (tf thte suit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
vlKHlo mtrii^rii from 
te s^d d^i»teat, ivm 
te gromte a om jeur 
sapanttoa. 

JOA »t idSdavU teviw 
tee» aHMte aad flted thrt 
te d«hateid te a w»-re- « 
Mm id te Itate.ot Vir-. 
fitfa. te test ^WB post 
^ce ttidress biU%: New 
ViMrtc^^^^e it te wdend 
ttet tedftiiPMVhnv vtth^ 
in tM(10>dajw«Mp (tee 
pi^^M hH^aad do 
^M teijr te BMi^try to 
mrtMt Ms iBtenM te this 
attt. 

A Mw^Twte; Jite V. 

fmtMt 

ftttlA.KeweteB.l}X 
Wnmter L^ Aid 



Street, 0»ct; 



147 
IN 
VImtm, VA IMio 

VKi/». |/|«. 

41 



SO 



mm 



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T/, M. 



CHff%ood Beach; Ne% 

riancerv 

'lay came Rl. 
: Viohl and Bar 
- ..Pritchttt Millei f ■ 
more Vi<ili], P>;titKi.- 
tn<J re}Ji't,sente<J that iw 
ohjf^ct of this f>rocee<ling 
f.M to effect the adoption 
hpt tbe above named infant 
Lisa Lee Cranraort', hy 
Robert Carl Viohl and Birr 
bara Lee Pritchett Milioi 
Crarmort Viohl, hushami 
and wife, and affidavit hav 
ini; been made and filefl that 
Robert Michael Cranmore, 
a natural parent of said 
child, is a non-r«sident of 
the SUte of VirRinia, the 

last known post office add- 
ress being. 209 Hilltop 
Boulevard, Cliff wood 
B«ch, New Jersey It is 
therefore Ordered that the 
said Robert Michael Cran^ 
more appear befbre this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of tliis Or- 
der and indicate his atti 
tude toward the proposed 
adoption, or otherwise do 

whSit is necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
matter. 

A copy teste: John V, 
Fentress, Clerk 
By; Patti A. KennehanD.C. 
Sidney Sacks 
Suite 508, Plaza One 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Viit:inia Beach, VA, on 
the 28th day of February, 
1977. 

Carol Jean Streckfus Ken- 
ser, 
*^>lalntiff. 
against. 

Ffed Wf.yne Kenser, 
Defendant. 

Tiw object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
from 
ithe 



n vJI'ii 



<<G1MA 1 
'NO I)/ 




year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
ttie defendant Is a non- re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
g^ia, tH» bst known post 
(^ce address being: Idor- 
ley, Missouri it is order- 
ed that be do appear here 
within ten ^10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

By: PattiA.Keenehan.DC. 

Tidewater Le(;al Aid 

Society 

147 Granby Street, Office 

350 

Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of tlie City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 28th day of February, 

1977. 

Luther Earl Ives, Jr 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robin Lynn Ives, 

Defendant 

The object of this suit 
IS to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be later 

. mecKed into a divorce a 
i^oculo matfimtoil ftwtt 
. Oie 4said def^^eatw i^ 
ttef rounds of tesertto, 
Airt tt aJBdavit latvi^g 
»*en made tU filed that 
the defeiriant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 

■ office address iwing: 90 
Crestw<x)4 Drijej kocM^i- 
ville, luUsiA. 4£iSt it is 
ordered tbat she do api^r 
Mr* witlOtfs ten (10) days 
after due fMblication here- 
of, waA do «tat may be w- 
cessary to protect i»r in- 
terest fat this suit, 
A ci^-teste; John V, 
Fentre; 
By: Pai 

,i, Theodore A. Bo> 
ISON. Plau Tr«' 
Virginia Beach. VA 23452 

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01 Vl^UUt 

tbe ^b tiiy of 
1977. 

Garland Cmlv 
PUinliW 



JLM 



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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
VIRGINIA. 

In the Circuit Court of the 
i City of Virginia Beacti on 
the 2nd Day of March, 1977 
Thomas Alfred Drewett, 
Complainant, 

V. 

Kay Collier Drewett, 

Respondent. ' 

In Chancery No C-77-7,'J 

THIS CAUSE came on 
this day to be heard on th*- 
Affidavit of James R. Mt;- 
KeJ^ry, counsel for the 
Complainant; and the mat- 
ter was argued by counsel. 

IT APPEARING TO THE 
COURT that Kay Collier 
Drewett, whose last known 
post office address was 
4609 Austin Lane, Virgima 
Beach, Virg;inu, does not 
reside in the Common - 
wealth of Virginia; and 

IT FURTHER APPEAR- 
ING TO THE COURT that 
an action fur the transfer 
of said property by spe- 
cial commissioner, has 
been filed; it is, there- 
fore. 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED 
AND DECREED that the 
Respondent , Kay Collier 
Drewett a{^ar before tbis 
Court within, ten (10>i!ays 
after due publication of this 
Order and answer the com • 
plaint or state grounds of 
of defense thereto, or 
otherwise do what is ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 

ADJUDGED, ORDERED 
AND DECREED that this 
Order be published in the 
Virginia Beach .Sun, a 
newspaper having general 
circulation in the Virginia 
Beach area for a period 
of one (1) time each week 
for four (4) consecutive 
weeks. 
ENTER: 
- H.L. Lam. Judge 
A copy-teste- John V. 
Fentress 

James R. McKenry 
Beach Towers 
3330 Pacific Ave., 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 2ND DAY OF 
MARCH, 1977. 
In re: Aoption of Jeffrey 
Dale Miller, an infant 
By: Robert Cart Viohl and 
Barbara Lee Pritchett Mil- 
ler Cranmore Viohl 
Petitioners 

To: Mr. Alfred Dale Mil- 
ler 

2006 Washington Avenue 
Des Moines, Iowa 

In Chancery 

#77-267 - 
This day cam^ Robert 
Carl Viohl and Barbara 
Lee Pritchett MlllerCran- 
more Viohl, Petitioners, 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of 
the above named infant, 
Jeffrey Dale Miller, by Ro- 
bert Carl Viohl and Bar' 
hara Lee Pritchett Miller 
Cranmore Viohl, husband 
wife/ and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Alfred Dale Miller, a na- 
^ral parent of said child, 
is a non- resident of the 
State of Virginia, the hist 
known post offirt* ad<1rf>.s'i 



19 therefore Ordered 
v.,«it the said Alfred Dale 
Miller appear before ttiis 
"- -' iithin ten (10) days 
.iblication of this 
Otat-i and indic^ite his/her 
Mtitude toward '\\<' pri 
^sed adop' 
wi5re do wb 



berlv 



Wrpnn Brovin 
Fetm oners ■ 
To. Kenyon Bai 
Wheeler 

400 E 3r.l ,\v.'V.!F P.'.. \^- 
Red Spring 

111,, "fill" 



f'his day Nt-l- 

ijon Brown <imi Larolyn 
Wrenn BrOwn. Petitioners, 
and represented that tlif" 
object ol this proceeding is 
to effect the adoption of the 
tSkm named infant Kim- 
berly Frances Whfeeler.-t»y 
Ivey Nelson Brown and > 
Carol vn Wifwi Brown. 
husband and wife, and af- 
fidavit havint! t>eeii made 
and filed tlmt Kenfon Bar- 
ton Wheeler, a naturid par- 
ent of said child, is a 
non-resident of the Statt 
of Virginia, the last known 
post oftice address being: 
400 E 3rd Avenue, Box 
48, Red Spniigs, North 
Carolina 28377 tt'i? there- 
fore Ordered thaf tte said 
Kenyon Barton Wheiiler ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate bis attituiJe 
toward the proposed ad(^ 
tlon, or qtbery^se do wlut 
is necessary -to protect his 
interest' in this matter. 
A cop3f teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: Patti A. Keenehan 
Anothony F. Radd 
1240 Virginia National 
Bank BuildiHg 
Norfoljk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OP PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, Va., on 

the 3rd day of March, 1977. 

Carole Qibson Sihtth, 

Ptel^tifr, 

against' 

George Elton Smith, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to otftain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grouiftls ofsqmrationfor 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last knoiirn post 
office address beins:: 1921 

Highway 80 West, Jackson, 
Mississippi, it is ordered 
that He do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
tbis suit. 

A copy-Teste- John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A.Ke^eban,D.C. 
Morton V. Whitlow 
P.O. Box 968 
Portsmouth, Va. 23705 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 

CLERK'S OFFICE, OF THE 
CIRCUIT COUR OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 4TH DAY OF 
MARCH. 1977. 
In re: Adoption of Leigh 

w 
Anne J«Aiings 
By: Ernest H. Bowman, 
Jr. and Peggy I, Bowman 
Petitioners 

To: Charlss D. Looney 
California 

In Chancery 
#C-77-202 
This day came Ernest H. 
Bowman, Jr. and Peggy I, 
Bowman, Petitioners, and 
represented that .the-x^ject 
of this proceedingLs to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
alMve named infant (s). 
Leigh Anne Jennings, by 
Ernest H. Bowman, Jr. and 
Peggy I. Bowman, hu.?^""' 
and wife, and affidavit 
ing been made and fileu uw 
Charles D Looney, a na- 
tural parent of said child 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 
being: somewhere in C«i*- 
fornia it is therefore ^f 
dered that the said Cb^ 



V)i)jiia,i III i.ii.' I. lerk's 
Office of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginu 
Beach, on the 17th dav of 
March, 1977. 

In re' Adoption f>t William 
David Baidrigt' ami change 
of name to William David 
Adams 

By David Reynolds Adams 
& Nancy BaiUriKO Adams 
PetltirtnfM .«; 

TO: Milton Ki ninis Moro- 
zcwich 

Hickor> AtK s 
ParmiiiKtod. Pennsylvama 
h\ Cli,incery 
•C 77-234 
This day came David 
Reynolds Adamf lind Nancy 
Baldrige Adams, Petition- 
ers, and represented that 
the. object of this proceed- 
ing is to effect the adop- 
tion of the above named 
infant, William David Balil- 
rig^. by David Reynolds 
Adams and Naocy Baldrige 
Adams,. husband and wi; 
and affidavit ' having 
mide and filed that MUton 
Francis Uorozawich, a na- 
tural parent of said child, 
is a noo' resident of the 
SUte of Vlitinia, the last 
kwnm post office address 
beby: Hickory Acres, 
Farmiqgfon, Pien^lraiiia 
It is theT«toreOr^t«dtl«A'' 
the said Milton Francis 
MoroEowich appear before 
this Court within ten (10) 
days after publication of 
this Order and indicate Iffs 
attitude toward the pro - 
posed ' addition, or other- 
wise do^vbat is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. ' " '^'i ' 

A copy teste- John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By; Patti A. Keenehan D.C. 
Anthony F. liadd 
1240 Virgima National 
Bank BiiUdlng 
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Ciretdt Court of the City. 

of Virginia Beach, Va., 

on. the 17th day of March. 

1977. 

Beverly Anne Boerlage 

Bott, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Robert Albert Bott, 

Deftendaot. 

The object of this suit 
is to (ril>tain a. diTorce ,a 
vinculo matrinumij from 
the said defendant, upon 
the groonds of' one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 

. sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Win- . 
ter Park, Florida it is 
ordered that he do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here-> ^ 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect -fis in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
William E. Fulford 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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UHDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA on 

the 17th day of March. 

1977, 

Allan Lee Mason, 

Plaintif 

against 

Janet L\i,j. inAn^- 

Defendant 

tWi iUil 

divorce a 
mensa el thoro to be later 
merged upon proper ap- 
plicatioT iivorce a 

vinpii!(j -i:; from 

the 



grou.iv,. 
defendai 



iii&ry 19, 



days after ., 
this order dl 






lieenehanD C 




-«fiO« Ptai 



pro 

ot)if>r 



i^Msary 

if^rnKf In 




. .. lileu \Ua\ 

g6*t'nri»'>' -v a.non-re- 

"c of Vir- 

.own post 

'ing 2759 

, 0. CA It is 

that she do appear 
..v.^ -.thin ten (10) days 
after due publication here*^ 
■ 'tat may be ne- 
rotect her in- 



By: Patti A, Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Gt'orfff A (.'liiLstR' 

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ORDER OF PUBi.R,sijuN 
h the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA, ON 

the 17th day of March, 1977 

ArleneD Precytht;, 

Plaintiff. ' ' 

against 

Frank H. Precvthe, 

Defendant 

The object of this suit 
IS to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo -matrimonii from 
. the saw defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion for a 
period of more than one 
year. 

And an affidavit havihg 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last inown post 
office addres."} being: c/o 
Cdaftiett Packi^e Company, 
WUmington, North Caro- 
liia, 28401 if Is ordered 
that be do apiiear here 
withiii ten (10) diyis^ aftfer 
due pi^Iicatioa hereof/ and 
do %i|E^ nay benn^ssary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A cq?y-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keewlttn, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Thomas F. Bete, Jr. 
Pembn^ 0fl«-Saite 525 
Virginia Beach. Va, 
23462 

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the propubea .ii;ii|)(iL,(t. (,i 
othe^^*ise (iu what i.s luc- 
t^sis.iiy to protect his in- 
■■ ■ • ■ '" '•"•- matter. 

'f.'. John V. 
r eiiis ifsjs. clerk 
By; Patti A. KeenehanD.C 

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iv ORDER 
ViTcgitaa^ In the Clerk's 
Office of .the circuit court 
of the City of Vii^iria 
Beach, M tiie 16 day of 
March, 1977. 
In 1%: AcptioB (rf Kelly 
Krisline LoUghran 
By: CafI Wayne Bfeican 
PetitiwierS 
To; JiStmeis Terrihw 
Loughran 
l86l;1?0HftSte«Bt 

Aia^Wa'rtaB^rtaa ■ ' 
94501, J ^; 

in Chancery 

C-77-272 
This day came Carl 
Wayne Duncan and Martha 
Gail Dimcan, Petitioners, 
.and repreisented that t^ 
object of this. pro(:eeding 
is to effect thie sfd^tion 
of the &l>iwe namedlin - 
fant, Kelly Kristlne I^Mgh^^ . 
ran, by Carl Wayne twn- 
can an^ Martha Gail Dvin- 
can, husband aad wife, and 
affidavit having been made 
and^fUied that February 25, 
1977, a natural parent of 
said ctdld, is a non-resi- 
dent of the State <rf Virginia 
the last known post office 
Address bejuBg: 1861 POggi 
Street, Alaineda, Gali- 
fomia. 94501 It is there- 
fore Order»l that the said 
James Terrance Loogh - 
ran appear befoire this 
Cotirt within ten (10) days 
after p^liCatioJit of this 
Order ieA indcate his at- 
titude; toward the propos- 
ed ad(^tlon, or otherwise 
do what is necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
matter. 

A C<^y teste: John V 
Fentress, Cleric 
By: Patti A. Keel^hah DC. 
D(Hial H. Rhodes 
228 N. Lynnbaven Rd. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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0RD£R 
Virginia. In the Clerk's 
Oftroe of the Circuit Court 
of the City of Virginia 
Beach, (w the 16th Day of 
ManA, 1&77. 

In re: AdopUcm ol Oahiel 
Lester Munsbn 
By Lester AUan Whitia 
Petitioners 

To Robert Ivan Munson 
Illinois Street 
Southgate, it^liitornia 
hi.Cteac9ry 
#C-77-307 
This ctoy came Lester 
Allan Wijitis and Margaret 
M. Wbitis; Petitioners.and 
represented ttat the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infent, Daniel 
Lester Munson, by Lester 
Allan Whitls iWd Margaret 
M. WMtis, hustawf a« wife 
and affiAvlt having been 
oiade awl filed that Robert 
Ivan UUbsm, a . MtunU 
parent of «aid chifa, is a 
non - wsid«t of the ' State 
of Virgiaia, tte last known 
post office aAlress lieing: 
Illinois Street, Soiit^ate. 
Califomia It is therefore 
Ordered that t^ said 
RoWrt Ivan Munson aw^ear 
betore this Court within 
ten (10) days a^rprt»lica- 
tiM of tWs CWte jBdjln- 
cUMte Ws atatttfc towanl 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerks Office of 
the Circuit Court ef the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA. on 
ttt 14th day^^ ilarch, 
1977. 

Marsette S. Heath, 

PWntiff, \ 

against 

James M. Heath, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to (rt>tain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii trom 
the said defendant, niton 
the grounds ^of one year 
separation (20-91 (9) of 
the Gtae of Vijglnia of 1^ 
asiamM^ed) 

And an affidavit having 
been made and hied ttat 
the def«idant is a non-re- 
sidenjt of the i^te of Vir- 
giaia. ^ last known post 
office address .being': &u. 
8026, Pope Air force ia«se, 
FayettevUle, Jfetth Garo- 
Una it is ordered that he 
do appear here within ten 
(10) days after due p^- 
lication hereof , and do what 
may be necessary to pro- " 
feet bis interest in this 
suit. 

A,*<^y-Teste: iciba V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Keeneteui D. 

Clerk 

Stuart R. Hays 

Indian River ProfessiCMial 

4310 East Indian River Rd. 
Chesapeake, VA 23325 

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ORDER OF POBLICATJON 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the Ci^ 
df.Vii^inia Beach, VA,, 
<» the 16th (fay of March, 
1977. . ■ 

litevie Clifton Kirlqpiatrfck, 
Plaintiff, 
.;.a^nsj ,,, ^,;^ 
Terry iMknc'iuflqpatrick 
Defenctant. 

Tlie object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
Ute groioads of xme year's 
separatim. 

And an affidavit having ^ 
been, made and filed that 
U>e defendant is a uffl-reT 
sident # the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
<^cje address being: 733'7 
bdepenfence Avenne, #30 
Canoga Park, California It 
is onlered that she do ap- 
pear here withlii ten (10) 
days after do0 publication 
hereof , and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By Patti A. Keenehan De- 
puty Clerk 

Taliaferro and Pennii^n 
Suite 704, Board df Trade 
Bldg. 

304 East Plume Street 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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(»tDER OF.PilBLlCATlON 

H the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Vii^inia Beach, VA., 

(A the 9th day of March, 

19l7. 

Roy D. Akers, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

June. Rae Akers,. 

Defendant. 

The c^ject of this suit 
is to ^tain a divorce a 
m^sa et thopo to be later 
nierged, tqim pn»per ap- 
plictfUin, into a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii ttam- 
tte said defendant, uixm 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
tteen made and filed tiat 
the defendant is a iK»-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
giida, the last taoown post 
office a(Mress betngiRo^te 
#1, Box 194. l«),1U!)dle- 
man, North Cawfliw 27317 
it is ordered ttat ste (to 
appear here wtUiin ten (10) 
days after due |»Alication 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to prot|ct her 
Interest in this sutt, 
A itt^ -Teste: Johi V 
FeiUress 

By: l^lti A. Ke^taB.^BC. 
Jamt B.lNirt* 
l»8UuriuMRm] 
Virlinla Btach, ^. 

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ORDER OF POBLK'^TION' 
1b the Clerks Offite <rf th.- 
Cmm% Court of tht ciw 
of Vitttitt %mc% VA.. 



un the 9th da V of March. 

1977 

Srott Alan Salmon, 

Plaintiff 

against 

Donna Lee Minanl 

Salmon, 

DefeMant 



The object of this suit 
is tiQ .obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
.said defendant, upon the 
grounds of descEs'fioh. 

And an. alfitityit hanflg 
bes^ n^e and fil«d that 
the ttefetidant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
gi^. t^ last toown pest; 
office i<kti"ess tieii^: 27 
Parker Read, Scituate, 
Mass it is ordered that 
she do ai^ear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
pi^Ucation hereof, and do 
vdiat ina^ be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A cojjy- Teste: John V. 
Fentreiss * 

By; Patti A. Keenehan, D.C. 
Stanford R. Peerless 
3605 Sea Horse Way 
Virginia Beach. VA 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, VA; 
on the 8th day of March, 
1977.* 

Jacqueline Marie Hughes, 

plaintiff, 

iMSainsi 

WiU^in Louis Hughes, 

Deienctetf. 

Tte (^ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tbfg said defendant, upmi 
the grounds of one year 
Si^jr^tion pursuant tosec- 
tion ^-91 (9) of the code 
M Virginia, 1950, as 
amended. 

AQd an affidaWt having 
been made and filed that 
the defeiyiant Is anoitrFe-^ 
sAtent <rf the Stat¥trf Vfr- 
glBia^ the last known pc^ 
office addriess beiqg: R6ute 
4, Bos 171, Festus. Iiis5- 
ouri it is ordered thai he 
dp appear here withih toi 
(10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary tapM«. 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A c^-Teste: Jcdm V, 
Fehtress' 

By: 4>attiA. Ke^ehan, D.C 
Poston i Mercer 
6210 Pardue Court 
Virfeinia Beach, VA 
23462 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Cleric's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Vii|iinia Beach, VA. 

<Hi the 8th day of March, 

1977. 

Hinton Lee Cox, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

I^ggy Ann Garver Cox, 

IMendant. 

llK {Aject of this suit 
is to obUin a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii froB 
the said defendant, upm 
the grcHinds. of one yar 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the la^ blown p^ 
office address being: 1643 
W 208th Street, Torrence, 
Califomia, 90^1 it is or- 
dered ttat she <k) aH>^r 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of , and<<k> what may be xxs- 
cessary to protect her in- 
ter^t in this suit. 
A ac^-Teste: John V. 
Fenlress 

By: Patti A Keenehan, D.C. 
James A. Gorry, III 
P.O. Box 626 
Vii^laia Beach, Va. 23451 

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m 



fenkell Avenue, Detroit, 
Mifhigan, 48217 it is or- 
dered that slie do appear 
here witbiD tm (10) days 
after dne ^blffcatlon here- 
of , and do what may be 
neces^^ to protect her 
Irterest in this suit! 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty Clerk. 
William F. Bumside 
P.O. Box 1062 
Vii^inia Beach, VA 
234S1 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In ti^ Clerk's Ctffic&.of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City <rf Virginia Beach, VA. 
on tte nth day of March, 

tm% 

RaHiy Glen Wolter, 

Plaintiff. 

against 

April Lynn Wolter, 

Defendant. 

The dbject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year, sep- 
aration. 

And an affidavit havii^ 
been made and filM that 
tte defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 6510 
Anaheim N. E.,Alburquer- 
qiie. New Mexico, 87113 it 
is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By.: Patti A. Keenehan, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Richard F.HoUaday 
Suite 211, Pembroke Four 
Pembroke Office Park 
Virginia Beach, VA , 
23462 

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. Q!l|ffi&OF .PUBLlCAtlQI! 
In ftfe Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court pf the City 
Of Vir^nia Beach, VA., on 
the 7tt day of March, 1977 
Teresa A. Newfoem, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Charles L. Newbem, 
Defendittf; 

•fte object of ttiis suit 
is to t^^in a <fiyorce a 
mensi et thoro from the 
^id defendant, upon the 
grounds of constructive de- 
isertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte defendant is a not-re- 
iSident of tte State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
(rffice address beli^: P.O. 
Box 145, Powells Point, 
N.C., 27966 it is ordered 
that hedoawwar here with- 
in ten (10) (toys after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: PattiA.Keenehan.DC. 
Clerk 

Ronald H. Marks 
803 Plaza One 
P.O. Box 33(S 
Norfolk, Va. 23514 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Cwirt of tte 

City of Vii^inia B«ch.VA. 

on the 9tt day of March, 

1977. 

David D. Chaj^an, 

PlaintiH, ' V ': ; 

gainst 

ny^J^<:ktpnatt^ 

is jfo ^Wtato a di'Wwce a 
vincttto matrin(^i ^m 
the said defewiant. ^on 
the grourts of desertion. 
And an affi^vit havii^ 
been nMe and filed that 
tiM MMMkuK k a n^M-N^ 
sid«t of the State of Vir^ 
gttia» tt» latt ,ttK}«ii wsf 
oM^aMcessMiD 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte aerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court <rf the City 

Of Viiginia B^ch, Va., oo 

the 4ft day of March, 1977. 

Louis Edward Taylor, 

Plaintiff, 

i^inst 

BKitrice P Taylor, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
m«isa ^ thoro to be mer- 
ged into a divorce a vin- 
culo matrim<uli from the 
said defendai^, \^m the 
grtwnds (ddettrtion. 

And ah affiilivit laving 
been made aul fi|ed that 
tfte defendant is a'«»-re- 

sid«t of tte ^te U ViT- 
gbia, tte last kw)wn |x)st 
(^Ice address b^ng: 15P 
Forest Sreet, Manchester, 
Conn., (K040 It is onlenrt 
ttat ^^ ^ apy^ur h#re 
wttyn tee (10) days after 
te|i|M^aon herMf. Ml 

to pK^ert ter iBt«p«st tt 

ttlSSBtt. 

A cc^-Tt: J^n V. 

Fentress 

By: Patti A. Kewwhan, DC 

Ketteii 4 ChiMrcss 

533 Newtoiwa Road 

Vtrgiaia ^Kh. VA 2MI2 

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SUNDIAL 




i^ RosWfw^W 



ttMV^ l^f ^^^^t^ 



NotificaMon <rf wwiteWclfl^p 
ih« SUN'S fwbtishing (tey, 
5 p.m. tN prevrwA Friitoy. 



be r©»i^l¥«d by 




HmmOcam^P^^ InimrL^ht 



TM L^lM li^todist Chnrsk it 
l^vis^MrMr is qpcnsorii« a CriiPftck 
ter tamtt^lped 1^. The first met- 
iac «i» MM but ni^Mt. (Mar. 29) M 
(Veal^s art sttU awilaUe for io- 
teretlMl toHtti»np(^ boys 8-10 yttrs(tf 
i^e or ag« winm if tbe l>oy is% ttj» 

Forte^r tafornMLtlw OBttehantt- 
(»PfNNt Cob Vttk, irilease (^ Pack eo- 
onttH^or Homrd McKwsle. 497-4U7, 
conm^ee etairmu &sdt Sdiefortb, 
48S-4MI, or Cidbraaster Jasaes 
BMiki^, 461-8490. 

/MC Meafer 

Virginia Westeyan College wUl pre- 
sent an eqwrlnental enftroDmoital 
tbfMter frWB now tlir<wgh ^r. 1 ia 
tke etril^e's llommratal Chapel. Adr 
(fflinttt perf^Bttoe^ vUl be beU on 
April M. 15, andiie. Tiw Apr. 3 per- 
forouui^ Is a 2,p.B. wAiNe. 

Bentley B. ABders<Hi,iBstnictor, ex- 
idaiB, !« try to brrak the traditional 
tteaJNx' coBvanttoi^. We have no al- 
legiaaec to ^e author of the script. 
We are not doing a play. We are doing 
withaiday." 

The play ttiat AaOtr^ and his stu- 
d«it adMv wUl A) mm is a Rooian 
iday iioat atnasttal warrior that vas 
vrittanAoat^BX. Using the script 
m a. J»wtag oit idaee, the students 
Hill create tii^ om prodw^on. 

RescMf^iOBS tor the 8 p.m. pro- 
deJyiott can be made 1^ e$mDg the 
col^e svifdOnard at 461-3232. 

WwmAs Ql cMtdrra 3-5 years are 
ittirlted to j^tend a new film called 
"Umesaai: A Way to Grow". 

Whe film giv^ the newer a general 
inffrodaction to llontessori methotte, 
nflllerials and |diUos(9hy. It ums a 
canM doomcirtary s^le to gnqM- 
dBj adiow howl^. Montessori'steacb- 
Ulg methods are being imidemeitfed 
today. Our teachers wUl be on hand 
to answer ycwr (pi^tioas after the film. 
Tie .film will be shown at Pembrt^ 
fthor Uitfed Church of Christ, m 
CowttMioo Dr. Tnes&y, ^r. 5 at 
7:30 p.m. 



A Famtty Bgrtdttunt Series spon- 
sored Iqr Calii^ Family and Child- 
ren's Ser^Oi of Tidewater wiU be- 
ifSl Wedneatey, iMmril 6, from 7:30 
4i'9:30 p.m. at Vortolk Catholic High 
'Sehool Aa^niuD, 6401 Gtanby St. 
' t'^'Ae progtam is da^ined to pxiwide 
?^&8fe tawwledge of a richer life to- 
efNkff a« cttmity. 
^^^raOusI is Umited to 100 iadivid- 
miB nd raglstratloB will be takoi on 
IW flr^ cone, first served bitf is. 
BagistratiOB forms may be filled out 
Br caUing tte Horfolk Office of Cath- 
'I'dlic Family and Childrra's Service, 

125-2988. 
IU( C(M ol the Mri^ is $10 per coiqde 
■lor aU four weeks, |5 per single 

pers<» IcH* «rtire series. 

cop 

'"Pro Life 

M,jj Hw TWtewater (^yiter of the Vir- 
r,^ ginte Soei^ tor Homan Life will have 
MLisn infturmatkM boc^ all <by at Hili- 
5„tary Circle on &^}rday, Apr. 2, and 
qei; at PMdwoke Mall « S^utby, Apr. 

,9. 
Mil Free literature on abortkin wUl be 
f^a givmi oat, and those interested in join- 
j6gj ing the fMT lvalues (tf the pro-life 
(iJGt. organization ma^ ik> so. 

B 
ton 
ybt 

m 



fees- 

ins 

• cow 



ttmu 
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Open Mouse 

There will be anopn hoose at Mor- 
taik CattoUe H^ School at 64<n Gran- 
ts Street on amdlii^, A^. 3, from 1 to 
4 p.m. latra-estod parents, stntteids 
and Mends are a>rdially invited to 
attend. 

There wUl be a v(»tioa and answer 
perkd with laoitty and axxx^ts per- 
tainlag to ^nrlenhm and school fro- 
gnuu. TUs wUl glt« yon an appix- 
tmAtf to dia^KS ^ iaaovative LAP 
(L^i^ing Activity Package) ^stem 
andtotoorthe ;high s^ool. 

The Vfrirtato Beai* D^artment of 
W»A» mi Recreation aMonncM 
Vu ofm^ ti sb t^s raarta ad- 
^Mrt to Ly^aven Jinttor High Sctool . 
Ilwse c^ffts ve qpen to tte pMic 
fcH> «M at ^r ttme. V<x tte^H- la- 
Imurtlim eoptact tt» Vlri^ Beach 
O^i^-taMat tf Pariu and* S wr^iia at 
m-mu «r Mmo ReeraatfM Mw. 



The FeUowshiik of the Imer Litfit 
12M Ladia toul, anuMKes an ex- 
treordtery ipfegtaAty fn* residents 
in Vlri^aia &ach to Imr "am Ufi» 
I wisest men itf Mr generaticffi spanking 
dn tMr wMsm literature. " 

Pam Solonaa wUl spak on the Wis- 
dm tlUattan ct^ ttUe ten con- 
!»c«rtlw n^its totm A^. 4 to Apr. 
IS. fron I to IQ'M p.m. each ni|^. 
TVioatlon Is $21 

ROWSmwt 

Vln^yda Beach membera <tf the fo^ 
tired Offirer's Wives Society of Ti^- 
water are invited to attrad the society's 
n«tl^ anefUag ^r. 14 at the Llttte 
Cre^ AmphftlNS Base Acer's diA). 
Social iK»r wlU Ixgin at 11:30 a.m., 
and Im^eon ficdlows at 12:15 p.m. 

The meeUtal'sprogram wiU feature a 
craqr lut ccartest. Reservattoas mast 
ha made through Mrs. HaroM Carter, 
^4-4995. 

Story time 

Beglmiisg Apr. 1 , the ^jraide Branch 
Lilaary wiU have story times for cMld- 
ren ages 3 to S only at Uie foUowing 
times: 

INctaesda]^ at 2:W p.m. and Fridays 
at 10a.m. 

Tl^e programs require no r^istra- 
tion or fee however only chUdren in 
these age gnraps wUl be admitted to the 
pregrams as they are ^>ecificaUy de- 
signed tor these ages UirM to fire. 

Dne to an error in infommtion, the 
Viri^aia Badi Branch story time on 
Wednudays msprevioosly r^wrtedas 
being fw foung people in gradea K 
through 3. However this is ina>rrect 
and the inxgrun is for ages 6 to 9 
only. This story time is held at 3:30 
p.m. every We&esday and doesnot re- 
quire registni^on or a fee. 

Tie Ubranris located at 302 22nd 
Slre^ at the Oceanfroot in Virginia 
Beach. 

New cw^book 

The Ft. Monroe Officers' Wives^ 
chd) has patdii^a250-pagecomldned 
history and raoidiook. bcluded are pen 
and Ilk davtags and photognyte of 
Mitoric po^ lindlnarks. Tie rMitoes 
viry 'frna fllai^ fitvorites to 0mt- 
ties, lor otartHniag, as weU as foreign 
fiivOTit» coUected by Army wives 
overseas. 

'Tales of tte Past, Recipes of the 
Presart" may be ordered from: Ft. 
Monroe Officen' Wives' Qub, Box 114, 
Ft. Itoaroe, VA 23651 for |5.50,iiKlwl- 
ing maUiag chargea, 

Dalton dinner 

Tiitewater backere of GOP guber- 
natorial hi^efU Jdm N. Daltem in- 
vite Virgteia Benchers to a i^ecial 
reception for Dalton ...at $50 a head... 
to be held ^r. 6 at the Omai inter- 
national Hotel in Norfott:. 

S^ieeial go^ta at the reception wUl 
be Mr. ud Mrs. John W. Warner Jr. 
Hosts for the rec«ptii» are R^resen- 
taUve and Mrs. G. WUliam White- 
horst and B^reaentatlve and Mrs. 
Robert W. Daniel Jr. 

Warn^ is Oe former Secretaxr of 
the Navy and administrator of last 
year's American Revolution Bl<»n - 
toudal uiminMration. Hla wife, at 
eamne, is tte ftmoos film star Eliz- 
abeth Iteytor. 

Abewt 8SQ peiwms are ejected to 
attend tte re^pHon. Dalton, now Lt. 
Govenwr, is the only announced candi- 
date for the RepubUcan nomlnatioa for 
Governor. 



St Francis 

The Rev. Ganr, D. SawteUe, assistant, 
Old Doo^kM f^iseopd Oa^tb of Vir- 
ginia Beach, iW be the gi^st in^- 
cher at St. Francis' Epifc^nl Omrdi 
m Suday eve^ng, April 3, at 7:30 
p.m. St. Francis ^riscopal is located 
tf SW R«imoBt RmmI. R^^hm^its 
wUl be Mrved following fiie ev^iy 
service. Y«a are tovited to attend and 
participate. 



Virginia Bea^. 
cil Monday afternoon autho- 
rized the issiiiJiiicf' fif S9 ! 
millioD In ' 
water and se*er project a 
In another action, Council 
^^ ' .- also authorized City Mana- 

COrre€tl¥e f^KUnO eer George L. Hanbury to- 

borrow $5 milMoo in short- 



A corrective riding prt^nim wiU 
be (rffer«l Uils »mmer for Tbtemter 
ehih^M in toe 4a ttroi^ lOtt jnites 
bytheOMAomUitotttt^vtreity ChUd 
&aitf<^a»» and ttw ^mtt^ program 
oi tte ODU I^QNtrtmMt at Aiucatiimal 
Fonn^ons awl'^ectarT>rogriUns. 

lUtlHi tor toe 8-weciE pn^an 1« 
!P2S, and daises me«t fetm 1 to, 
3 p.m., Mmday thro^hThurstey, Juro 
20 through Ai«. 12, in the ChUd iKody 
Cwter. 

tadivttMUy taUored prognms wUl 
be iteigMd to ne^'the Meds of «tch 
diUd. Ittstrnctoni for the program are 
lit, I^nUne Wise, «»ordi^tor of tte 
ReMlig Program, and Dr. Ray Mor- 
gpa, asirtstart ^efei^r of «hicattdnal 
foinctotkws ahd ^pedal pragnma. 
Limited enrollment is now being tatsn. 

Pvmia and toaehets iri>o are in- 
terested sibOfM caU 489-6441^ 



Wives Info ^^ol 

Navy and Marine Coiiks .wives Uring 
in YiQftnia B^eh are invited to par- 
tlc^te in a five-^y Navy wive'a 
service informatictt school, to be held 
at the Norfolk Naval Air SUtion May 
9 torn 13. 

The scbod is trended to provide 
us^, everydqr ^formation for mill- t 
tery wives, iclod^ adi^mcements/ ' 
prrnnottons, pay aod-aUewanpes, Navy 
Relief, CHAMPOS, legal assistube, 
hoasbg, base poUce, drug awareness 
and dher pertinoit tofdcs, ff 

Hie last day (tfthesdKxd win feature 
a fecial tour «f, toe Itorfott NatnU 
Base and dcnratwni N(H*folk. Free 
nursery care—i a a va flabl r^rT)re- 
sdiod diUdren. 

CaU Mre. Hamilton at 444-4277 / 
4791 for infomati(» or r^stretion. 
which doses May 2. 



Need volunteers 

Tte semi-ammd caU for Virginia 
Beach Red Cross wfluntea's to work 
at tte Admiral Jod T. Bocme ClMc 
and with otter Red Cross activities 
at tte LitUe creek Naval Amphibious 
Base, has been made by fidd direGtcH* 
TomHoo|ier. 

M«mwte4BfpdW» BMM|i#toei^ 
tte office of , tte fidd diredor, 464^ 
7581, to schatale ttemselves for an 
interview on Apr. 5-6, at Bldg. 3007 
on tte Amphib base. 

Interviews precede an orientation 
class to be held Tuesday, Apr. 12 
from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in tte 
Amphibious S^od Auditorium, Bldg. 
3504. 

All appUcaats must have vaUd miU<- 
tary l.D. cards. 

Rof^houMs 

Mtefltton, Virginia Beach rock- 
hounds mi kfaoarists: The Richmond 
Gem and Mineral Society wiU I 
ing its lltfa annual Gem, Miner 
Fossil show at tte State FaL 
in Richmond April 29, 30 and^ 

There WiU be eihibite bynjemters 
at varlotts state gem and mineral 
dabs, working demonstrations dsUver 
vacuum casting, stone cutting, poUsh- 
ing, Meeting and setting, plus lec- 
tures on mhierato and rock hunting, 
guided rode hading trips, a push bd- 
ton display of flour^cwt mi^rals, 
and othtt exhibtts and demonstrations 
to te amtoonced later. 

Plenty of parking and cam>ing facu- 
lties are available. Admission cod is 
$li25 per adult. Two tree 25 ced 
discount cards are avaUd)le at tte SUN 
(tffiM, first come, first served. 




Optknhts 



Douglas Ttentfon. dntt gr^er at 
KravsvUle Ju^r Bigfa, Md Audte 
UUer, teott gn^er d Baj^M R%h 
Sehod, winners of tte ontoricd oim- 
test d tte OptliBtd.Clufo of Vii^^iia 
B^ch, wUl te tte gu^i^^ttkaredtte 
cWs regular me^ng.M Thunday' 
Ua. 31 at nm p.m. at tte F. 0. P. 
((kwamottore) Clti). „ 



To include your group's activities in SUNDIAL* 
mail to ^N, 138 Rosenvont R#8d, Va. Beadi^lS2. 
Notification of events taking place after Wo<lMsday, 
Me BMs publisbifHI day, roust be received by 
5 p.m. Me previ«» Friday. 



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Beware thte ovenware sale! 



Virginia Beach shoppoM 
and employees of Vii^^ 
Beach bvaiaeases are M - 
i^taed by Iba Tttafwster ft^- 
t«r fioaiaatf Barean to te 
m tte log|Mt for traMi- 
Ml peddl«Q§d glaas ovm- 
callaA "Primfw* 




(^Hnan few ^, datmlng 

tte Mte haw A .iM» d 

mat. tkm^m.t^Vt' 

frm mtt falMter sfM- 

e^ teve te^^tetf and 

fo^t^ ttet tte v^ daM 

is a tpt^ ma^ffnik m. 

AlMM M^ afenritta Mt 

mm ia ^tlhCatdbMin 

973 for W. to P^^i, 

ti iMi for m-m. 



to DalbM to MMdt 1»6 tor 
^f Md to tte ftiMMdie 
ar« d Tl||^4a^ BeiA fauM 

WM la te r^dar priM 
d tt» ^t Antral !rMrs 
1^, tta Ddrett MB was 
Mi tf a rdMto ^wce 
mt tte wbdeaato price to 
ttdrttdore was $5. 

Prinrote Dream, wd^ 
gtossware carries a des^ 



dmilar to a farooos brand, 
is mamfactored by tte Jean - 
Mtte Corp., which reaeUa 
It to ladepatded eaalrad-- 
m^s The salesceoDle usiul- 



ly date Itet tta ^v^m- 
4tts« to bon^ up aa tedi- 

font d a d^^M dteh. 



term hsmi a^e^tton w^es 
Tte fcttsey wUl tettsedto^ 
stAMl a^ nfiUties projects 
untU tt^-ra^ hM-iwring 
is anilti^ to C^vKtt to 
I^«nter. Tte motey will 
te borrowed ^m Fird awl 
Iferctonts NijUtmal Bade, 
low-hid(to', at an toterad 



|f> million bonds. 

wiier projects and ?ii,li-, 
900 for sewer. 

Three Council roemters 
abstained from vdlng on tte 
steri term bf^a^^Maybr 
Clarence A. Hdlud aw! 
CmwsUman George R. Ferr 
rell, tecause ttey are on 
tte tedr board, lUMt Cwn- 
cUmai fhii0 E. Watorfield 
Jr., wte to emid(9«d hj 
toe MAk. AU agreed, hw- 
ever, that tte rate wm very 



Couiicil also authorized 
'! iiA'i.-i ! . continue ser - 
Wainwright and 
Hamsey, inc., bond con • 
sultants. Banbury said he 
felt that the consultants' ef- 
forts were to a large de- 
gree responsible for the 
City'? recelvi^ a bad ra- 
Ung, 

to dter Adtons, CiwicU: 

A^d^M viewers to to- 

vedlgate tte etotu% d a 

portka M ^uS»n Sun 

RMd tot<yuhai^ Boiwogl. 

Adhorized Bai^tt^ toex- 
^ute an i^i^emMt witt 



ment& in the Mudcipal Com- 
plex and the Hroen Run Fire 
Station 

the fire prevention code 
which will bring U in line 
with the Virgida Uniform 
State-wide Building Code. 

EstebU^Md bi»i «Uid- 
uaries to tte Ld^evtow 
Steres,^ UkaSnlttterra«», 
Lake Sm*tt T«rrec«-Wed, 
Thon^MKOdl Ettatoa m^ 
Lake a«r^ sdittvtol<»s. 

Approved tox retonris d 
$167.OT. 



Lotf ier named 
tQ sales post 




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WUlaim S. Ldttar has 
beM appdd^ to tha new- 
ly ereded positira d sdii^ 
muaagor le^ Utoednnia^i^ 
sates dividon d PMBbi^ 
Realty and lasaraace i^ien- 
ey be. d Vtrglda Beach. 

Lottter te a IM^ fradu- 
ate of Ead Tmuteasee Stete 
Udversity wtth a B.S. to 
Bn^ims Admtototretira. 
Prldr to Jdntag Pembroke 
Roi^, te was tffiiOt^ed W 
Goodnum ^fur Boias to tte 
etmmereid idea divisim. 
to ttldttlMi to rammercid 
and industrial r^ estete 
salea, te has also worted 
to tte fldb of morlpge 
brdceriiig and H^riiisal. 

tops new podtkm, Ld- 
tler ^ dred & staff d 
six to tte <^mma*cid sdes 
dlddott d PdntWDke Real- 
ty aad Insurance jl^encylnc. 
tocded to tte PembrdceOne 
Bdkfing. (Phd by O'Ned's) 



Waters, Bym^ 
announced 



and Mrs. Batert G. 





Waters to James Coariaay 

at Uaty Wadii^:ioa CiOlege 
to Fredericksburg. Ste te a 
memter d Alpte Phi Sigma 
ud Pd agma Ida, bote 
tenor Mdetli^, 

Byites tote soil d Mrs. 
INUtem J. Byroes, d Vir- 
gtote Bnch aiid te tote 
Ciq;>teto WUBam ^rrtes, 
Umr (Retired). A 1971 grad- 
tete d te aumreil^ d 
C«»Mcticd, Byrnes is &a- 
f^ofeA as ta foreign totel- 
llgew»e omrer to te V.$. 
Anpy's BalUstlc Research 
l4b(M«tory at Atehteen 
PrOTtog Grouwi, Maryland. 

Tte iaUier d teprospec- 
ttve tolte is chid d te 
W^liagtOB borMtt d te 
BttUia^ Conrad aewqa- 
per. 

Hie couple plans for a 
June U. 1977 weddli« atSt 
Mary's Cafixdte Church to 
Alexandria. (Phdo 1^ Olan 
MUls) 




Silect Toft's Seeds 
For Your Vegetobie 
GcN'den This Yeeri 



SEiD POTATOES 
Kfttalicttn 

i/8P«<Mc. . $1*65 
f»«ck. .... .12.65 

Pontiac ACobbtora 
i^Ptck ... $t.75 



Pedc. 



$2^5 



ViOETABLE 
PLANTS 
AfSON 
D^LAY 

Cabbago Planta 
Biifidla of 21. .69^ 



Tfll*t Maak 6«ai 

T«i'> Magic Omm n Mwiltd oecor^iQ lo iN yco ffima m tot>»a»/<y 
^a Ag »ia'iB66_Si'vjciii otto in^pi^o roq^itcMic tartliiila Iw fttMiM 
^fgMd 011^ MAriiMiil Of iw. tTonlDiwi ol psMiiMoi ^ofjitiii bud 
inoi^ bs tpMi j^ ma foli of oM poMp psf 300 i^ottfa iaal. 

1 ii. t..«i $iM uiM ...: %t7Mi 

Mb . . $a,O0 S9 ki ^ iS2.M 

10 ka ....... . SIftfS 

Oriho 

Drop Spraadar 

$2996 

BesthySestJor over lOO'^ears 

VJkVfm MSVDauadCUI&RinBlf W 

900 Tiftowater Drive 
ot ViroifHb Beoch llvd 

(^Mt |AON thru (ri, s.m. n> S,-%> pjn.; S<H. to < p.m. 





yiteddhig VOWS 
for Smith, Aikin 



Lucte Dto Smitt d Vir- 
gida Baadilieaiinete bride 
d John Alan Attto d Mu- 
ctester, Ei«land to niq^tel 
mass cerempny at Old Do- 
nation Eptecopd Church 
March 19. 

The ceremony, teU at % 
p.m., Was raoiided ty te 
Rev. Bevarly b. Twter Jr. 

Tte bride, da^derdMr. 




and Mrs. Albert Jtoes 
Smith, 484S Ifiles maaim 
Road, 1$ a gnduate^Nf- 
side l^h Seted. 1& at- 
tOMtod OM IX>mtoi(m Udver- 
sity. ^ is corrodly 
eiqdoyed as tead telter d 
Bade d te CommoftwnM, 
Bonah and CteriotteStreetSi 
VartoSt, 

Tte gram is te s(» d 
Mr. WUldm Attto did 
te lateDoreea AUdndMan- 
dKes^r. Ei«tead. He tocar- 
rw^ ea^l^ed as Chid 
Pbote««pher at WVEC-TV 
Newi D^^^toied. 

Fdloi^ te Mrenraqr, 
a r^ddrms^d^re 
Drive iHL ^ aew1y-«ar- 
riisd fmf^ p\m to reslcte 
toaunftoa. 

BrtJ^aalda Jn* tte wed- 
^'were M» SmtI Gra<^ 
M, aad Mre. Jd^ IH^- 
d, ^M d Vlrglttto Bm0. 
Matron d honor was Mrs 
Ana Watertield d Norioi:^ 

B«at man at te ceremooy 
was IUyWaterflf»M,aBdaah- 
ers were Greg Smith, bre- 
ter d te bride, aad Pete 
Smitt, friend d te groom. 

Tte bride wu wearing a 
foil length ivory gown witt 
empire wdst, adorned with 
saUn ribbon and vtdcelace 
Her veU was flnc«rttp with 
.4dc« tecs a^. 




A. eolor film will be atKMm m wall treatotmts b^ V^iill 
TeK <Mto of tito toMtors in the irtdudry. 

PlMM eall Mtf moMw,.. 

THW etA«i i^KiumY ran 

... so s^rth^ jNrtll ba Hmltad. 



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BmmNG PAINT CENTERS 

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w »^^^P»» W^^^^^V ^m m w^^rww^lf s^^^^^W ^^aR^lB 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

^30 Virginia Beach Blvd. 

(804)340-8626 

Monday, April 18 

Alt Clauas Start at 7:30 P.M. 




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local pugilists win 



ByBLAIHTHURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

Two Viifiaia Beacb boier^ won bouts last week, as 
ViitWa clvlUaB awi military boxers won 13 <rfWbi*ts 
fttxn ^}ath CaroUM boxers at the Virgiida Beaek Bmne. 

As b^vywelgM ^^ender Duane Bqbicic anl 1,300 ^pte- 
tstoji loctt^if ju, IM-pouwJ Ricky Butts and W-pami 
Bttljr IMKnrtti^eased tbe home-town fans willi victories. 



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Butts started slowly, possibly lo$itti| the first round (of 
a scMuled thr«e) to Eddie d'S?ui. But Butts come on 
strmg bi tke ttst two rouds to pbUsk otf Ids adversary. 

Butts claiiaedaft«r«ftrds that only taia diligent tnining 
saved him frmn jdeiwi "If I han't been in shape," said 
Butts, "I'd have lost. That first round took a lot out of 



me," 

ItaBOfan, tl» 1977 Carrtlws Novice Champion andAAU 
Vl^inia Bwch Champion fttced Bobby McCray, the 1977 
South Carolina Novice Champion, Dw»vao didn't look as 
sMrp as he has In the past,^ blaming It later, on the conir 
prtitjon. "He WMn't as good as the bwer* Ihavelfcced 
lately," said Daanm, "and that nu^e melMk |ad, 1 was 
too (^utious, I stoald have graie after Mm. I thtiifc I could 
Imve ^ him away, " 

He acMM that he Ifams from every ttght, and that next 
time, be will ncrt for^t to be aggressive. 

Next time will be the AAU State Championship, April 
28-30 at the Uttie Creek AmpUWous Base. 

Donovan is confident of bis chances in the thr#e-day 
eveirt.. "As l6i% as I have Dick Pettigrew (his coach) in 
my corner, r feel good." 

The evert, at the Dome, sponsored by the Neptune Fes- 
tival in cmtJui^Hi with the Tidewater Amatrar Boxit% 
Association, was glibly announced by the curly-haired 
BdDtck, who undamandably predicted a victory In his bj>- 
comij; fight with Ken Norton. The I97fe Olympic silver 
madmt was beseiged throi^out the evening by youthful, 
and not-so-yoothfol autograft seekers. 

The South Carolim boxers have only beeff fightiBg for 
11/2 years, and their inexperietiee showed^ as the local 
fighters domiUKted most bouts. Nevertheless, the owelty 
crowd a^qieared to enjoy the evening, giving local boxing 
a potential shot in tte arm. 




'=^cky Butts Cieft) scored a win 




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Bly Donavan is het>ed by Dick Pettl^ew 



Duane Bobick 



Americana girls advance 



AuMe Evtts of the 
AmeriaA ^paMttw Cm- 

t«ft WM HW tf HtfMBtf ^n- 

piMttai at tte t«Mat Ad- 

vaMM'tKF netm mi» 



EvtM also pteM first ta 
^m mm mwdmi, vault. 



and omren bars, ud t^- 
ed touUi M the telanoe 

TMomate Kim htm^w 
aMMid aa-aroMdiaywlO-ll 
MMIfM^t as wM aaseeond 

mMm Mu^^ im mini 
ia mUm «Mh^M Ii m 
It-H a^ (ro9. Um W^- 



er «asdzthinttaall-ar(wnd 
bars ud floor «Mi:lses and 
fimitt ia mmtttg. 

Evans ud , Lewis were 

ckwn for tM Virginia 

'^tfe Tmu. tnns qMlified 

!«■ tte USGF Jtttor Olym- 

^cl^imala 

Ameitea «»clMa Naacy^ 



Tho^psoB aad NancySiA- 
erta were Amm as tiwUTI 
Yl^tnla Mita eiMChes. 

Besi^y^ Evans, Weber, 
RagMt, l^r INiner aadi)!-^ 
aM Glnm HWjWflrrt for Am 
USOF N^k^,byiim1iK 
at iM^ HI l.ttavera^dur- 

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Win /port/ 

I WisdiiMday, March 30, 1977 Section B Pag* 1 

Beach track opens with 
top solo performances 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

What looked to be a poor start for track high school 
at the Beach, turned out to be a record-breaking (me. 

Princess Anne traveled to Bayslde on the initial dual 
meet data of the season, not so much to vie for team 
honors, but with some strong individual runners that, 
pushed by Bayside's generally stroi% tracksters, could 
turn in impressive performances. 

Wednesday was cold and very windy however, prompting 
Bayslde coach Len Greenwood to say before the meet, 
"If no one gets hurt today, I'll be satisfied." WeUy-there 
were no Injuries^ but there was some cmtstandlng running 
done. . t 

Princess Anne coach Tom Kowitowski, was lamenting 
the loss of Tony . Addabbo, who was In the hospital with 
pneumonia. AddaUbo represented potential points In the 
high hurdles, 880 relay and mile relay. ^^^ 

But the Cavaliers did have Jesse Williams. 

Williams, the two-time Virginia indoor 60-yard dash 
champion, ran the 100 straight Into a wind that kept 
blowing the cross-l»r off the pole-vault uprights, and 
breeaed to a 9.6 win. "^ ' 

Before the meet, Kowitowski had said that despite the 
wind, he wouldn't be surprised If Williams ran a 9.7 100. 
Afterwards, even his "I told you so" expression belled 
his obvious glee. 

Williams also won the 220 in 21.8. 

One performer affected by the wind, or other factors, 
was Dan Krueger, Bayside's outstanding shot put con- 
testant. Kryeger managed only a 54-1, good enough to win 
the meet, Init way off previous efforts. On Saturday, how- 
ever, at the Peninsula Relays In Newport News, Krueger 
uncorkfed a Tidewater record heave of 62-5. 

Krueger also combined with teammates Mike McConnell 
and Ed Wack to set a meet record in the team discus com- 
petition, with a joint distance of 438 feet, besting the pre- 
vious record by oyer 25 feet. 

Chris Lowery, a high jumper from Kempsvllle, leaped 
over a bar set at 6-6 to establish a Tidewater record 
In that event. Ironically, the bistortc jump Is not a Kemps- 
ville school record, as Lowery 's teammate, Tim Collins 
Jumped 6-7 In a dual meet earlier in tbe week with Kellam. 

Collins' jump is not considered an official record 
however,' {nfilf&l' ifiebts do not qualify for Tidewater 
record re^ignlt^. 

Also from Kempsvllle, Is Sharon Geer,' who von the 
girl's 880 at the relays, in 2:28.7. Geer also won the mile 
In the Kellam meet, with a time of 5:49. 

In dual meet action, tbe Bayslde boys beat Princess 
Anne 86 1/2 - 48 1/2, while the Bayslde girls beat P.A. 
74-36. 

The highl^ht for the Bayslde girls occured during tbe 
880 relay, when the baton handofi between Paula Hickman 
and Paula Hymans was mishandled and the baton was 
dropped. P.A. opened a seemingly Insurmountable lead, 
but anchorman Luaane Jordan, who had previously won 
tbe 100, won at tbe wire, sending the Bayslde faithful 
Into a frenzy. 




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,Dan Krueger of Bayside won big last week 

"I tbp^Eht she would do It," said coach PatGri^, 
"Luanne hates to lose. ' ' 
•Elsewhere, the First Colonial boys topped Cox 78-55. 

Leon and James Lawson paced the Patriots, Leon win- 
ning the 440 (52.3), the triple jump (42-7), high jump 
(5-8), and a leg of the winning mile relay, and James 
winning the 220 (23.5) and rana legof the winning 880 relay. 

The Kempsvllle boys beat Kellam 74-62, despite Ronald 
Foreman. Foreman won the long jump (20-3), the triple- 
jump (44-6), the high hurdles (14. 9), the Intermediate hurdles 
(39.3), and ran the third leg of the winning mile relay 
team. 

The Kempsvllle girls beat Kellam 77-28. 



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SUN photos 

by 
Blair Thurnuin 



Luanne Jordan wins the 100 for the Marlns 



AfysonAnderiwi. Laurie WNtiey and MItzy O'Neal were ccW 



Bo Wicks of P.A. 
heaves ttie shot 



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SUM yketos bf Blair Tlnmtn 

Cavalier pitchef Jeff Hoingswortfi beat Granby Saturday 



Chiefs, 
Patriots 

prolific 



First Coi^i^ nM Kemps* 
vlUe> «ach sporUif tesetell 
t«tms with BMek District 

$ title as|Mrati(ms, bad pro- 
Ulic games last wstk. Tii« 
Chiefs scored S7 ruas 
again^ Norrlev, wbUe tt» 
Patriots tallied H versos 
PortSfflKnitb CatiKdic.,. M 
Mly did Hike Sage sli« two 
home runs for the Chiefs 
in the Norview cootust, (we 
of tten a graalrslani), te 
was the winyaf ptteMr as 
well...Kellam iritcher Matt 
Sinnen fanned 18 Church - 
land hatters, but clalnishe's 
^^ satisfied jret with his CM- 
trol...With virtrally i» var- , 
sity ei^erience yrt under 
hi^ belt ( Iwt Am. Legion 
e]Q)erience) Cavalier senior 
Jimmy Howerin will be the 
ace of the Princess Ame 

^im^^en "Red" takes the 
jnouod, liis excited team- 
mates regale him with shouts 
of "ChiUb^n! Chili Bean!" 
...A wind ai<ted grand-slam 
homer helped bring about 
Bayside' first loss in pite 
a wUIe, as InUanRiv«r best- 
ed the Marltais 9-6 la Ches- 
apeake. Baytfde. behind a 

borne na and a pitching 
moWMl vta by DoiBf Ames, 
bMf iBdian Rivn* a« fol- 
lowing ^eraooD ^ bone, 
S-1. Jones vppei his rtcord 
- to 2-0. 



Bayside's Larry Jeffries fields the ball at second 



reie soon 



'^monii 

beginning of the second sm- 
soo of the Green Run Little 
League have been set tM 
&turday, May 7, accordtn| 
to Mrs. PriscUlaBeedeJ=a 
gue president. 



Starting off the activities 

will b^ fl laraitp nf M th«> 
Gr 

at 11 -A.m. ] ne paraae route 
will run from the iatersec- 
tioD of Primrose Street Ajod 
Lynnhaven Parkway (assen-. 
bly point), around Green Ran 
Circle, exiting on DahUa St., „^ 
and then leftonRosemortRd/ / 
to the Green Run ball tteld.-.^ , 
Field ceremonies will be, ,' 
held about 11:45, said Mrs. '-\ 
Beede. 

CeremonlM 

All Green Run residents,, 
are invited to watch the per-r ' ,.] 
ade and attend the field .,' 
ceremonies. A listing of par-. ^. 
ticlpatia^ dignitaries and..'. 
parade units vill be poblished 
in the SUN at a later date. 



&>MM team fries^ed 

Johnny Dollar turns pro 




(A we^y took at Beach high school sports) 



: ¥^ BattiBore Mrauttents are {leased to anaiMuice 
ai s^pritag (tf perhaps one of the most (wtstanding rat- 
IttMlBi iwfiltdters in tl« country. 

.Mtey DoB$r, head baskettKUl coach at Bayside High 
and a two time member of the All World Team and a re- 
c^icot ct over tw^e M. V. P. awards, was signed to a 
two ysttr Attract last wwk \sy Gmeral Manager Jim Ports. 

daBar ms sheeted to the All World Team in 1970 wMle 
M^ihg. tor the Virginia Beach Piledrivers in the National 
SoMiU ''^ao^cmship. Althoi^ the Piledrivers didn't win 
tte ^a^iOKh^i that year, they returned to the naticmals 
lo^nn tnd taUk tte cha^iifmh^ along with DeOar, wlw 
w&lpi>Ml^M'«»tt««»<Wori«fitu. '>f^v--v^ *'!^ 

S)&»rs M.r.Pf itWBtts, iMiao^'tdo nttmeroiKtoawattHl, 
inetai^ Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, 19M; Metro 
Nnfblk ASA Toomament, 1970; 4th Annual Dixie Classic, 
1970; 2ad Annual Rbeingold Invitational, 1971, Burlin^on 
Im4b^ional, IflS and Eastern Virgil lavitaUonal. 1976. 



Dollar, who stands at S'll" and weighs 175 pounds, 
received the Herman Nelson Memorial Trophy in 1971 
as the Most OutstaOdii^ Outfielder and again in 1973 
as the Most Valuable Outfielder, Chesapeake. Johnny 
was also voted Top Defensive Player in the Regional 
5 and 6 Tournament in Richmond, in addition to being 
lilted Best Hitter in the 2nd Amiual S.E.N.C. Invitational 
Toumamei^, Fayetteyille, N.C. Out same yrar. 

Dollar made the All Tounurarat Team on six separate 

occasions from 1971 to 1976: Rbeii^old InviUtional, 1970; 

, Rbe^old Invitatitmal, 1971^ Ro(^Tille Invitational, 1973; 

Heopatetd hfvltottonal. 197»t'B]i|to«tQa tevitationl, 197$ ' 

General Manner Jim Portii»-edicts that Johnny Dollar 
will be one of the dynamic simerstars fbf tie entire Amer- 
ican Prc^esslcnal Sol-Pitch League to- 1977.. ."We're r^l 

pleased to have signed him", ofs P<His. 



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LeacNng batt«re 

(Through gijnes ot Mar. 2S. Four or 
more at-bats) 

Townsend (P. A.) .711; CoMis (F.C.) 
"^14; Scissom (B) .66S; Sage ^mof) 
625; Jones (B) .509 VambeU (F.C.) 
.500; Heronx (F.C.) .428; KiM (B) 
.400; Little (B)'.350; Sayers (F.C.) 
.333; GillUand (F.C.) .833; Perkins 
C.) .383; Moody (Kemp) .339; Wood 
emp) \mf Reaiif (Kenpj ,Ui; Tata 
emp) J33; Smith (Kel> .3}S: 



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Cattolic last we^. TheMarlins beat 
CrMpders 833-310, and the Falcoi 
eompetiaii a^i^iHrt^^ Niwfolk Catboli 

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Clng on the PGA tour. 

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fte r^t^^ Beach Cttr 
Ptttic Schools, ttaoaihtte 
Hatth and I%ysleAl ^^- 
Uw Section tave, anao^ced 
tte winners (rf ttettitrdcx- 
tnmurals. Tte Kctrainiirals 
bnwcht togetter at five sites 
tto wiUMrs vi ^ third set 
or utnannUs. Tto cwtrnts 
which an toM at tte Md ^ 
Mch teaching wit natdwd 
boys in »Nnpetiti(M in has- 
kcteaU and wdleyhaU. whUe 
tte girls (^Mnpetal in gym- 
outics. 

B^s b^glming ba^tettaU 
was NM at teysi* Jakv 
wtth KeiqiivUle Junior de- 
fMting fttysUtt Jnator in ms 
finals If nm score rt IS- 
IS. MeaAtM* ct mi wmim 
taaai wen: ib^^ 9mwd, 
mm Mms^. R^Mird R^- 
ted, lM«rt ^tta, Wwm 
(taM, Muk ^Mtman, M- 
m GlaHrtUe, Haili FnuA- 
Un, DMg bB^M,^^tasP^ 
AMM9 awwod. IteriELo- 
vitt tMSmm "nmurn. 

Gins big^M;tpnMS- 
ties was MMatM^*!^M« 

IUBICT vt*^^ fft^ fnllnwin^ win. 

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^eafleace JMer; fcn 
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fitte Junior; S£»ya WilUs- 
B^M - KempsviUe JwiM'; 
aw^ PWdy-Floor Exer^ 
ctee - X<mNviM Janor; 
S«p WUUi - All AroMd- 
Kemi^vtUeJanior; 

VoU^Mll was teU at 
L|Mtewi J««to withAyin- 
tavM Junior detetl^ In - 
(^pendMKc JHdor.JApmters 
* Ite wiMilg ^&^*M*t 
Aid^ Roders, Mick BMOtt. 
Om^w a^r, (^»ie 
WIM, Bin 1^ Joe Bis- 
sler; Max B^r and Clwfc 
Werners. 

B^s advaaeed baskcttaU 
ms teld at Cox with Prin- 
cess km» wlu^ ever First 
Ori^al ^ a More ^ ti- 
89, MMibers tf the JPria- 



cess Anne team were: Jamta 
Pendo, Elroy LiUard^ Char- 
les Hughes, Tony Sutton, Ral- 
ph O'Connell, Chris Bush. 

The girls advanced gym- 
nastic meet was held at 
Kempsville with winners in 
the following events: 

Wanda Ward - Vaulting ^ 
Princess Amie; Robin Sente- 
tteeveos - Kemosvitic Rmi 
ban Grant ctf; 

Denise Reyoutos-ricwr St* 
ercise-Baysld9; Denise Reyr 
ttoU» ' AU Anted . nvi 
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begin i«i Adult Physical Fi 
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through May 86. Ginuus- 
ivttswUl be open 7:30 P.M. 
9:30 P.M. M V 
Thursday eveafsii 



<roraen on- 

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Iceless riiiKs begm 
skating competition 



Members of the newly 
lorped Viitfinia Beach Ice 
^catii^ ,CUih participated in 
tBeir first competition in 
Virginia's First Iceless Ice 
Skatii« Competition beld on 
Felbruary 2S, at tbe Kellam 
RMd Meighborhood Ice Ska- 
ti^f^ Unk, 311 Kellam Road, 
Vi^lnja Beach, Virginia. 

Compttltlon 

The competitiOT iMitured 
t^iins from tlm Kellam Rink 
aodtte Beach Mall Ice^t- 
ing Studio also located in 
Virginia B^ch, a»l com- 
petitions under the Ice Skat- 
iiy Institute of America pro- 
gram in Alpha, Beta, Gamma 
anl Free-Style I categories. 

The Intra-rink competi - 
tion also beld a spacial com- 
petition for its Pre-AIpha 
students. The high spirited 
competition was won by the 
Bdich MaU team 23-16. Hie 
indfvidral winners were: 
PI^-ALPHA; Under 8 years 



old: Johanna Fallon (Isf); 
Intermediates: Kathleen 
Collins (1st); Clfldy tehfe 
(2nd); Grace Collins (3rt); 
ALPHA: 8 a^ under: Kris- 
ten Fishir (3rd); InterraW- 
iates: Rbonda Benolt (Ist); 
Elizab^ Ogltsby (lad) ; 
BETA: Stniorst l^vld Par- 
rott (1st); R(*ert Cfcr- 
ter(28d); 

GAMHA: Intermediates: Ta- 
man Kerwin (4tti) ; 
FREESTYtE I: latermed- 
iates: KeUy Edwards (1st); 
Nicole Mi»tal$o (2nd) ; 
Teens: UeUida Powers 
his stage di^t as "Char- 
director and BQttstc director 
Uminator on a 1915 Kawaski 

(2nd); ^niors: J^mela P»- 
tentt {2oiJ; Marsha Swien- 
shine (2nd). 

B«ach Mall wins 

The Beach Mall Ice Rink 
beat the Kellam Ice Rink 
49-35, in Ice StaUng of A- 
merica Intra-Rfink competi- 



tion Sunday, at the Kellam 
rink. 

WliNiars 

Individual winners were: 
PRE-ALPHA: Earle« Scal- 
es (1st); Limteey Clark (2nd); 
Grace Collins (3rd). 
ALPHA, 8 and uuler: Jo- 
hiuaa Fallon (1st); Kris - 
t« Fisher (2ad). 
ALPHA, 9-12: Unda Hall 
(1^); Kathleen Collins (and); 
EilttbethOglesl9<3rd). 
BETA, 9-12: Rbmida Benoit 
(2nd). 

FREESTYLE I, 9-12: Nicole 
Montalto (1st), Tamera Ker- 
win (2nd). 

ALPHA^3-1S: Betsy Downs 
(1st), fbrylinn Napier (2nd). 
FREESTYLE I, 13-15: Me- 
linda Powers (1st); Patricia 
Stanley (2nd). 

BETA, 16-20; Marsha Sonen- 
shine (1st); Pamela Paterna 
(2iid). 

ALPHA, adult: Stephanie Im- 
bert (Znd). 




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Th# C»|U0h^hoiAiytt- 
letic D^rtment is sponsor- 
ing a wrestling tournament 
for elem^itery, }iaiior high, 
and high school wrestlers. 

The ctemei^tfir school 

Aragona/ 

Pembroke 
tourney 

concludes y^. 



ttMt wlU be \^ AmrU. M, 
aad is apea to studeots 7th 
grade and under. Weight 
cUasM are 55, 60, 65, 70, 
75, M, 18. 95, 105, 112, 118, 
unlimited. 

Jr. high ; 

Tte junior high and high 
sclfflol tournament will be 
held on April 23. Junior 
high weights are 80, 88, 95, 
102, 110, U6, 124, 132, 140. 
150, 170, unlimited. 



SUN photo by Blair Tbnrman 

Rhonda Benoit and George McGuire 



14 dty iMguebaskcttwll 
teams competed la the Ara- 
gona/Pembndie RecreatioB 
Dqwrtment Invitatiooal 
Tottmamfnt at Bayside High 
orer ttie weekend, 

Tlw Millet League ehaffl- 
pibns were the A/P 78'ers, 
who bested the Great Neck 
Airedales 34-27. 

In Intermediate League 
compettUoB, the Thoroughr 
good Sapersonlcs beat the 
A/P Panthers 49-32. 

In ibe Junior League, the 
Great Neck Tar Heels beat 
the A/P Tar Heels, 85-71. 

And In an upset, the Ar- 
rowhead Sockets beat ttie 
undefeated city champion 
Cmdn Sanas, Sl-47. 



The high sctool weights 
are. 98, 105, 112, 119, 126, 
132, 138, 145. 155, 167, 185, 
unlimited. 



Entrance fee for any 
toumame^ is $5, and there 
is no admission charge to 
spectators. 

Beach gM 
wins bouts 



Missy Waller, a fresh - 
at Longvood College 
from Virginia Biiadi, won 
sii td her eight fenciiv boats 
In the Virginia FedertUon 
of Intercollegiate Sports for 
Wmdob ToomameBt in 
IimeUNirg, March 19-20. 

The Farmville - based 
school idaced fourth in die 
tournament. 




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by 
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Beach bowlers win in AJBC 




Ice 

Skating 

News 

toe Skating Lessons 

Ifw sessions: Monday, Wednesday and Fridays, after- 
noons and evenings Saturday from 10 a.m. to 12:30, 
p.m. Few spaces available. Call immediately. 

Youth Ice Hockey Program 

All equip-uient provided. Games each week. Age 
groups: 4-7, 8-10, 11-12. only. RegUtrations at rink 
during normal operating hours. 
First come, first serve basis. 

New Operating Incurs 

Monday and Tuesday closed, except for special 

group and class acitivites. 

Wednesday and Thursday from 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., 

Friday from 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. 

Saturday from 12:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and Sunday 

from 12:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. 

Beach Man Studio 422-3741 
Kellam Road Rink 499-4004 

Registration must be made in person at the rink 
before classes begln-Skati]« Club Availid>le. 






. By BUD LOWE 
Special to the SUN 

What a wasoB for Hue 
Anericaa Junior BowUi« 
Ciwgress (AJBC). 

this month marks the an- 
niml All City, Toumament 
U^ the AJBC. TMs league 
of young bowlere grows 
stitMger with «lch passing 
year, this year being no ex- 
e^on. There was a total 
d over 800 youngsters in- 

1^ in this eventthis year, 
total ei^es of 158 
IS, 1M7 pairs of doutdes, 
u3 774 silkies. This tonr- 
nam«it was open to all AJBC 
inwabers in Tidewater. 



. iooaldwptar 

■•. The local chi^iter ot the 
AJBC is ^B^d by presi- 
«^t Roger Miller, assist- 
ant BBUger for Century 
SlUlmy in Norfidk. &cre- 
^ry for tte Ass'n. is Ral|di 
EUi^raad of Vlr^aia 
Bimsk. TourwneM director 
«M 1^ Wvate, «tth a^tst- 
mtki Glwia Luttrell and Faye 
tanmertis.' 

^.i^TUs tas bwn m best 
« jMM^d towmm^ I have 
%W tttoaded," saU Ra^A 
QMirand. All Uum from 
"^^erter were weU i^re- 
sealad tttfs pm. This in- 
cMwi military base ItMs 
a<^ vM as from dvUUui 
Ufaes, tUs ^ar Uk tonva- 
m^ wu WM at ^terten 
C|^ in NOTfoOr. &efc i^ 
til* aA O^ tmrwrnatU 
^M amMf all civtUan 



9)0, high scratch game was 
^3 by Nancy Polostewskl 
from LittleCreek Lanes, fol- 
lowed by Gary K^y of Ut- 
ile Credc Lanes and Mike 
Luck of Century Spillway with 
a 234 each. Highest thne 
gaoie series vms from 
Bdiby Bttck of Century Spill- 
way Witt a 615 scratch, fol- 
lowed by Craig Caimon irf 
N.O.B. with a 608 and Mark 
Ziegler of LUUe Creek with 
a 607. This is how the rest 
of the field looked when it 
was all over: 

AHavants 

Scratch— Novice Mvisloa— 
Theresa Morean, 687, Plaa 
Boirt; Drag White. 766, 
OcMna; BaMam Divtsloo— 
Amiette Town, 1153, Plaza 
Bowl; Brian JdmsM, 1339, 
PUsa Bowl, Junior Uvlsion- 
Pam Hottoran, Z46S. Little 
Cre^; Cra% Cannon, 1616, 
N.O.B.; S«dorD|ytsk«"Pat 
Stacknik, 1576, LitUe Creek; 
Bobby Buck, VtU, CWbi^ 
^illway. Han(tt^-<-N9vto» 
IMvWen»Mar^ . ftwal. 
tlU, Mmtary tdtaes; »an 
Ifobbs,^ 1059. Suburban 
Lanes; Jtertam Uvisicm— 
&ndy Man«<n, 1444, Thun- 
dwMrd Laws; Walter Somi, 
im, Ume Crmk; Judor 
IXvisim " DeMie James, 
1738. FafrlaMs; Jerry Banty 
I'm, tittan Riiwr Lavs; 
Smtu IKvlMa—Kim Lowe, 
1M3, PUtt Bwl; BUI Al- 
muK mi, Plaw Mwl. 

Taamavmitt 



P«5ta 

^m« Intorerttag tects 
Mm tM tovwMM are; 
ften wen 71 $uma over 



Q^m " teyne's 
MwJHMrtt, mi, Cmtavy 
^UMy; SnUfiMt F»^ M 
2218. Ptea Boirt; BaMus 
H^t - MMxttMi #4, im, 
SAvtttt iMM; ^niUrig 
Wmm «1, ^t, «ut Bowl; 
Ji^ Gfrls — Jr. Gators 
#18, MTI, Utile Cre^; 
Fafrlane's filters, MM. 
FalrtaMs; imkg Boft - 



Magic Markers, 2763, 
N.O.B. ; Colonial Kids, 2700 
Century Spillway; Indian Ri- 
ver #1, 2691, Indian River 
Lanes; Jr. Gators #t4, 2685 
Little Creek; Senior Gfrls-- 
Jr. Gators #23, 2948. Littte 
Creek; Portsmouth Bowl #4 
8925, P(»1smoiith Bowl; In- 
dian River #9, 2908. Indian 
River Lanes; Senior Boys- 
Sat. Seniors #9, 3122, Plata 
Bowl. Indian River «6, W50 
Indian River Lanes; Spillway - 
pollers, 3036, Century 
SplUway; Suburban #11, 2993 
Soinrbui Lanes. 

SMglaa avants 

Hofiee Gfrls— Theresa Mmr- 
ean, 329, Plaza Bowl; Mar- 
lene Baikal, 29T, Military 
LaMs; No^rtee Bcqrs— Stan 
B(M», 321, SiflMutan Lanes; 
Wayne Lee, 299. Plaza Bowl 
Baatea ffrU— Uubi Bn»ks 
506, Plaza Bowl; &ndyMar- 
ston, 497, Thunderbird L^- 
es; Crista Biesti,490, Thim- 
(terfolrd Laws; Vtiggf Tim- 
mins, 490, N.Q.B.; Paulette 
RemtersMt. 186. Century 
%iUlwny; Bantam Bofs— 
Walter Som. 597, UtUe 
Creek; David Ei«l^rt,543, 
Plaza Bowl; John Whittaker. 
526. Ptaza Bowl;0. T.Bol- 
tm, 523, bdian River Lanes; 
Ikvid ^wdler, 5M, Fair- 
laws; Mbf F^ere, 505, 
Plaza Itowl; Fi%(My Grant, 
504, U^ Crorit; 3w^t 
GfrU-Karen Mdwln. 619, 
Fml ^wy Lanes; D^de 
James, W4, FairlaBK; Dra- 
na Cha^lM>lalB. 584^ N.O.B. 
Dome l^tmiN, 566, Lit- 
tle CreA; l^ctelle Iteran, 
553, Little Creek; Sherry 
wmtaBS, 5^, FafrUnes; 
Mrior B<qrs— Jer!7 ftmtr. 
M5, Indiu River LAnes; 
n«h Meehan, 621, MS Piers 
DomM ^ch, 611, Plaza 
Boirt; Ntihu Ctendley. 613 
MS Pten; Crt^[ Canmw, 
6(tt N.O.B.; Guy Bailey, 597 



Suburban Lanes; DonZegler. 
596, Little Creek; Larry 
Buck, 595, Century SpiU - 
way; Gary Stevens, 592, Lit- 
tle Creek, Jim Frei, 586, 
D&S Piers; David Ma^n, 
584, Plaza Bowl; MratyMon- 
tgomery, 578, Little Creek; 
Senior Girls-Theresa Brad- 
shaw, 651, Fairlanes; Kim 
Lowe, 641, Plaza Bowl: Mi^ 



chele Cohen, 632, Oceana; 
Pat Stacknik, 631. Little 
Creek; Cindy Densmore, 630 
.Oceana; Terry Harris, 627, 
LitUe Cre^; Helen Water- 
field, 625, Plaza Bowl; Sen- 
ior Boys— Robert Lawson, 
682, Military Lanes; Mark 
Weisheit,. 670, Plaza Bowl; 

(Cont. on page B-87 



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Practically th0 whote 
nelgMbrtood of ywi^ters 
turned out'Satur^ moro^ 
im it Wwiiwrth W«TE,x 
Housing near tta ocwunWit 
to Ittid a hkad ttarlBf the 
Oceana Tseh Club clean - 
^ eaMj^lgD. 

H«4>e() here and there by 
lidulti with trucks and an 
axtii svpplf of plastic bacs, 
tte ycpoBgstera scoured the 
konsing area for all loose 
trash. 

Many <a the youngsters 
«ere scout groins, wrt only 
k«l^Bg the commotffy but 
^ittntfog points for com- 
munity merit ba(^es. 




Uke a military operation, groups receive their clean-up area assignment at thi 
clean-up headquarters next to the Navy housing office. 



Story ami photos 

by Gary FuUerton, 
SUN Nom Editor 



Tammie McClain [white hat) stuffs some trash in the bag held 
y her mother Mrg, Rcfsemary McQain. Also h^ing wj§^& Ctfiefjf 
Strickland: Jrhe§rfs 



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Qeithg a list of all Clean-up participants. 





A brisk wind didn't deter fmH^ers Tracy Welkins and Jennifer 
Mauser holding a bag for Troop 4 1 cadet Lisa Mace. 



First Virginia 



f^epresenpng the Oceana Civic League, the whole SeweU M 
helps during the clean-up, including father Alex, sons Danny, 
Steve and Kevin, and daughter Pamela. 




Troop 343 girls work hard for badges 



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The Girl SoMits of Junior 
Tnx9 M3 of ^ck Bay have 
been busy over the past 
month. 

Ttie girls rec^ly planned 
and JHrepared a special meal 
for their parents as a pro- 
ject to eara cocMdng ba4ge. 
The meal-qiagbetti and melt 
balls with tossed salad-was 
served to the deligUed 




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s new 



Edwanl L. Breed»i Jr., 
diairman of the board and 
l^sitoit (tf First Vif^la 
m^ of lldewi^r, an - 
tmac^ the grand ^raing on 
frMfay,. Mar. U and Sat- 
ttrttey, Mar. ^ (HF the baiyc's 
relocated Kempsville M " 



fieext iZHVrtactBs Ave 

HOMi. 

pe«edlBllNitaiiAar un to 
the ^Mj^iat »^er b^ad 
^ fK^eBl bte stantt^ 
(4fce. 
MaMgi^ of tte mw (^ee 



is James If. D^^^. Ht 
{(rfned the iuk in m4 aai 
i^ Mem mamm^ at tMt 
KmipsvtUe iM^ iM^ ROr 
vmber 19^. Prior to Jol^-^ 
ing First Virginia. Denps0 
was with a large tocal r^ 
tell deptrtneat store uA 



tfom I96C-TO MTVwl vlth 
Ibe V.S. Havy. Deia|#^ is 
a im radnrie ol CAl Do- 
mmm Vil^rslty vjtt a 
BAblBriawss. 

(Mter miplt^es ^ the 
i^i^viUe tm& tmWMk 
kMmoa, Joyce Bm^Oay, 




mpsv 



'fi . ^ji 



' Hrst Virginia Bank of Tidewiter 



par«its Mar. llattheOceana 
Naval Air StatiOD Clapel. 
iPoUowiiv the m^, a 
special cer«nooy iMMwred 
tfaOBe girls ito hid wraed 
toymUer and cooking bad- 
ges. Troop 343 leader If ar- 
ian nckertng and co-leader 
Jant QeaoM^ the pleasure 
(^jpnnttag/^ badges to 
Chtfy Pickering, Patricia 



Meeks, Michelle CecU, Su- 
san HiUeUch/JCicheUe Va- 
'iisj^ao. Tine jSalBwi, Vina 
BoUiiis, Card ^tanpiae, 
Lydia P«otin« C^lettMew- 
some Md Maifie Kemuer. 
The parents were «1^ 
told of an upcondiif nu^pmit. 



planned by Oe tnop U&Uxf 
ott a little island off Kw)tts 
Isiam. The^l^ls also plan 
a nature b^e at S(»shor# 
Park Apr. 2 where ttey will 
earn points lor U)«ir camera 
merit bad^es^-by taking pic- 
tui^. 



The Juniw girl sebuts i 
343 are also wbrkl^ on ; 
pal merit bi^s, did 
Satarday ]|a<n^n| ptrtic 
pated in ti^ die^ 19 
pi^ aro^ WnliMttttl 
vy Boosing a«.pt^ M \ 
conuBimtty m^ te#«i. 




G^e lfadd(9 attd &uroa 
&e«t tf VUftoia BmiA aad 
ll^io^ Mmo De Dios (d 
Ilorfotk. 



0«M^per (tf Vm (M<» w^ 
Ihe VleiAdA Biaeh«rcUtM- 
twai firm of Meliln U. 
$|NNee k Assoc, and tto 
^Mral aatnctor was L.J. 

iS/« tm-lne ikive - ip 
Cm^^ Md a ri^ 4^0- 
^M7. C^^MT ptrkta«^ 
aviBilde to frart and rwr 
(Am MUing. 



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tetfiwotid citstMMr co^tr 

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VlrfliiU BMCb Sun, Itarcii 30, 1977 - B-5 



Virginia Beach 



C^UpB 



Otrafs 



Br«« D. Dtvers, wbMHwift 
l^fttrieia Is the thuKhterof 
«r; *iB Mrl. Jote n. Mc- 
FtrUM of 117 s. Rosemont 

iradttftttcl tton tte Navy's 
AvUtiOB IndodrlnaUoD 
CfMm CAiC)i 

AIC U tbf first st^ id 
tbe Ktva) flicMtrftiBiqgpro- 
rram l«idlii| to desigmtloii 
«8 tavtl tvUtor. 

A »76 KraduateoftheUiil- 
versity of Louisville, with t 
teetelbr. of arts d^^, he 
Jblnad tli» Marine Corps in 
May 1971. 



Martlin 



Navy Seaman Recruit John 
E. Martlin, son of Mf . Bren- 
ton E. G. mrtlin of S704 
^rco Dt-ive, Virginia Beach 
has completed recruit train- 
ing it theiflaval Traintag 
Center, Wlahdo, Fla. 

Duridg the eight >weei( 
Ironing eyeie, trainees ^' 
died getoral miliUry nib- 
jeet& desigmd to prepare 
them for further academic 
and on4he-Job training in 
one of the Navy's 95 basic 
occupational holds. 

He Joined the Navy in June 
197S. 



BUS 



AirmM Keith E. ElUi, 
son of tfr. and Mrs. fdvftfd 
C. EUit o{:M2S Westgrof^ 
Roftd, ytrilBia B«td>, hn 
gTBiiaiited 4t Keesler AFB, 
Mill., froai the u,s. Air 
toft$ teehoical train ing 
eoiirce tor qitee edatrolud 
warning syitems operators. 

Airman Ellis, who learned 
to operate electronie con- 
soles used fat spi^ 1 
tad- 

inj 

Forcr 

with a unit of the Aerbqw<« 
Defense Conmtad. Comple> 
tlOD (tf jbe course enables the 
airman to receive academic 
credits throngb the Comm- 
unity College of the Air 
Force, 

; tbe hirman is a 1975 grad- 
uate et Baytide High School. 



Coast C^M Boatswain's 
Mate Secoid Class JamM 
£< Walkc* Jr., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. ilaMth. Walltce 
of Mil Soiio Court, Virginia 
Beach, wlU be heUiing «&' 
force the 800 mile fish^ 
cooserratidB sone whi<m 
went iato effect March 1. 

He is servi^ as a cre«- 
uenber maoard tte Coast 
Gwrd ciitter Cherokee, 
hem#orted at Norfolk. 

the ne# law, tawwn as 
the Fishery Cimsemticii 
alM Itahagement Act^mi, 
^v«i the United States ex- 
elaeive cmdrol of aU wateri 
within the ^O-mUescme. 
Tte Coaf^ Gwrd ud the 
N^oal llulne Fisberiei 
l^ntfce have been chaifed 
tiH£b wforciment of Oe zoo#, 
v^ck iaclM(» 10 percent trf 
the. f oild's fishery re- 

iWIHS/ 

ITctUce Joined the Coast 
Guard in Jnne 1971. 



McC^mwH 

Navy Chief AvltUoit 
Boatswain's Mate Ronald E. 
McCosnell, whose wife San- 
dra is the daughter of Mr, 
ftnd Mrs. Tim Laska of U52 
Vlryinis Beech Blvd., Vir- 
gUtit Beach, was promoted to 
his present rank and recei- 
ved a Letter of Commen- 
dktton. 

He was «tted forsnstaiMM 
superior performance, from 
June to November 1976, is 
the L«idii« Flight Deck Pet- 
ty Officer hfaoerd the amphi- 
bious dock USS Coronado. 
DuHiw that period, hit ship 
w|s operattng as a unit of 
the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the 
llediterran^n. 

An extnct from his cit- 
ation notes: "Petty Olflcer 
MeConhell ensured cootintuil 
r«ntftfl«M MdfflaiBtiinedlbe 
■eetmty ftexibtlity to han- 
dle any and all requirements 
placed on his (Iligbt suppcH> 
crtw," 

He Joined the Navy in July 



Howard 

C^st Guard Fireman 
Maehinery TeehBieian 
Charles A. Rward, sofe of 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter A. ^w- 
ard of 201 Lyimriver SMvet 
Vitfiaia B«^, wasgndii- 
ated from Dati Proctmiaf 
(D^) School. 

During the eighttteek 
course at the llivalTrainiBf 
CeiAer, Saii IMego, stodents 
receive fundamental 
Stntttion cm electrtmic al*^ 
comtiog machines and the 
operation of compoters. 
They studied basic data pro- 
cessing terminology, flow 
chart btlerprt^tton and the 
dei«1<pB«irt of DP a^ystem 
qiecifications. 

A 1972 gradaate of First 
Colonial High School, be 
jdned the Coast Ooatd in 
October 1975. 



Legg 



Airman Bobert A. Legi, 
soi^^ Mr. am^ Mrs, Robert 
L. Left of Hd$ SuuroB Jk., 
Viifinia Beach, has beeuM- 
lected for tecdmica| train- 
inf at Cbcnvte AFB, IU^> Jd 
fbfi Mr Force aircraJR nuia- 
tepuce field, 

, The airman recoiUy &m- 
Pt^ed ba«ictrainii« at Lack- 
land AFB, Tex., and atwiied 
the Air fotce missi<», or- 
ganixattai aidd ^caatoms idd 
reedved qieelal instniction 
in huroui relattoDa. 

AirmaB Litt, a 1974 gra- 
duate 91 B«a L^ipea Hi^ 
StiMwl, atiindeit Tidewater. 
Commimity College, Virginia 
Beach. 




on®*.- 

Navy Boatswitt's Mate 
First Class Lockwood J. 
Lyons, whose wife Deborah 
is the daughter of Mr. and 
lira. Gene Williams of 5802 
Oak Terrace Drive, Virginia 
Beach, received two Letters 
of Commendation. 

He waa cited by the com- 
numder of the U.S. Sixth 
Fleet and the commander of 
Amphii^ws 8quadron-4, fiM* 
superior perfonnance on 
July 27-29, 1976. During that 
period, he was serving 
aboard the ampbibious 
traoqiort dodc USS Cor- 
Miado. He was credited with 
materially cootribvting to 
his iriiip's successful evae- 
oatiw of U.S. cititens from 
Ltibanoa. 

Lyons is continuing his 
Mi^lttnnft ^oard tt»i:or- 
on«lo, which is homeported 
at the Naval AmiMbiooa 
Base. Littte Creek, Va. 

He Joined the Mvy inSep- 
temberi9«8. 

San Juan 

Airman Jeaaa D. San Juan, 
whoae mother la Mrs. Anita 
G. Domlntws o(462iVaUey 
For^ Lane, ViiVaiaBeai^ 
has bem assignedtoChaa^e 
AFB, ni., after comiAe^ 
Air Force basic traiidng. 

During the six vfHs 
traittiBg at LicUaad AH. 
Tea., the abinaii stadiedtte 
Air Force misskn, orgaid- 
satioa Md cM^mia aM re- 
ceived ^eeiil bftrtraetion in 
human relations, 

Ainuo S$s Juan will now 
receive speciaUad traUdag 
to ^ aircraft aqin^Mit 
mata^^Kefl^. 

Hk airmai^'1ll*duat«i 
fttm high S(teU in IW aad 
attended M^in C<dlege. 
Maaik. Phil^i^nea. 



Coairt Gttml AvtatM* 
Qeetra^es TteWcUn ^- 
ood £laas ^t;ik. o^imt, 
aoB «f Mr. and Mra. Kmak 
C. Owew Jr. of SlU Lyn- 
teVM Drive. Viitiaia Ita^ 
wBl be ^^ enfori^ tte 
MM omMtkf MMMMr 
tiin MM vM^ tnwt iMto 
^ct Bmt^ 1. 

ke is MTVing At m Coast 
^ird ^r MttoB.Capeted, 



mm» la a 19^ gnMnte 
M rmk W, CnN^Bchool, 
mmittA Lo^Muif CoUege, 
NC. aflt ^ad tte Coart 
Gnanl in A«g«t 1969. 



servicemen 



Manne Sergeant Thomas 
E. C(^, m^Me wife Gwen 
is ttO diuighter of llr, and 
Mrs. Frittklin BrmA of 4150 
PembertOn St., Virginia 
Beach, tes be« promoted 
to. his ps^sent nnk while 
serving with t«nM«| Force 
TnJttlng Commauf, Atlan- 
tic. Naval Amphdrtoas Base 
Little Creek, Norfolk, Va. 

He jdoed the Marine 
Corps in March 197$. 



Wiley 



Marrow 



: Navy Aviati(tt Ordnance- 
man First CSiaa Jota E. 
Wll^, whHwttihiClariaiis 
the daughter «t Mr. and Mrs. 
John T. SwM««»^426U6th 
81.^ VirgiUt BHib, has re- 
fiorted iatj&akm At^ck 
Sllttdron 176. Naval AirSU- 
nm Oceanai Viifinla Beach. 
He Joined the Navy in June 
19*9. 



Coot Guard Bwtswain's 
Mate Third Class Kenneth W. 
Marrow, scm ot Walter Mar- 
row tf Overholt IMw, Vir- 
ginia B«mA, tea reported tw 
duty with the Cowt Gmrd 
Group Search and Rescue 
Unit, Gnuid Haven, Mich- 
igan. 

He attended Hiilsbourgh 
Commimity Collie, Tampa, 
Fla., and Joined the Coast 
Guard in December 1976. 



Yatas 



Hat^ Seanutt Beajamin S. 
YatOa, wbei»wife, Mary, is 
tM ttan^r of Mr.aodMrs. 
Fraaeaia L. Brittala of 1211 
Pleaaait HaU Drive, Vir- 
gtua Bnch, haa compl^d 
the Nayy'a ^Ic Electri- 
dty/HeCtroolcs Course. 

A ithi graduate of Old 
OoMinion UJd^rsity, Nor- 
mk, with a techelor of Arts 
(Mfree in Sodology, he Jdn- 
ed the Navy in Sept. 1976. 



Caray 



Mldtidpman First Class 
Michael J. Carey, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Jos^ M. Carey of 
7 Outer Drive, Virginia 
Beach, has beendes^teda 
Mid^ianaB Rnsigiias con- 
dud ottieer of tnb Company 
at Oe U.S. Naval Academy, 
Aaupolis, |ld. 

^formi^i^ the Brigade's 
chidn d command, midship- 
mw experience and prac- 
tice ttUitary «ipaixational 
duties that they wiU be a- 
ped«<l to perform as cdn- 
misailmed dflcers la tte 
Navy or Mirine Corps. 

fhwsome 

Alrmtt DnM A. Nei^me, 
vboae parepta are retired 
teclnicd Serg«iat aias Mrs. 
IteyaHXid F.lfew8(Mneo(49M 
terato^ Circle. yirglii||p 
BMdi, has be^ assigned va 
Keeslet AFB, Misa.. after 
Gom^Mtag Air Force basic 

Airmui Hewaome will now 
revive apecialix«l 
taic in Oie avkmtes 
ftetd. 

The airman is a 1976 gra-^ 
duate of Kempaville High 
Scbool. 



IT**'- *«■ 



Mackle 



Kvrj Fireman Patrick 
MacUe, son of Mr. and Mrs. 
batid L. Mackie of 701 For- 
ifst Trail, Virgida Beach, 
has complded recrdttrain- 
Ing at the Naval Traidng 
Center, Orlando, Fla. 

During the eight- wedc 
training cycle, trainees 
stwUed feneral military 
aabjeds deseed to pre- 
pare them for further aca- 
demic and on-the-job train- 
ing in one d the Navy's 85 
basic occupaticmal fields. 

A 1976 graduate of Floyd 
E. KellamHighSchool,Mac- 
kie^oteaft the Navy in Dec- 
ember 1976. 



Mart 



^oast Guard Aviatiai 
Electrician's Mate Third 
Claaa J«Btt$ C. Hart, son 
dMr. and Mrs. Clifford A. 
Hart d 1453 N. Woodhouse 
Road, Virgida Beach, wiU 
be helping «ifOrce the 200 
mile fishery conservatim 
sooe tiAich «ed into effect 
MarchL 
""'^^^ serrii« at the U. S. 
Coaat Gwrd Air StatioQ, 
Cmipoa Chriati, Tot. 

Bart Jdaed the Coast 
Gittrd in Jue 1972. 

Anglanmn 

Mi(IA4»man finrt Clus 
Alan C. AqgtaB^, vm d 
Na^Ci^iii^aad Mrs. C.C. 
A^man d Virginia Beach, 
tea t^een tesigittted a Mid- 
il^eaa UedMant (jmior 
<^i«|i) u c(^E4«ny sob-coro- 
ttwH^ d 3lat Comi«ny at 
tte U. S. Naml Aa^emy, 
Auia9dto»IM. 

MktaMlinn areaeleeted 
for leadnnMD p^ttiois 
irttUn tkk Academy's Biig- 
ade or l^k^di at the 
b^pburii^ djnAaiqBei^r. 

te ia a 197S gr^ute d 
Nwldk AMtemy. 



BarKlal 



Navy AinMB Recruit 
Lemai^ E. Beadall Jr., am 
d An G. BMdaU d MM 
(Maqnite Lane, Vii^^ 
B^s^ has r#«rM a^ddy 
at the Naval Air ttattoa, Le- 
mmm, Calif. 

«a fdaad ne NavymSep- 
teari»rl97l. 



around tile worid 



Andarson 

ifatry Ensign James R. 
Anderam^ son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Riduird N. Anderson of 
1405 Co(9er. Circle, Virginia 
Beach, was des^nated a nav- 
al aviator. 

Presentation of the 
"Wings d Gold" marked 
calmination of 18 months of 
fl^ traidng. 

The aviation curriculum 
inclnded basic studies in 
engineering and navigation; 
trainipg flights in simu- 
lators; aircraft familiar- 
izations; basic and advanced 
instrument traidng; extend- 
ed navigation flight and 
landings dioard an aircraft 
carrier. 

A 1971 jpraduate of First 
Colonial High School, and a 
1975 graduate of the Ud- 
pTfity of San Diego, with a 
bad»lor d arts de^*ee, he 
Joined the Nitry in June 1975. 

k 

Htinm 

ivate Dends R. 
lofMr.aadMrs. 
Bordck Sr. d 
4705 Jeanne St.. Virginia 
Beach, hl|f'x:ompleted re- 
cniit tralO^ at the Marine 
Corps Recniit Depot, Parris 
Island, S.C. 
During the 11-wedctnin- 



Mariae 
Hordek, 
Donald Ji 




wl^ experience during his 
enlistment and stodied the 
personal ;utd prdessional 
sttffldards ||p.ditionallyexhi- 
dted by Moines. 
: He JdMd the Marine 
Clorps in Nbvember 1976. 



Harr0 



Aifinafi Kim N. Harrell, 
son d.Mr,; and Mrs. WU- 
liam W. HarreU d 673 Ken- 
neth Road, Virginia Beach, 
haa been assigned to Lowry 
AFB, Colo. , after complding 
Air Force basic traidng. 

Airman Harrell will now 
receive spedaliEed train- 
ing in the sundy field. 

The airman is a 1973 grad- 
uate d Pi^^icess Anne High 
School. 

Moorahaad 

Navy Ensign Donald F. 
Moorehead Jr., son d Mr. 
and Mrs. Donald F. Moore- 
head of 4449 Bennet Lane, 
Virginia Beach, was desU^- 
nated a naval aviator. 
Presentation d the 
"Winga d Gdd" maited 
edmination d 11 months d 
flight training lOr Moore- 
head. 

He is a 1975 graduate d 
the U. S. Naval Academy, 
Aaaapolis, Md., with a bach- 
elor of science degree. 
Moorehead Joined tte Navy 
in June 1975. 



Raad 



Navy Operaticms ^lecial- 
ist SeJunaa Bw A. Reed., 
son d Ben A. Reed Sr. d 

Virgiaia Beach, recently 
participated in U» major al- 
Uad exercise "Rimpac'?7." 

Ha is serving as a crew- 
member aboard the gnided 
BriinUe crdMT IMReevM, 
lai^qiorted in Pearl Urbor ,- :r 
Bimii. Re tna ow d the? 
^ptttimataly ^,00 mm 
ate took part in the monUi- 
ioni exercise, in the mid- 
Padflc Oceu area jUQaCMt 
to Hawaii. "Rlmpae '77." 
tte fifth amiMl KM aatml 
msMuvers cMteetidbythe 
'rim d thr ftdfie' aittOaa, 
tavdved 38 skipB did »S 
aii^«ft fr«3 the U. S., Au- 
dnlta, Cuate Md New 
Z«laad. 

A 1974 nwh^e d Bay-, 
aMa B^ Mod. ha Jdned^ 
the Iblvy in Jawiry IMS. 



Mim 




Coast Guard Machtoery 
TechdcisB Second Class 
Michael E. Mims, stmof Lil- 
lie M. Pallette of 436 Ter- 
rapin Hill Road, V^nia 
Bnch, is assisting in emer- 
gency wider operations in 
New tOrk. 

He is a crewmember 
aboard the Coast Gwrd cut- 
ter Sweetgum, homeported in 
Mayport, Fla. His cutter has 
travelled nttrth frmn its 
homep^rt to augmOnt the 
Coast Guard udts perman- 
ently assigned in New York. 

The first task he and his 
shipmates undertook was the 
r^piair and repositiodng of 
Uie navigational aids in New 
York Harbor. Most ot the 
harbour's bouys and mark- 
ers had been sunk, buried or 
dragged off station by heavy 
ice flows. 

Since February 7, his cut- 
ter has been functiodng as 
the command and codrpl 
base for a major oil spill 
prevention operation. On that 
date, the Sweetgum was dis- 
patched up the Hudson River 
to West Point where a fUlly 
loaded oil barge was 
aground, with her hdl ru- 
ptured by rocks. His cutter 
is serving as the coordin- 
ation point for Coast Guard 
Strike Tevns and commer- 
rs who are at- 
iransfer the' 
dher barges be- 
fore it spills into the Hudson. 
Upon completion d these 
dttttes, Mims' cutter is sch- 
edded to proceed fti}>Uier up 
the Rodsod to break ice for 
river traffic t>etwe«i Albany 
and New York City. 

Mims Jdned the Coast 
Guard in Jdy 1963. 



Burt 



Cadet Fourth Class Rich- 
ard B. Burt, son d Russell 
H. Burt d 1204 BmtonLane, 
and Janet B. Burt d 1701 
Burroughs Road, boUi d Vir- 
ginia Beach, was selected 
for the Superintendent's List 
at the Udted States Coast 
Guard Academy, New Lon- 
don, Conn. 

The Superintendent's List 
honors cadets who have both 
excelled academically and 
displayed exemplary mili- 
tary leadership. Cadets sel- 
ected must have earned 
placement oitboUi the Dean's 
List (academic achievement) 
and the Commanded d Ca- 
dets, List (leadership 
achievemmit}. 

Burt is a 1976 graduate 
d Norfolk Academy. 

Jonas 

Coad Guard Boatswain's 
Mate Third Class David H. 
Jones, SOB d Mr. and Mrs. 
Lee H. Jones d 524 Wil- 
liamdmrg Road, and whose 
wffe lisa is Uie daughter d 
Mr. and Mn. Leonard Davis 
d 786 UtQe Neck Roed, aU 
d Viliida BeAdi, win be 
heU^ng edorce the iDO mile 
fiAery eonservattea none 
which wdrt ido dftd March 
1. 

He is serving aaa»ew- 
member abMrd the Coast 
cutter Cherokee, home- 
ported at NuiOlk. 

A 1974 traduate d Pria- 
ceaa i^meHI^Sehod, Jonea 
JdNd the Coast Guard in 
Fdaiiaryl975. 

Hofridna 

Navy CommuMr Qran- 
vUte J. Rc#ktaia, a«oae wife 
Beverly la ^ daui^d- d 
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mtvmm 
d 529Cadertery Mad, Vir- 
gil Bie^. baa cttagMed 
tte Av^iw^ety Command 
Cwrse. 

He is a gradate oT^e 
U.S Nana Academy. Ama- 
poUa, IM., with a ba(*elor 
d sdenee d^^«e. 



SIhnan 



dadd Third Claaa Mark 
A. SUmen, son d Mr. and 
Mra. bwaine L. JSimen d 
Route 4, Box 4225-C, Vir- 
gida BMCh,,wasadeCtedfor 
tiie Dean's List at the Udted 
Stet(» Coast Guard Acad- 
emy, New London, Cdm. 

T^ Dean's Lid honors 
eadds who achieve in aca- 
demic average of at least 
3.15. d a poasible 4.0. In 
addition to attaidng Uie 
ovarall average, trades of 
"C" or higher.must be ach- 
ieved in all eoorsef, 

A 1975 gradUde of Floyd 
Keliam High Sclwd, he Join- 
ed the Coast Guard in June 
1971^ 



ialfart 



Airman MttcheU D. Sei- 
ftrt, aon d 0.S. ^vy Chid 
Pdty OtQcer and Mrs. 
DdttU E. Seiferi of 977 
liaahavra Parinray, Vir- 
pt^ Bmch, has been 
iasigned to Lowry AFB, 
ipoJo., after com|deting Air 
Force basic traidq;. 
-Airman Sdfert will now 
i^eceive speciallaed traidng 
in, the mudtions and weapons 
maijttenance field. 

The airman i8ai976grad- 
iite of Floyd E. Keliam High 
Sd^ool. 



iite»v 



wis 



Navy Limiteaan Billy L. 
Jbewis, husband d Lee E. 
Lewis d 4316 Saint Albans 
St., Virginia Beach, has 
completed the Prospective 
commanding Officer 
Course. 

: The six-wedc course at 
the Surface Warfare Officers 
Schod, Newpdl, R.L, was 
designed to |H'q)are selected 
officers for command of 
Navy ships. Studoits receiv- 
ed command level reviews 
d naval engineering, wea- 
pona systems capabilities 
and. employment, (qierations, 
shipboard management and 
surface warfare tactics. 

Lieutenant Lewis is 
sctedded to assume duties 
as the commanding officer 
d the fleet ocMn tug USS 
Tilwlma, hom^rted in 
POari Harbor, HawaU. 

He is a M69 graduate of 
the U. S. Nival Academy, 
^Aonapolis. Md.. wlUi abachr 
eior d scieilce degree. 



Warhan 



Navy Commaader KemieUi 
R. Werhan, hnsfaand d Vir- 
gida V. werhan d 1364 Bay- 
cliff Drive, Virgida Beach, 
haa completed the Aviation 
Safdy Command Course. 

The four-wedi course was 
cmiduded at the Naval Post- 
traduate SchoOl in Monterey, 
CaUf. ftwasdesigned to train 
senior offlcera in ttie pro- 
cedures for nmducting air- 
craft accidents investigation 
and the methods for am- 
Acting effective aircraft 
acdded prev»tii» pro- 
grama. 

A 1975 graduate d George 
Washington University, 
Washington, 0. C. , witti a 
bachelor d sdMM degree, 
he Joined the Navy in June 
1099. 



Mvy Coadtitfer Allen E. C 
Weeade^fy. ami d fTeUte 
K. WMdedcey d 1913 Thun- 
tebird Drive, Virginia 
Itai^, Ihs od^^^i^d ttn 
Mdm d rdtaMdier traidng 
iiitteCariMM*a8ia. 

Re is tte air dfic^r d 
tifi tt^hakiaa Mdwlt Alp 
Wt Bi^an. hott^orted in 
NwMk. Va. 

A 1955 gn^Mte d Vd- 
U9 i^wfe l^tfy Aeade- 
m, Wayne, H., with an 
MMdate de^ee. he K«aed 
te Navy in Jdy IMS. 



Blakeslea 

Navy Stordce^>er Tdrd 
Class Edward R. Blakes - 
lee Jr., son d Mr. and Mra. 
Edward R. Blakeslee d 3521 
Sea Horse Way, Virginia 
Beach, has r^wrted for du- 
ty aboard the destroyer USS 
^ruaoce, homeported in 
Norfolk. 

A 1976 graduate d Prin- 
cess Anne High Scbool, he 
joined the Navy in June 1976. 




Davidson 

Marine Major William A. 
Davidson HI, whose wife Ma- 
rie-Reine is the dai^hter 

^ Dr. and Mrs. J. 0. M. 

^atdier of 500 Goodspeed 
Road, Virginia Beach, is at- 
tending the Armed Forces 
Staff College. The AFSC, 
located in Norfolk, is oper- 
ated under the direction d 
the Joint Chiefs d Staff. 

, The studmt body is compos- 
ed d selected mid-career 
level officers from all five 
U.S. military services and 
allied nations plus iiigh lev- 
el govemmed executives. 
AFSC prepares students for 
future assignments to Joint 
command and defense man- 
agemed positions; as atta- 
ches or advisors to foreign 
nations; and as battalion (and 
higher level tro(9umt)com-> 
manders. 

A 1965 graduate of the U- 
dversity of Korth Carolina, 
Chapel Hill, witti a bache- 
lor of arts degree, he Join- 
ed the Marine Corps in June 
1965. 



Clousa 



Navy Instnimentman Sea- 
man James P. Clouse, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. 
Clouse of 609 Aragona Blvd. , 
Virginia Beach, was grad- 
uated from Basic Instni- 
mentman School. 

Clouse attended Old Dom- 
idon Udversity, Norfolk, 
and joined the Navy in June 
1976. 



Werner 



Navy Ensign Michael H. 
Weraer, whose wife Jo Ann 
is the daughter of Mr. and 
Mrs. Johnny M. McD(»aId 
d 5628 Lawson Hall Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va., was 
commissioned in his pre- 
sent rank up(» graduation 
fi-mn Naval R«erve Officers 
Training Corps Udt, Ud- 
versity d Lodsville, Ky. 

The commission was re- 
ceived thitwgh ctmpletion 
d the school's Naval Re- 
serve OtBcera Traidng 
Corps Udt, Udversity d 
Lodsville, Ky. 



Copland 

Navy Electrodes Teehn- 
iciaa Third Class RoAiey C. 
Copeiand, son d Mr. and 
Mra. BaUett C. CopelMd d 
512 Wootteke Roed, VU^da 
^ach, v^ fiaAiated town 
Basic lUttra^ f^- 
ddanSf^od. 

Copdand J(Am<I the Navy 
in I^eember 19^. 



L. 






^A^mmMmmMm^^tutAmMi 



B«»ch fta, Mtrch m, W71 



Zuper-DcKH^er carnival at Plaza Item^nta 





tUm enl^A^nAf teek to 
i^imI, l»eftw» it ina tt* 
imutal Partirt tMdMf'sAA- 
aneUtlMi euilnl «t PUm 
Elenentarr i^tool. 

Htrried pftr^s teard "I 
Mwt anotteFH^rtw" lad 
kids enJ^Ml tbe nuijr 

rldts, wUlettepu^atf fl^ 



ped a^y Jij hi} „ ,. 
kudu Iran ttf MpilB 
boiMks. 

Tte santval, teU ftronlO 
t.B. ilBtU 2 p.m., wwheU 
to ralM ftnds to Mp the 
PTA purchase special class- 
room supplies, pity groiad 
equipment and tbe like for 
Plua tamamitiy. the PTA 
hoped to raise about |1,000. 



grattt tcM (tf ILMO.t 

Host d 0» kMhs irpr« 
maamd i^ ^i^nts and tea- 
chnv. Parents dMatml 
co(Aies, ea^, ^cakes, 
etc., and Jack la ^ B« 
SMteonats <tooated the use 
at a eo^B cMHly nachiae 
much to ^ d^i^(tf the 



lers ipf eiM^ration 

Tl£ ta(^ Uaed tte tails 
(rf tlM seiMxA, ovM-flowed 
into Vm aMBtorium, atid Um 
poiiy rides, flwdQi to the 
sunshlBy day, were held (rat- 
side. Tbe pooys were court- 
ffiiy of Tapf s Pony Rides, 
^ Fountain Lane, Virginia 
Beach, 



Every kid, inckidihg VickiAmnonsof737 Latnplight Lam. IH(es to ride a pony. 
After leading ttre pony all day. Gail Harris may not agree. 



Free music, citnics at Little Greek 



"n* Scteol of Music at 
the Naval AmpbMms Base, 
Uttle Creek, wiflte homing 
ae 21st amraal Ail-Eastern 
Band and UstnohnstelClinr 
ic, to be held Mar. 31. thra 
Apr. 2. AU free pi4Ug- 
^itod ev^ wlU be held 
Id the AmphiUods Baselte- 
ater. These events i»ita(te: 

Thursday. Mar. 31, 1 p.m. 
concert, The U. S. Army 
Baod (d Washington, D. C. 



Friday, Apr. 1, S:30 A.m. 
ccm^rt, EaM BiHtai Hlfh 
&;hool BandfrmMMthCar- 
oUna; 11 a.m. cltole, Dr. 
DMald M(^:tf)ren. "Tnln- 
ing the Concert Band"; 1 
p.n. clinic (Dr. MtCtdtir^) 
"Playing and Teachii^ tbe 
Clarinet FamUjf"; 2 p.n. 
cUnlc, Dr. EagefteRousse«^ 
aazfl^ioiie techtdgMifizSO 
p.m. concert. School (rf Mu- 
sic ijabBand-.Sp.m.cMcert, 



Scboid frf Music Concert 
BMd tM Chor^. 

&itartey, Apr. 2 9 a.m. 
«^ert. U. S. Navy Steel 
&nd tnm New Weans; 11 
a.m. coMert. &,. Ittry's 
College Jazs Ensemble from 
Maryland; 1 p,m. cUnlc, Mr. 
Bill Tole, tnmbiNW tech - 
niqnee; 3 p.m. coM>ert, the 
V. S. Itavy BaaiJ C(»nmo- 
dores tmnWaidringtoii, D.C. 

The puipMe ctf the yearly 



clinic is to provide as- 
sistance to hi^ scbwl, col- 
lie and milita^ taod di- 
rectors sJKl instructors, with 
a view towaid Hn^rovlig A- 
meriam bdnds in ^eral. 
Many instructors have also 
found Qw clinic to be a u- 
nique tttcUng $ii, mi^m ttus 
opffsaiSsMj to iittroduce a 
few stfect jtudiints to tiK 
wtnrld (rf the pntfesslonal 
mtisidan. 



Kings sponsors youtti art show 



Stag's Bejaitment Store 
IB tbe iMdea BrMge alup- 



Idaas le spoasM' a gliaMIe 
art eoalwrt for loMlsdMMil 
^Mrea. 

A«y dUU iroaklBdergar- 
teii level Ibrosgl ibe ele- 



■eatery grades is eligible 
aad, abating In eflaleet 
ofltelalt. any ^dM has • 
geod dttbce to Mi Om fint 
pirlie. IHnBlag wtries will 
be Judged « the basis of 
origlBill^ aad taleirt fi» tbe 
pertlealar age gmep. 



Prtiae are: first plaee- 
a $m KlaTi gift eertifleate; 
seeeM pla^- a m Klag's 
gill eerlUMbtei Odrd prlie- 
a HO Klari gtft eertifleate. 

l^trles «iiit4t received 
by tbe st»irt?3tl»t«r IbfA 
Friday, Vedaesday. Aft. 8 



Coatesi wIpMrs wlU be an- 
MMMed tbe weekrad of i^l 
9,ltW. 

Tbe pabUe will have ample 
time .to enjoy the ediHMt, 
eMeb will be on display 
throogb April 2. 




^^teptianie Cud tries her luck 



Z1 
2 

flobf 



"Almost as good as a oircus" says Bruce [left] and Bryan Kay, 35 16 Bow Cre^ 
Blvd., sampling the cotton candy. 



J^ Hartscm helps GlenMcCtanan Jr take 
aim with a slirrgshotat one of the many 
"try-your luck" booths. 



Top bowlers ... 



Some lust 'mess aroutid' 



. . .afKf some 'hot dog'. 



Continued from pkge B-3 



Kvt Peters. 665, Uttle 
Creek; Pi^ Dowlen, 659, 
Uttle Creek; Tom Cirilli, 

651, Plata Bowl; Ricky M(»-- 
ris, tSt, tadlu River Lanes; 
Sk% Morton, 656, Uttle 
CrfUi; Brian Henderson. 653 
EHbiry S^iUlway; Darryl Yam 

652, cWtiry ^illvay; Tom 
Koima. VSi, PlasaBowl;^!- 
wM Nichols. 649, DAS Piers 
;tot Corlii*. 641, Pkza 
Bowl. 

DOUBLES EVENT 

Revlee Glrls-Marleae Ben- 
gat A Tammy Anastrong, 
591, Military Lanes; Mnrlee 
Be^ — Domi^ipe Langs- 
toa 4 jody Frye, 631, 
lUWary LaaM; Anrtbor WU- 
llaiM k We^l Fonst. 577, 
M^uir Uaes; teatem 
GIA — Jodi Sotzaoan 
A iinlee Doacaa, 951, Cen- 
tury %riUi»y; Stacey I^^r- 
stf A Limta Broi^, 931, 
PInai Bowl; lark Sagle A 
flt,ladiaa 
Beys- 

ndtord FM4^ A Brin 
IM. nun Bowl; 

low. I 

wMard I^^^M^d V wn^VH 
ttmm m^, ^m ANrt;fl^ 

1^ M.O.B. 

Ptwi; nuf mtn • 




ville, 1071, Military ^.aoes; 
Jadmr Beys~J^ CHmrt A 
Steve Cohick, 1235. Indian 
River Lanes; Mare Meadosa 
A Graig Cannon, 1224, N.O. 
B.; Keith Reasor A Riel? 
Williams, 1176. Plaia Bowl; 
Jay ViskiBT A Uek Bett, 
1153, LitOe Creek; Howard 
Parham A Randolfli PriM. 
1123, Century ^liUwi^; Eric 
Bason A Sbmi Fidds, 1115 
Oceana; Serin' cyrls-Cln- 
# Densmore A Melism amf- 
nn, 1313. Oceana; P^^^- 
nik A D^Me H^hmia, lai 
hum Creek; tUMa 2^tfin- 
m A Lynn Newton, 1230, 
Plaza Bowl; Doma GraiA A 
Joanna Stadey, 1227, Little 
Creek; Seriw B^rs-Mlke 
HaU A Bill AlthUw, 1306. 
Plaaa Bowl; Mck MSfer A 
Mike Holland, 1296. UtOe 
Creek; Scoit McMahan A 
Mark Faella, ItM. fttac^ 
Lanes; Jota Prestw A Greg 
AndunoD, 1291, taittan Ri- 
ver Laaes; Tanaqp fintA 
Robert Lvraoa, 1^ Mili- 
tary UaM; BarM SehM* 
A Kdly Beui. 1244. CeiMry 
S^Xtnf; Pat Jotmstoa A 
a;^ Mrton, 1244. LitOc 
Crcdc. 

JUtf tty tt how the AU 
a^ TomuneM Mded ^p 
aMtfMr «d te 1^ iVK- 
«i^1irttbwn»ttt» 
^^ ^ffaaneM la M^- 
tMs J«M. Lets hope 
mwiers ^n fm 
tt^ «a m 




B-m Cave, 2956 Uia uioryHoad, somas his^^^(^y$-^ 
messin' around' by whipping his skateboard thrm^ thm caim 
on Mr Trashhnore's soapbox derby track. 



Marltm Bvasco, 572 Watet 
d^gk^' to ttm skate boar^ 



kRmd. Im^ a M^ ^t 

srmttiM mMt, Trasfmore. 



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Virfiiaa ta^ Sai, Marek », 1^ :^%= i 



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ni8! 



ader cites high costs of dying 



i 



Etfitor, VirgiBia Beach SUN: 

For ttete mwths, I have been shopping for a funeral; 
tOTietimes I was Just a housewife who had reaS about the 
hJ|^ costs <rf dying and wanted to confirm, or ho|>efully 
refute, what I had read, Somrtliaes 1 had an uncle with a 
tmwinal Ulness, no mraiey airi nobody but me to piy for 
M« bBrttl (tri»). Sometimes 1 drove up in my U-year- 
old car aM sometimes I arrived in a late model "jp-estige" 
car. Maybe it was just my Im^ination, but it seemsrf to 
iftake a dilferetwe. I was told in one place that funerals 
could cost almost any amount 1 wanted to sp(»nd--ifl 
MS satisfied to drive an old car, 1 might be satisfied 
with a elwper ftmeral-if 1 was accustomed to a cadtltoc, 
I fottld prtAably want something In keeping with "my 
s^Jion in life." Some of the tl^s I saw would tsdce me 
«rt in far better style than I have fever managed to attain 

First, W me say that efery funeral l»me I called on 
tmted ne with politeness and consideration; evra when I 
i^ ttem I. was just bkecking to see if the thii^s I r#ad 
were so. If I asked a cpiestion, I got an answer. However, 
WH^^ aetuUy volunteered any information. We talked about 
emhalmidf , cremations, caskets, memorials, pre- 
arnH^lMg, aad raults. 

FMK^f iioittes do not advertise their prices, but they 
]ittU give yott a breakdown on Uie cost of their various 
j^rvlces. Their services include a long list of things- - 
traBsporting the remains, embalming, arranging for tun- 
ing (d tte intermeM site, picking iq> the family, keeping the 
visitors' r^eister, receiving and t^giog flowers, placii% 
of the (Aituary, ordering of death certificates, cars for 
the £imily, and, if you wish, they will vpftly for any social 
s^mrity, veteran's, and Insurance benefits you may have 
Mptag. Funeral service directors perform a necessary 
ssFvice aad these services all cost m<Miey. The more 
servl<»s you need, the more it will cost and nobody can 
4}aarrel with that. 



The Memorial Park 1 visited is selling to its property 
owners something they called an "Eterhal Rest Vault Bed" 
which elimiqates the use of a eonveotional cas^ and the 
conventional vault. Since 1 was Ml a property owner, 1 
could not Iniy the Eternal Rest Vault Bed from the cemetery 
(Yes, he did try to sell me property). Iwas a little skep- 
tical of this vault bed, but its seller was so enthusiastic 
that I investigated it further. 

In the t^ditioaal funeral service aost of us are ac- 
customed to seeing a casket fitted with a pillow and mat- 
tress upon iHikch a body rests in the funeral home or church. 
After a "vlewii^ tinie" of three or four hours, the casket 
is closed and taken to the final restii^ place; the mourners 
leave the site; ihe casket is lowered into the vault; the 
vault la si^ed and then covered with earth. 

According to the Federal Trade Commission, the funeral 
service and burial is the third lai^est expenditure the 
average foraily is ever called upon to make; the secoiui 
a cut. Of that service, the casket is the most costly. It 
seemed to me to be a waste oi tnoney to buy an expensive 
casket whidi would be seen three or four hours and then 
never se^ again, unless of course, somebody ctwcked out 
that "10 year warranty." Its a good bet that 99% of tlie 
jMK^e who saw it could not tell you w^t it looked like. 

With the vault bed the procedure, simply put, is re- 
vised. The raolt is made of polystyrene-the same material 
used in boats, planes, etc. --and is fitted with a pillow ami 
mattress is luxurious as that io a casket. The body rests 
on the mattress in the vault and the vault is idaced in a 
sightly oversized casket or "catafalque." The "catafalque" 
locdcs etactly like a beautillttUy hand-crafted casket, the 
difference being that you do not buy it; it is used for view- 
ing, only. After the final rites at the cemetery when the mour- 
ners have left, the catafalque is removed, the top of the 
vault bed is sealed, lowered Into the ground, and covered. 
The body of the deceased is not disturbed. Since the cata- 
falque has not been touched by the body, it is returned to 



the funeral home where it can be us«i again. You do Krt * 
buy a casket, therefore, the cost of a funeral wUl be ap- 
proximately half the cost of the average cohveatimial fun- 
eral. 

I ^estioaed the use of polystyrene and ducovered that 
it is far more durable than any other naterial used for 
tte making of caskets, even the most expensive casket 
will eventually deteriorate. I asked how people wouM ac- 
cept the tonrying of their loved ones in a "plastic box", 
I had not realised ^t infants have been buried in plastic 
Caskets for years and certainly they were no less loved 
than an adult. I questioned whe^r people would not think 
you were "cheap" if you did not go along with the expensive 
casket and conventional vault and was surprised to learn 
that those peq>le who had purt^ased the Eternal Rest 
Vault BOd when th^ had an immediate need had been from 
more affluent families with no need to impress their peers 
with an expensiye Aneral. 

i asked a lawyer if tiw whole thing was l^;al, and he 
assured me that it was. I asked ministers what they thought 
of them. One stated that he was for anything that would cut 
the cost of funeral npeosM—OM minister was for any- 
thii% that vovU oit Uie eoct tit funeral expenses— one 
minister i^is very moch against the vault bed because it 
can be purchased befor' a d«iUi and the price is frozen- - 
this minister felt that faaeral services should t>e made 
at the time of d^th because it helped the bereaved face 
the fact of dnth more readily... liajlw making arrange- 
ments at the time of death (toes help yw face the reality 
of death more quickly. Certainly, some of the prices I saw 
were enough to shock you into some kind of reality. 

It takes a long time to change customs, especially 
when they are customs which touch our emotions like 
funeral customs, but I believe the Eternal Rest Vault Bed— 
or something like it with a different name— is here to stay. 
The only question I had left unanswered was, "Wonder 
why nobody ever thought of this before?" and the salesman 
said, "They did, iii the 14th Century." 



Funeral hones nlso s^ caskets, vaults, memorial^ and 
special clothing for twrial. "ne oMst e^msive it^n U tte 
services and products provi<ted is the ca^et, and b|re is 
where it is a case of "L^ The Buyer Beware"--if | !»- 
reaved buyer is in any c<mdition to be wary. The (^sket 
rooms in funeral homes are beautiful- -lights play oi the 
tops of gleaming mahogany, brass, aad ct^per cail^s 
at Just the rigbt angle to further enhance their anear- 
ance— the foam ndiber mattresses and pillows are thick 
and luxurious. The prices of caskets in this area a|d as 
fkr w^as Williamsburg ranged from- |2S0 lor alvery 
unattractive wood«i box covered with a drab cl<^ to 
around ^,000 for a magnificent ccqjper casket withi 50- 
year warranty. I did not ask, but I wondered silratlf who 
would check on the warranty. I 

' The cost of dying does not end with the funeral hdbe-- 
there is still ttie cemetery costs. f 

If you do not have a cemetery plot— however, one^toes 
not call them "plots" any longer, they are now refipred 
to as "interment sites" - you must make this purtSiase 
also. You mi^ buy grave si«ce, crypt space, or in the 
case of cremation, um space. I also found that you ^ould 
check to see if whatjou are paying incluctes the oike^ 
of the interment site or if yOu will be required to i y an 
additional cost for care. 

The cemetery, as I knew it when I was growing n with 
its huge m<muments, little lambs on top of the " mb- 
stones" (now called memorials), and verses (some mes 
humorous) dedicated to the deceased, seem to be i ving 
way to the "Memorial Park" or "Memorial Ga den" 
Where the memorials are even with the ground. I p efer 
the Memorial Paiic interment sites because they Icm't 
look as cluttered and, as all memorials are the same|size, 
it helps eliminate class distinction. 

Carlin C. Kirkpatrick 
631 N. Witchduck Rd. 



Riverton 





hear 



By Mrs. Dennis L. HcCurdy 
Special to the SUN 

RobUiis Nursery was the setting for the March meeting 

Of tte Riverton darden Club. Mrs. Haroldine Robbins 

spoke to the group about perennials in Tidewater. 
i(mong the perennials s^q^ested for spring blooming 

is lunaria, commonly known as the money plant. Be- 
cause the seeds spread rai^dly, one would almost forget 

that it is a Uemial, blooming every other year. Mrs. 

Rabbins suggested pickii% the branches for indoor use 

juiri when the blooms are clear. 

' Other perennials suggested 4»r< ^tM ^WfcdJMywWy ss 
(Irass, fkBta daisies, ehady^, jMljwHMBMnM^ 
iii;iMil4w^. li^y.c^lS^llefliiiMK 

IlitdWedlng heart should be planted on the norQwe 

if.Ughris available. If not, then a northeast comer might 

be satisfactory. - ' ' 

Mrs. Robbins advised maiting the spots where peren- 

aials are planted to avoid digging them up accidentally. 

Perennials can be mulched, as they need a dormant sea- 
son; and aimnals can be planted over the ^pace. 

P^m Trojans lool 



For summer bloom Mrs. Robbins recommende<|various 
daisies, daylilies, crepe myrtle (theVirgtbiaBes^tree), 
also chrysanthemums. ^' 

If one prefers that chrysanthemums bloom fpir into 
the fall, she si^ested sninting the btooms. T^vplants 
can be kept back to about eigU inches until July^ZO. Also 
ai^ropriate for fall btoom art Oriental pon^ies, holly- 
luicks, hosts, and Chinese lantern. ^ ^^41^ 

Mrs. Robbins answered questions liised by c^ mem- 
bers. Evot though gardenias y^^ particularly hard hit 
by the extreme cold, she advisiar not cutung them back. 

Mrs. Robbins indicated that, if the liafk on an azalea 
t^.sd|t» it will lose moistur«^^|ff;p^^ cra%^^ring 

A 'gCK>d rule of thumb for combattini^^bgrass, she 
offered, is to get weed control into t|i|_ lawn before the 
Ibrsythla drops its blooms. ^4 

Some perennials Mrs. Robbins does notrecommend grow- 
ing in Tidewater are delphinium, baby's breath, adS statis. 

Refreshments were served by Maryellen Higgtebotham 
and Diane Shannon. 




Beach 
annual 

The Princess Anne-Vir- 
ginia Beach (PAVAB) Scout 
Council recently kicked off 
its annual Sustaining Mem- 
bership Enrollment (SME) 
Drive at a breakfast hosted 
by the Giant Food Market 
on Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard. 

The purpose of the SME 
campaign is to generate pri- 
vate gift sui^rt from fam- 
ily, friends and alumnus of 
Scouting. 

The PAVAB Office will be 

tmdce ni Building off Inde- 
pendence Boulevard for 
Packs and Troops to bring 
in their reports. 

PAVAB District Chair - 
man Hank Pezzella urged all 
to redoidile their efforts and 



scouts kick-off 
membership drive 

reach for an early victory. 100 concerned workers", preciation to all the 
"We have an excellent or- said Pezzella at the break- teers. 
ganization with more than fast, and he expressed ap- . 



DeDosit 'urban ore' 



in special dumpster$ 



■^mmmf»»:-x*msfffi:^i$CAmfimi(ims^^ 



• • • 




in St. Paddy's parade 



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By B0D LOWE 
SUN Band R^jwrter 

Hw annual St. Patrick's 
Day parade, iq>awored by 
tte TMeiwter Chatter (rf 
the Knights of Columbus, 
ms beht Ms pa^ Saturday, 
at Roriolk's Ocean View. 

The farade ^rted at 
NorasMe Jintor HighSchooI 
and proceeded up Granby 
Street to tbe Ocean View 
Amusement Park where the 
vltvlflg stend had 



placed; There were various 
floats, units, and bands f^m 
tlie di%rent organizations 
around the Tidewater area. 
Beach schools were rep- 
resented by Plaza Junior 
High School's Marchii^ Tro- 
Jau aad Trojanettes. This 
group of youi% students look- 
Mi very impressive to say 
the l«tst. Our Plaza unit 
was given the honor position 
in this year's parade for 
being selected as the most 
(wtstanding Jwlor high 



school band and drill team 
in last year's parade. 

Charles Warren, music 
director for Plaza, and Ca- 
roIynlCeen, director of the 



Drill Team, had their young 
charges in top form for this 
parade. The music was Just 
siqterb in every way, and 
their ai^arance could not 



have been better. It was 
very easy to see why this 
group was picked as the best 
in their class last year. 



By IVA HUNTER 
Special to the SUN 

Wolf^re Planation Gar- 
den Clab, in co-operation 
with ECOS, has made ar- 
rangements to provide Vir- 
ginia Beach with its first 
"urinn ore" collection 
point. -^ 

The "urban ore", better 
known as "trash", in the 
form of used paper, cans 
and bottles will be collect- 
ed in dumpsters in the 
parking lot of King's Depart- 
ment Store, located at 2356 
Virginia Beach Blvd. Mr. 
J(An Diamond; manager of 
King's has generously a - 
greed to allow ECOS to place 
dumpsters here. 

The first dumpster will be 



for the collection of news- 
papw,"; BMi(piz|nes, used 
jeartons and O^iefep^pcs- {xro- 
dttcts. A seoon^ dumpster 
for the collection of cans and 
glass bottles will be placed 
in the paridag lot later in 
the week. The public is urged 
to start saving paper, cans 
and bottles and take them to 
the collection point. 

Mrs. Iva Hunter, anti-lit- 
ter chairman of the Wolf- 
snare Plantati(m Garden 
Club, has been working with 
Mr. Danny Steiner of ECOS 
this past winter to make her 
club and community morea- 
ware of the importance of 
re-cycling trash. By this 
re-cycling , untold numbers 
of trees will not be ground 
into pulp for paper (one ton 



of paper saves 11 treosJi 
and vast q^u^ttes ot<^- 
tricity wiU notbeeij^ed 
to produce aluntimuii 11^ 
glass from their raw prop- 
erties. These are just two 
of the many advantages liiich 
are part of the re-c: 
picture. 

ECOS is a mm-profit, 
iness whose aim is toi 
ter knowledge of, and 
for, the envinmment. B; 
ning "urban ore" 
earns money to sponsor 
iotts educational progi 
Help do your part to 
America beautiful and 
tiful by maldng use 
trash collection dumpsters 
in the parking lot of KiNr's 
Department Store at London 
Bridge 



iS. 




FREE BEES 

W Can't Beat the Price 









If you ha\/e something to give away free, give your 
hometown new^aper a call, 54 7 4571. We'll include 
your item in oar FREE BEE section m the classified 
pages. Or, if you want something free, like a dog or a 
tat. check Vne FREE BEE columns in this issue d 
your community rwwspaper. 



Lots of strur from Brendaic^WT^ Wb 

h^cNf ' -nettm, fikza Jurmr h^. 



^Jie Marctw^ Trofarmttes of F^za jr. i-nfi tiy h^ #? NoriolKs 
St Patrk:k's paracte. 






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)^m 




iuc WM I tzn o MOST POPULAR FEA TUBE 



FREE 



Ml 
tub 



If fm hav« ft dog er cat or aqrtliiiiK yoy 

— t to gtw amy, wi wlli ran ^ur elass- 

IfleS «t ftteidirtely FREE. Yes, ^t>$ rifU, 

.vm'W rw ]r<wr «1 in Mr p<^lar FREE BEE 

99MMM1. Tbls is a jxAllc service provided 

91^ ^Mr bnaetown comnuwity Mvs^per. 

-n y(Mr FREE BEE ad will read Ji^tte 
rigM ^o^e who wiU provi(te a aie« ton* to 

— yoar aDinal. And il it's scMnetlriat ^1^ foa 
have to gvm away, your friends aad nelgh- 
tors will ai^reciate your geoenstty. So otU 
^.•^^1-4571 to place ywr FREE QEE «1 today. 

mi 



FREE STORY HOUR-tor 
cBlHfM to t«lp wprtc- 
inf^lianfflts, tor children 
agS^,3 to 6, on Wednes- 
d^ at t p.m aN Satur- 
dajv at 11 am. Chesapeake 
gj^dq aarters Library in 
Gw?al Bridlge. 

lUJ ' 

f Ma - two cats. One is 
IS solH black female, spay- 
^ijfter is a solid white 
male, nv^ered. Both cats 
areiwify gentle. Giving a- 
wa^becattse of allergies. 
N^V very loving home, 
olwto couple preferred. 
C«fliH7-5268 after 5 p.m. 

£Qua C^TE black, furry 
pups in search of a good 
bom7. Mother-Golden Re- 
trdWiir, itttier - big, Mack 
tettlur. PlMse call 488- 
42«ii__ 

I. 2.gray, JeoiAte. 
away. Call 424-«3a. 




FTpE PICTURE BOWC tor 
{^schoolers that ex- 
plains good eating habits 
and nutrition, "The Thing 
The Professor Forgot. 
> copies are available 
jftom: Consumer Informa- 
tion, Dept. Q., Pueblo, 
Colorado 81009. 

jraMEE-^cial 2 year old 

f^d*t hour at Chesapeake 

IHMiitpiarters Library in 

t Bridge. Every Tues- 

iy at 11 a.m. 

,05 

PPV' p^des free. Five 
weeks old. Better Ameri- 
atSfUM, tther GoUen 
S^uid. 2 mal^ft 
)hree femates. Call 499-- 
i^alter 2:00 week days 



Priv^e breeder will give 
free fanae to wild owls, 
tante, or any birds eot 
fHitol by owier. Als6free 
C|re lor taJaredUrds. Sta- 
te permttao. 00064 Write: 
Riek »i P.O. Box \UU, 
Ckesapeeke, Va. 23325 

L;ii.>Mi — 

naiALE E^^isb Setter. 
li-yrs. (dd. ^yed. Re - 
9)^^. Call 487-7009. 

OtEE-foyr Ubrador Re- 
"japs. Free to a good 
CaU 539-0422. 




! MOVIES every Wed- 
^.ay i& 12:10 p.iB. at 
Kia^Liteary, Ml, E. City 
Hitt Ave., Norfolk. 

,^ 

?REE to good hoffle-female 
ifi|>y 6 months old. Part 
Terrier aed part ^itz. 
ioves children. Small-good 
i^ehdeg. Woade wtth white 
kH-ehead. CaU M7-8363. 



TAILPIPES. Yott waidoae, 
we've gel a ^fe a^tee^ 
Jan. FREE, first ccwm, 

: hi^ Served. Iliese are 
rM^e i^pes to flt ma*j 

: mkts and mo^^Sea^ 

!'ou bring your old pipe 
o make your choice of «ie 
Bt these fine i4d p^ies^ 
C*ll CaptalftCasb, Frank- 
lin, Va., 582-6171. 



PUPPtES-Bkdc, one male 
nd one female. Ten weeks 
'(. M<MierKe«hoimd,fa- 
br St. Bemrd. Must see 
to appreciate. Call 340- 
4070. 



FREE BOCX-"Prophet 
EUJah Coming Before 
Qrist." Write Megfaido 
MlstiOB, 481 ItarstooRd., 
Rodl^er,V.T. 14619. 



KITTENS-aU siics and co- 
lors. Both males mi fe- 
males. CaU <M2'M7. 



TVD hoos^nrrtM kttteas. 
rIayM and i^atle. Free to 
a good hose. Om wtAe, 
one dark tri-ectered. CaU 
17-7662. 



t OKE mm aotf oae lar^ 
i eommereW petito Mete-, 
; CaU 4M-Mlf m>^-4963. 



1 THREE P49tea>fl|ttt 6er* 
< ; maa S fceptent nm to a 
> ' food hi»e. Cafi SM-4M1. 



' CATS-ttn Uadi - flzed, 
I woald Ulw to |o M pair 
• CaU 4M-7$1I. 



FBIE Uir ot kM* ap- 

vMkfvftMNerde 



• aMMTgy MM, int yw 
feopy to mA mt-^m 



• tf 



Al- 
».C. 



3 yr. old aMttm aise dog 
Mixsd lireM. FemOe, 
q«yed. AU shoU. Loag 
reddlA l»«<ni hair. Loves 
<^ioor$-aeeds ]«rd. Lft- 
es chiktrea. CaU 543-8191. 

FREE wool} - Used. Lacce 
pieces. Call 427-22U w 
428-0100. 



FREE LECTURE-(^)en to 
the puidic, on ^aday at 
3 p.m., qwBsored hy Oie 
Sclent(rio(y lliss^ of Va. 
Bncb. This lecture con- 
eeras "The P^eatial A- 
bUities of Man aad How 
He Can Realise Hem." 
and - the emotional tcme 
scale. Can 428-5231 for 
detaUs. 

FREE PUPPY- Metium 
sise, part beagle. Approx- 
imatefy 5 months oU: Very 
Mntle. Needs a good home. 
CaU 483-4582. 

FEDERAL TAX iafortta- 
tion aad assistance. Call 
between 8 a.m. and 4:45 
p.m. Telephoae 461-3770. 



BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 
nd. ^e yoor love nd 
hoiie fw oaraabaals. We 
aeed your be^. fmta - 
mouth Humane Society. 
397-6001 ■ 



FREE-Part Germn Shq>- 
herd, 9 rao^ old female. 
Good with ddldm, house 
trained. CaU 484-8267. 



FREE WEATHER REPORT 
Up-to-the-hour. Hampton 
Seada area forecast. Oai 
n6-1212. 



3 MIXED GERMAN Sh^)- 
herds female-8weeks old. 
CaU ^er sU 5^-6692. 

FREE-Baby Jars. Most are 
junior siie, few smaU jars. 
Good tor makli« jeUy. CaU 
420-6554. 

FREE-fNQiptes, mixed and 
sbqiherd. Both males and 
females. 9 weeks old. CaU 
482-1016. 

FREE TBEES-Cvtyonrself 
suitaMe for firewood and 
timber. CaU 463-1448 af- 
ter 4:30 p.m. 
to- rent 

F'ree to good home. Male 
coUie. CaU 483-2376 or 
399-2403, ask to Kathy. 



FREE - Kittens CaU «3- 
2376. 

FlEETOagmidhome.Fe- 
■ete Cock-a-poo, is 
iMBths old. 486-3400 



Mixed ta-eed fnmlepivffes 
Part husky. ShoU and 
vwmedL CaU4>3-67(n 



FME-MiattlBre shqAeid 
dog friMdly, good watch 
dog. CaU 421-3005. 

FEMALE -Cock -a -poo, 
qmded. 18 months old. 
Free to a good home, loves 
children. CaU 3M-7243, 

BEAGLE PUP-6 monUis. 
Great with children. Free 
to good hone. 486-7246, 
after 6 weekdays. 



H(%SE maaiffe. Exc^eat 
for ftower aad va^MUc 
gardea. LdcaMastf-Great 
Brid^. CUl «0-7037 af- 
ter 7 PM. 



FOUR aUMd br ee d pew i i ea 
UlM we^s M. Aayoae 
who can give ttem a good 
home welcomed. MeAn 
sised dog. Caa be scea 
nytime at 1204ICMipavUle 
Hd. 



FI^E year old female BK- 
ske.Beeadeelavel Older 
co^e with ao aUm ni- 
B*l> perferred. (^tt af- 
t9r* p.m. m-im. 



netmt R. Riiriejr nys: 
K^bi advanteyoar^M- 
tioaaJ - physical - m^al 
Ugb ienodtf-kiwpectate 
aad fow accidait nr^e 

dayi. ptEE moamm 

teU yoa how to fit mm- 
iwterlsed petwaatted 
Itehyttai ktrmMt. a- 
maal^itf a«:arMe. Write 
tor nv FRU Mo- 
CHUSE8 to : fUbm R. 
Bipiey, lac, P.O. Boi IM, 
Getxvflle. mr l«68. 




o-FraeBee 

MNMMHM 



FREE REMOVAL ^from 
junk mailing lists. Write 
to the Direct Mail Market- 
ing Association. 6 East 
43rd Street, New Yorti, 
NY. 10017 and a^ tor their 
"name removal fwm." 
They'll get Uie job done, 
no charge. 

BUYER PROTECTKMI - If 
you're in toe aaadcet tor a 
used car, there's a firm 
law to protect ym against 
odometer fixing, roUli% 
back the mUeage coimter. 
Write for the free folder, 
"Consumer Protectton Un- 
der New Antitampering 
Odometer Law," from the 
National Highway Traffic 
Safety Administration, 400 
Seventh S^. S.W., Washing- 
ton DC. 20590. 



(Hd IMeo BAW TV 
console, toeaa is 18" x 
16". 33" Ugh 4 28.5" 
wide. It worts, bat picr 
ture roUs. 484-0998. 



FREE-Dog. mixMl Iweed, 
6 mos. old male. Very 
affectionate, loves chU - 
dren. Free to a good home. 
CaU.4»3^5S3. 

'I ' ■ 

TWO DOGS-Part German 
^qiherd, 8 moi^s oU. 
1 amle and 1 female. FREE 
to a good home. CaU 482- 
4033. 



FREE trees and stumps 
tor firewood. Col your- 
self. Can 484-6«». 



FREE-Bcnes of clottes- 
work clothes, uprOii- 
mately 1^ 4rs, iUlstes 
of chiMreai etotts aad 
dresses. CaU 4a)-3844. 

FREE CHILDREN ACTI- 
VnriES-Story and movies, 
craft daysaadpivipfl stows 
CaU Children Co-ordtok- 
tor, Peggy Forehand at 
547-6562. 

FREE to a good home. 
1 1/2 year old male, short- 
haired, mixed breed dog. 
Loves cbUdroi. CaU 420- 
1442. 



FREE pi9py to good home. 
lUe, 6 mootts <M. CaU 
483-2212 after 5 p.m. 



CALICO eat-less tbu 1 
yr. old. Hoose cat. Very 
genUe. CaU 4K-1865. 



FREE-1 1/2 yr. <M male 
dog. Mixed breed, mediam 
sin. Good pet, frleadly 
aad playful. Nee^ good 
home with fenced yard. Has 
had shots. 421-31^. 

Ok refr^^or to Begtv- 
ea amy. Amniaf conyttoD. 
Yon fiek up. CaU 4i8- 

———"I ' I * I ■ " im ■■■■— ■ ■ iiiiiiM I 

FREE TRAVEL -calendar 
listing events scheduled for 
toe aUd-Atlantie area this 
wloteT aad spring. Copies 
are avaUable tqr writing 
Chesapeake Bay Bridge - 
Tumel, D^. HB, Cape 
Charies, Va. 23310. 

FREE Ubrary card eatit- 
tes yoB to aU Om books 
yea en read. Cobm to aay 
<tf oar four loeatiaas: 300 
Cedu- Road. Civic Ceater- 
Taytor Road A Portsmonth 
Mvd. - Westera Braach- 
Potadexter * Dee^or, 
Soatt NortoUc - tadiu 
Rivw Road * Sparrow 
Boad. Hew locattoa to Jaa- 
aary at Qeome Wadriflftoa 
^M^apiryHvy. 

" — "^ r- 

WHY SUFFER? Free 
"Provoker" magasiae. 
ValnaUe Mormattoa abovt 
p^sbas toproMsndtoods. 
HEKML rsmedies. Write 
Pronfcer Press, ». Ca- 
iherfaes, m, Oataite U» 
TC9. 



GERMAN Aqiiwd, 2 yr. 
aU. B^ek nd tea mut. 
AB sftots. umuti. Very 
good wttb mUtm. CiU 
4V7-1S19. 



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taKlMS! 

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tuttftammm 


MiNM 


te m mr,t0m 


KmlM 


ta«r*«.S 


idlftAe 


eheo nt ia »M 


Itf Md 


rmlMthm. fm k 




«« m imitmmm* 


•ndw^iveriiffrelnuaie 


Mag «Ha Mb 


Mnaf 


re^Mila "ilittriiii Pm* 


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,^nito: 


ft!**^ ?o^MP »»«. 



FREE OOf^female CU- 
tea, lute is part CU-tzu 
and maaehnter. Bothfira 
years. tOa. Need a good 
borne. CaU 487-6975. 



DOil'T PAY for U. Get it 
free at the H^d^arters 
Chesapeake P^lic Li- 
to«ry: erIglaalpalBttogsby 
local artists, HoUyw(»d 
movies, and scalptore to 
demrate your home. We 
also have loads of free to- 
foiwatioa to decorate your 
mind. 

NEED A FILM or speaker 
for your nettelub meeting? 
The Chesqwake IhOiUc Li- 
brary (tftorsfree programs 
on cultural affairs, movies, 
and ney books. 

FREE pwdes, 5 wks, oM 
Ready to teave. Seen at 
708 Stalittffl ltd. Chesa- 
peake, after 5:30 p.m. 



NEED TO USE an out-of- 
town telqihone direct(»y? 
We have a ton of teem $t 
the Chesapeake tollc Li- 
brary Headquarters. 

FREE COURSE - On per- 
sonal eftidtency and 
character traits for peo- 
ple over 21. Nd obligirfion. 
CaU 428-5231 or register 
at:200 64Uia., Va.Beach. 

5 BEAUTIFUL KITTENS- 
3 female mid 2 males. 
2 moMhsold. Balfsiniese, 
with Siamese marfctogs but 
not cChHv. ntEE to agonl 
home. CaU 488-6819. 

FREE EYE WFO-Basic 
tacts everyone Aonld 
know limA vft care frran 
toe Viiftoia Society for 
toe PrevartiflQ of BUnd- 
Mss. For nvrfrrse eo^ 
of "Yow ^ to aLito- 
ttme of Si^" #r^n^ 
veoft Blindness, Boii '"'" 
Richmond, Va. 23216. 



FREE-Fm- able people who 
vant to iMicome more able. 
Learn bow to imimnreyour 
Ufe, haadle pKrt>lems and 
acbteve your potential suc- 
cess to Ufe. AraUable now 
to Viii^nia Beach. Sevn 
bours pukedtoUetf useable 
date on cMttidnte^on, 
purposte aad goalsndbow 
to achtove thma. lUe ad- 
vantage of tUs o^ortonity 
to leafB bow to dmage aa- 
wanted conditions to nrnr 
enviroHBott. Free. With 
DO obUnttoa. to totoodnee 
seientatogy, toe |«Ios(»by 
you ctt ^Hdy to Ule. Re- 
gister at 206-l&Bd »reet 
orCaU428-5Ml 

FREE-Coomereial belt 
racks, five Mt. CUl 464- 
ttM. 



Two pqpf^. Hotoer to a 
Un poofie. 6 w^ M. 
taUscliRied. Readytogo. 
R«iBert #Md tsm. CaU 
488-08» after 8:31 p.m. 

<W1 WAY to make a free 
long tHstaaee .MnkoM 
a§ dtal m-m-Mto 
fliidortiltbep^rywi're 
caUiag ku aMl-fi«e<800) 
nmberr 

PupptM-IOxa^ lite, dd 
M^aadlnde.CaB«2- 
3904. 



SIX pi9plca, Co^S'-poOi 
S jrts. irid. CaU m-m» 

ater5:MP.M. 



FREE- Labmto iwW- 
ever, 2 yean dd. Good 
p^ aeeda a ^od home. 



■CraiE nmn a umta 
^totfr to 
•Hd to a 
gtmt eiMtey 
mnis Ql m 
nAw^aad mMc, PMe 
tern MM^^toHM . 

Mii^ ommw rn p m. 



MAKE SI, 

that meaui) a m h-hu iir.>i 
by. Help drive crooks 
eraty! For free member- 
ship tntmnattOB write: 
SmekMf B«Ar 1, CB Posse , 
HewWfarters, UOC NE ^ 
USthK. MUo 







MUffli.Fla. 33161 



fREE-Vl|dts to the Vir- 
|nla B^ch planeterium 
•very Tues^y and Suaday 
^rtog March. The Pro- 
traB is "As the Earth 
1^" wUch begins at 7 
p.m. miA night. Call 486- 
Wl to reservations. 



4yr, oU inrt shepherd and 
r^riev^. White male. Very 
fdayftf, very good with 
ciHdm. EiceUeat watch- 
dog. Neate home with room 
to • nm nd iday. OUl 42(h 
7887. 



FREE FUm i^ograms for 
kids at 9reat Neek, Wia- 
dser Woods and V|f|iBto 
Beadi brMdi Ubrarias ev- 
m SMuday maning. 
CottM^ l«>-2987 for to- 
formaBoB on film UUes, 
timn aad dates. 



FREE GAMES - to ^ke^ 
oat. Ptt,^robe. Mopepoly, 
S en, Badtga m^, qjriie 
Brawi^ , Raggi^ 'An, 
Cbns^ Sid)beir pwBttai aad 
nmnir ittwe at Chewpeake 
Headqttrters Library, 
Great Kidge CUldm's 
Roon. - - . 

2 SMALL A«y female 
dogs. Ow to a pmy. -To 
a good home. Cali 547- 
4872. 

FttEE Gerama Sbq^hntl, 
^ityad, female llfljn. 
(dd, free to good kome. 
Exe^ent pat. CaU 543- 
5»0 9. 

2-ftMcW-lialfeM 



ROOttUTE warned- ei^ 
mm JMmse, Dnbartoa 
(KeamsviUe) area. |125 
plus half oTutiUttos. CaU 
4W-1228 or 588-2889. 

AUTQ JUNK-We bay ^ 
ai^>s, tracks, buses^^ 
623-2297. 

BUY, seU, trade. SqipM 
^ off, state anarMtoto.^ 
Virginia Beadi's cttn - 
^ete coin, nd stenw shon 
m BnU, 1516 Tl^aroun- 
good Sbmiag Cento-. 464- 
2121. 

CWFmENTIAL AUStESS 
lttUtoirardiag,sii^e»C 

!S«HI, a«al38*£?- *^ 
i««ae, Va. 23325. 



'JMOBILE 

Supreme, iiui ^x.'i»er, 
cmife - control, tilt - 
stidMw, AM-«^»^ "•-- 
iwhaeto. 
_ ay mUaiifc, i,«ii,; 
some Landav roof, ezc»' 
lent condition. Askiin^ 
13900 or best offer. 428- 
7673. 

MUSTAK 1M7, ^ w- 

' rtts good. Medsln#mtt; 
tlM er best ^fer. t^ 
424-1921. 



NINE PART CoUie pup- 
pies, 6 weeks old. Bott 
mate and females. Free 
to a good home. CaU ^- 
3970. 



BE THERE when ttie bears 
wake up! Fre« color bro- 
dmreteUs yod aSoot va- 
catloaiBg to toe Great 
S«iktes, to ^viag or 
aaytiim. Write AshvUle 
Chamber id Commerce, 
lOU, AshevUle, N. C. 
288(H!. 



Free doidtle bed boxed 
qviags for toetakiitt.420- 
4988. % 



AUTO CRtKSHER-A-1 junk 
car : removing. AU can 
towed away fr«e. Falser' 
vice, 855-4011. 



INCOME TAX SERVICE - 
days or evettna, to my 
home. OtS registoediCaa- 
fidntial, rwaoa^prl- 
ees. CaU 482-2758. 

SHARE-Fenmle, 2 bed- 
room. North ead, Virgbda 
Beach. CaU 4»-ttSS after 
5 p.m. 

GUARANTEED to stdp 
amiAtog fireplaces. OU 
lirqdaces rehired. New 
firqiUc«s anddentdesign- 

ed ud bidtt. om m- 

7350. Vfrgiida Bea^Flre- 
place and Cbimaey Swe^ 
tn. 



CIRCULAR PRUmNG- 
Che^ oar prices and 
snapi9 offset qnaUty. We 
also ^M aewqapers Jar 
coUegM, hl^scbo^, ml- 
Ufery basM, ctarebtt, 
nybo^ wanttag a |8itf es- 
siooal prodnd. QoaUty 
tow priw, ^ sffirtM. 
(^HBlAete t]v«Mttii« tec 
iUties. Fm-.^teaW caU 
Kn Cvrtqr»«l-^l)or . 
NoiTto Bly (627-5^. 

TrPDKj - to myhmne. 
Mnaserlpte dc. CaU 4U- 
7SHaft«-9MfwedHlays, 
aqrtime wetiwBds. 

FREE SXtt CABE-make- 
W ai^eatioi JMnctlenB 
Learn mm»ttime» n- 
o^ to Ml earavMMM 

vidaM ^^«MMw (M- to- 
vtteaf^jMM«k.Xo(^ 
UitfBa.Ca«Ba8424-2llf 
CIHDT 428-1132. 



ladliMnl aa^ SmaU 
Bntfiwln M# 

AID 
BOpiSEPING 

antvicEs 

David M. Uadsey 
464-0138, 



t-umamrmm 



WW»*ltolecok 

es^. Wmmr udfaylor 







1^75 - D^CR - 16,060 
mU»i, like anv. aatonatte 
toctory air. 2 dow 9i^e, 
red wtth Mitte ii^nto, 
acrtftfte at $3,M0.' Call 
•M2-l^. 

PLYMOTTH - 1«6 V^ 
Wa. 1^„ imry Mod «•- 
moo, 1375. Can W7- 
9$82. 



CAWa - 1971, »00CC, 4 
#eed, good eoadttton-pod 
iBAsage. Itaw tU patot. 
V»S negotiable. CaU 
499-3<»4. 

VOLKSWAGEN BUS - 1970 
tm. Blaeaad vdi^i Good 

cktod^m. cm m-'Wi. 



69-FORD-LTD,, radto^ ale- 
trie wiadows, aatomatie 
trawsmtostoa, new Urea, 
mi eoadftkM. 1480. 485- 

CAOILLAC - M71 Fleet- 
wood BnNMain vntg- 
aace, MttS, wdl mato- 
taiaed. CaU49t-S636 

1976 - Dod^ lamlfy «i«0B 
6 fflontos (rid. Exedlnd 
coDdltton, Folly ielf a»- 
tatoed. Nbtofec dofWli,^w 
over paymeato. Call 464- 

' " III II iiyi - iiaii I 

CraYSLER « 1974 New 
Inter; air eoadtasi^, 

Ali-ni sterae^ oeile^ 
condition, cmiae v0rti. 
MlUtanr iiavlag,marisiA. 
|S.900aU484rd760. 

1970 OUMiOfilLE - 4 
door. D^n, radfe,afr 
power ste«nig aadbrakes. 
>Needs boity wiHrlc|lOO,CaU 
424-9454. 



IffiRCEIHS-lPM. 890 se- 
dan, comide^ ribidtt,aU 
tabeu, 14200, (Ml 587- 
»7I. 



sen CMna'ney]. <*>■ (ijii.- , 



■••navKULtT -1876,1/2 
pickup, camper sbeU, 
?S695. 420-276r 



KIT - 15' low profUecam- 
ping traUer, nod condi- 
tion, 1800. cm 420-7144. 



HARLEY OAVn»ON-1974, 
El«ctro..fUde, tow mUeage 
show room eciadnion, nie 
price 18100. Call 587 ■ 
438S. 



imuy Qw 

^5ivi» w ean %'. 
■ n. Commission si, 
£>««); asm*, address, anu 
teleiilMe BHaAer to: Box 
1327, C/0 Chesapeake 
Post, Chesapeake, Va., 
23320. "Small tovestment 



II- 



»».lUrtoeS«iUa 



CARAVELU -. 1974, 19' 
OMC oat-drive, 225 HP, 
bUy etpdaped, inflar, e- 
leetrie wlndi, fliU canvas 
cover, leas Om 40 bra. 
Uke new. |5500. 499- 
5389, 497-7908. 

GRADY WHITE -Ai«ler, 
1874. 120 1-0 OHC. low 
hoars. fnU cajma^.NQDlb. 
traUer witfceUdrieviach, 
many extras, mlat condi- 
tion. CaU 499-8^. 

CHRIS CSAFT - IMS. S<' 
Craijar, twto Chris Ciaft 
•Often. t|i»p,Ottw da- 
maml gonantor, S kw, fly 
bridge, many extras. Must 
see toapp»eetate.Call488- 



MANAGEMENT 
TRAINEE 

Start now on Job traUiing, 
rapid advaaceneat. 

•710 

MONTHLY 

Profit sharing, paid vaca- 
tion, many bweflts, 

CALL 424-4991 



18-l!< 



S^S 



72-PLYllCWTH FURY U, 

antomatic, 4 door, taUy e- 

qatpped, A/C, power steer- 

i ia(, pdver bcakns. Bk«1- 

vf fentt^'iiiiwm. {)m' -WA 
•m§i ' -^- ■■* 

VEGA - 1973, 40,000 ml.. 
cxceUent transportation, 
sew o]at<^ Jast iaspected. 
CaU 499-3296. 



1975 - Ford, 2 dr. Ifaver- 
ick. Bnrgmtfy witotuto- 
toior, 1 owner. 22,000mi- 
les. 3speed,All-F1lrad- 
to, Uke new. {few coat 
13200 wlU atil to^% 
ea^ CaU484-7»«orttS- 
8M0. 

VOLKSWAGEN - 18TO 
SanaraAadE^^ contittoo- 
ed, mm, stnli^tnn- 
minian, seeds revone, 
nod condition, fTfS, 947' 



HONDA - 1973 Vatebback, 
ntomatic, aeeili 'wwk. 
9400 negotiable. CaU «4- 
23U. 



BUICK LTD, 1975, Ught 
blue wito vdd» landM top. 
Air-rakWaned, m power, 
tilt wfeed, eralse control, 
nsMte «^. tttonev, 0- 
ri^nal owner. »,8?S. CaU 
5«h^ liter Ipm. 

i»7S DODGE ¥AH, ex - 
crtfeid comffifw, aisto- 
eo, eassette'^Mr. air 

m, Oi^Ad^and inetod 
«Brtftr. Heavy da^ op- 
tions. Posi-fraettoa, C^ 
463-1448. 

DOTGE-MariVn, 1971, 
tartjf top, feUy instftf ed, 
rowtopenqper afr-«m* 
mam, S/» aatomi^e 
te^mlttJoa, power sto. 
^tafud brakes. 92,000. 

(X^KMLET -1*75 ^a, 
rid. lAite, ttaSdM wbeds, 
AH^FM, ni6,4uMt^- 
mmei, taaM^be^ 
Mated traasAlssloa 
a^ifelWjp, toakeoifer. 



Wnrng-ftgm-^jM 

DODGE-1976, 1/2 too, 6 
eyl., 3 spaed, boBemade 



eanper skeU. grtat as 
mUeage. H.OW. C^n 4M- 



SIOI 



1970 FORD F.«00, tilt cab 
18 ft. atomiaam boi wlto 
roll 19 door, moo, wUl 

consider amrtuni of val- 
ve as partial payment, CaU 
547-764S. 



MANAGER TRAJHEE'S 
mn and woai«ilp«tldte- 
uUnitors repfedeatat - 
ing fertaat 500 compaw, 
vetumi •teUagreiiBon- 
sfbto IqdtvidBal to aSftt- 
tntetaf pMirani. Wo n- 
perteBjBe aeeessary. We 
WiU trato nttt. 1710 modh 
to *tait. Ihiapnant mn 
P«W^%«iito 90 «h^ 
CIU4M-49K. 



Lictna«cl 
Lite Agfntt 

Thiiteyour 
driiml 



We baw ma 
nr^fflat a 
4t.0N 



•IvnIytMiii. 
Tlo |if ospetiba 
*Maeellaetin 
•Morelacfi 



lUl 

in a Ufe 
exdba 




FREE LANCE art woik,- 
wenMdp«iplatodopa& 
yp. U^Mti proodtog, etc., 
for ow pctotfei donipny 
to Va. Baack. Inyoorhoma 
a year own time. If to- 
t««iMNl nsid reapar.^- 
^^■■I ifeBM tambtt to 
P.O. SoxSlSS, n. Baaeh. 
Va. 21452:' ^^^ 



BHkBIIIfTEK nd Itett 

jme«i s a.m, to 5 p.ni. 
Mast have owa traanor- 
tatlon. S47-0444 after 5 

PART 'HMfi-at home ^» 
A B(w« we«uy poMdbis. 
S«Bd^lfaddt«nadslui- 
ManvdQpe tot ft II &i- 
wtvttM. »« fralMd^ 
M., Cbai-iottesyffle. Vt. 
S903. 



CiniRITOOT coroitTft 
tooyock am-Eam «An 
money. SMl mtosct^Bens 
fe fdtfbometowanew- 
P>P». Che^pealn Post. 
Bif wa i m lai ten s. Cniam 
as tofldl u USOkmmk 
ta ftm mure time. CaU 
Jim ^on at SW-4S'n. 



«f. 



START NOW 



HMtaa, wattma, eod - 
tatt^^nttr^. Si^aUtm 
pe^mti. (fVm to not re- 
staarudwwfc) 

•710 

IMMTHLY 
Muy b eneflti , eon^lite 

CAU 424-4991 



WUmJAs IXnJdote to'* 
Jww-,iWa«ttoie right now 

ww«jwiraas*«rte 
•oWnt, ytrtyniareaau- 
tioas entek to Uston to 
^r^^opporta^. 

WHrai YOtfYB GOTHT- 
TEMS TO qiare, ffiad them 
rwd boraea wito oar Pm 
Bee Ad it ao cost to yov. 
CaU547*4BW> 



PREE BEE REAnCR 
Ihlventth care, dent be 
a_qiead^. Yob might ran 
""a Free Bee n^der! 



Trim Off 
hieh99. 

ft OU h^^pw to Yon WlUl 
Oar Ugb Itfoteto Natnial 
VlUmto 1M|^ Loss Pro- 
. pan. 

witbont atntiMw 
wilheal hnlpn'patos 
w^mtstorittUeni^lsto 
f1^ to %Tm pratota. aa- 
bfrntmrttilamam «Ui 
»> OWtolMl adWtvis. 
WtmWtAQmt^tm it it 
dNnTlwgMisriM. 

ai«t-flnt 



EXTRA CAra 
It's soeasy.l.uiverttMflK 
mm ywaolOBrvMaito 
tbf ^^mMm eolMias of 
yaar iMMna aew^^pn-. 
to pn^eiD^ no time y m, 
pw^ to t m nrtgMn M la i y d 
WiU tamr Mmt yo« hw to 
MIL YoVra «• toe rotf to 
otn «rtL..MB«o^ vriU 
rMd^adwdbvr* 



EARN 180 wesUy at hone, 
spare tine, itafOng e>v4- 
opes, bnraatlon rath 
11.00 and stonpod natt - 
addraswl Mvialopt to 
MOmtT, 4411 K. Bsneoek, 
Davaaport, Iowa S2807. 



HELP WANTED 
aace salss, ao dabttt u.^ 
sales people tockfet^ra 
rewa rd in g caretr wnk ana 
of the incier toanrnee 
oonpaatos to America. 
CaO 197-7061. 



UStkA inspected, 
top-«nuty 



QRAIN-FED 



atvlags on 
to yoiu- 




•-Wi 
grMs 



tiiy Uiree elderly todies 
to my home. Call S47 
8347, 



BABYSITTING • 5 days a 
week or part-time. Syrs. 
and up. Herriflelds'- 
Cimrchiaiv* £>-'"' rj»n4Ji4 
8195. 



DAY CARE tor elderly peo- 
ple. Eiperisoced aarses 
aid. My borne, dayorweek. 
CaU 482-1883. 



HOUSEWIVES -work flexi- 
ble brs., eantogeic. com- 
misaloa u Berttoe Fash- 
ion ttyUst. 2 wardrobes 
yearly wttbmt tovectONnt. 
CaU lor personal inter- 
view, 947-2417, 486-1045, 
487-.S709. 



HIRB DEPIHIIABLIIIOBX. 
ESS wttb Ctossifled Ads. CaU 
547-4571 now aad get feat 

resulte! 

HDUSBKEEPSS - Moa. 
ttiroagb Fri. 8 AM to 1PM 
Mint have own transpor- 
tation aad references. CaU 
404-6SOI alter 6 PM. 

EARN EXTRA MONEY- 
SeU subscrlptiflas to your 
bametown newapapar, 
Chesapeake Post and Va. 
Bafeeh Sn. Big commtos- 
iMs, Cu tii^ n madi w 
$200 a wedcjayoiff qnre 
time, Catt Jim Brows at 
547-4571. 

«ORK AT HOME to mare 
time, Eini|»Q.00pM^^ 
Sidling aBwApbi. Send 
29$|testoaindstif-i^- 
dranad eMehva to: R.P. 
SAm P. O.Ba« ia7 
MNTUlviUe. todtoan 41410 

' ' ' '^. . 

COMPAmON - FaU tine. 
Prtfarad nfaWe ag* feo 
■ntoi^ODnt sn d b jtor d] ^ 
•atory; Sntt NorfeOiarea. 
Fw ddcriy tody. 948-SS12 
aft. 6 p.m. 



WASTED 



Dart HB^^—J 

taid^HB' 
... EinVB^^ 



-^ __^ Mivery. 

*<» INrsomi. 

'Mct' ratrastov wit& tit- 
1 



«f ■ift 
BoM 



hf»- 



"(.'DOOI 



Mvt,, Vs. M^. 



iers wltlpre- 
BncfeiMrw,1Mto 
Odlar, iFdABrad 
airsat, Plorsaee, New Jer- 
sey 09918, 



¥¥ 



friM 



BABYSrrVING my bone. 
Monday ttomgbF^yiAU 
•ces. Ed|^lltld>'aairtb - 
taod area. CsU 494-9978. 

HOOSESTTTER ~ Mature 
respoasibto person wUl 
provide Uve to care for 
bouse, pets, planto. AvaU- 
able June- Aagust. 484- 
1947. 



Mjart|rfl«Qwgknite 

BE DfDEPENDENT- Oper- 
ate yoor own MtioaaUy ad- 
vertised eaiM aad ^pbol- 
•tory ctoaAg bnslanu. 
Low cask iwosineal. For 
detaUs eaU.941-8083. 



19-Local fenkraetin Classes 

ATTENnON'^Trato to be- 

cone Tractor TraUer Dri- 
ver-Dtosel Mechsnie - 
Heavy Eqataoant Qpara- 
tor-Mote] lianagemeot - 
tosnraace Adjvstors and 
Investigators. CaU 480 - 
3503. 



BATON TwfrUng, marcb- 
tof aad stnrtUig. SnaU 
classes and private las- 
soes. Forfertiwrtoforma- 
tiOB, eaU 4N^goi after 
7:30. 



81.frtvMi^rtf n^lfei 

'■^MnMnwHtoMnHm 

OPBtT piuolaafervetiMi 
on m temto by vary ex- 
perfeneatf piMlMit ndtea- 
cber. Qdl $43-7951, 



GOrfAR, _^ 
gn and Ami;; 



), piano, or 



rt 



vate ov.fioilp;inatiito4on. t 
EefBnars nM ainjHtod. ' 
Acettrn^ feacberk to r 
awdUaad,Va.Beiekiind : 
Ni»feUt areas; Odl 480- 
49», If no aasmr $88 - ^ 

S/tOi. 



DBlllUCnOftCLASSBI 
NaisosAi^AOpdalttak- 
OakHiUiMiealTfdiSn 
School, Gr«^ Brf^, $a- 
9196. ^ ; 



P"1«.QM^ 



Pete 



aiMOYED PUPS— AiU; 
'««cad. 7 veeto old. 
CM1M2-M0. 



SBERUN ITOBKY PVPS 
AKC registeed. ^^hunptoo 
Uood^ 1 totto. Ife- 
mato. Call 4tt-W97. 

ocnLtm nippss Akii - 

regiri^ed, sabto andiMte 
CtonkMMd^ taid^rmad, , 

Kit Uke blisio bid pret- 
r. CaU 8S9-2514 

TOY P(XH]|.S ^ 2 btock 
nato An: roistered puis 
CaU 857-64B0. ^^ 



(XKKER S0[»ANI£L-Pl9a, 
AKC registead, 4 males 
red ui btand. Aec^t- 
m dm^tti BOW IM- de- 
Uveit la April. 42S'-7l0e. 



ABTSaDIIAN KITTEII8 - 
CPA regi^red, Cbasqdoo 
sired, m-tJM. 

POODLES-WUte taf nua- 
n, AXC r^itered, 8 
weAs,H3-79C 



B061ON ^^BRIER PDPS- 
wormed. ^^.«U0. 



POOIMtB WaS-T^j AKC 
regtttm^ad mate^ bwvti- 
m> 153-1133 

POODLE PUPPIES ..(3) 
AJCCregtotered,|69.4if- 



I feaSTw ; 



545-4086 



SBEPHEROfi — 

1 Aale, 

each. CaU 



YOBXSIUkl tersigrs. 
AKC registered, ctansloa 
»»tood Oae, 6 wks. old, 
available tor vlewln now. 
pick up to AnrU. Fw tfs- 



POODLES - rare Mack 

#k4ud,9vaeksold.AKC 

»— Islered, Aote/worm- 

-iff^. IIOO each. CaU 



I (iffrB) 



PORTSi 

P^ ..ceToMng 

C'i - . hMrik OkM' 

ea BtartiHllkr.lMh.ror 

ferther Mmutloa eaU 

4M-t7« 



fl f » # 



» ^ f ^»%i§ll^^ip ^ * 



j^f PF*^ pi^pypp^i 



Saddte Club is sll al> 
torses, rWlm, shows, 
friends and fun. Horses 
boar4eil and trained. Pr 
fessional riding instr\j 
tioiu. 8000 Brt(^e Rd., Rt. 
IT Suffolk V«. CatJ Z-^R 
"55-4338 

-wiaN STALLIOW ■ 
M»eB AcresMa«^c.Stand- 
'■' '977, visitors wel- 
r«9t Bridge Stud 
-t'lvu.e, 401 ^^arrickRd., 
Great Bridee. Call 547- 



WANT to BUY A TRAIN? 
The American Freedom 
Train is for sale. The 23 
cars which housed such 
priceless objects as Ell 
Whltoey's cotton gin and 
the original telegraph can 
be hfid, minus enRlne, tor 
|?SO,000. It's j^sible one 
car maj be purckased. Af- 
ter logging 25,000 miles 
on a 2I-moBtJit9ar,aai)en- 
tertaining 6.8 iBilUoa peo- 
ple on board and another 
140 million at tra<ikside, 
-the American Freedom 
Train is slowly being strip- 
ped of its historic fteighl 
and awaits to be sold. Majr- 
be Mffleoae in Tidewater 
Virfinla nigbt want to buy 
all or part of it. II in- 
terested, contact the Uni- 
ted Transportation Union, 
14600 Detroit Ave., Cleve- 
Und, Ohio 44107. 



OLD OOLLS-FranUin D. 
Roosevelt signed papers 
and other papers. Old plc- 
tnrtr frames and oM 76 
racords. Call 4n-e«17. 



GRUNDIG STEREO -con- 
sole, Cqwertlfale stroUer- 
carrligc', Gamis table with 
cover,' Books, fiberglass 
drapes', Girl's clothing 
420-4968. 

ADDRESS LABELS-ose on 
everything, ideal gifts 
1,000 BeB»i*riy %IM, 
Saecial $1.S0. RaiaM^e 
,ed. DAWSON, Box 
; Chesapeake, Va. 
S332S. 



>i^; 



I DispUy Cabinet - 40" 
X 5' X Z' - $150. 2 Dis- 
play Cabinets - 43 x 13x 
54 - IKO for both. Cash 
rillster - National .Brand:, 

. •Iry- -.^2 ibr $Ml. CoHiter 
dlqiUy - lO'l" X 2'x42" 
I254L CaU 463-2613. 



m 



AHTiqUE COLLECTORS 
check the Want Ads weekly 
tor rare values. Turn back 
nowl 

taDLT's ANTIQUE SHOP 
OpM daily. S2M High St. 
PorteBoutb. All types of . 
aitlqiies, cut glass, china, 
ftownre. BM&anericard 
aad Master Charge. Call 
397-8027. 



If 




SEA^Portable Kenmore 
Disliwasber. Excellent 
eimUtioo,. like new. Har- 
vKJIt gold with dark bnnm 
foraiica top. 9165. Call 547- 
2205. 

STOVE-Antlque Pot BeUy, 
bams wood or coal. It 
work*, 9150.00, 426-7525, 
461-4244. 



99-Carate KamsMge 



GARAGE SALE - April 2nd 
•-S. Three family, 324 
Hospital Dr. Princess Anne 
Plaaa. Qoeeo siiefttr black 
spread. Baby needs. 



2t-Wanted To Biy 



:;CASH PAlD-fOr fnmi - 
ture, tools, iewelry, or 
any household Item. Qall 
461-3634 day or night. 



IF YOU KNOW HOW TO 
MAKE things work, advertise 
■<?m;vices" in tttWaat Ads. 
..!• 547^i71. 



Loians 

M>TC«ndAtfTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 



aWaeafc 
Plentv I 



lot grart Veni^. Ltftf- I 
ette Coin mm.' 420-9037 I 



'idUfemaaa- 
■■M Fishing, 
, games, TV, 
'iviag area, 
rooms, 
• iidws 



32.Hw«irT* Watches 



Cor Sale 

BRACLET Watch 
Gold 1" wide with pear 
shape ornament and dia- 
monds on top. Very vatu- 
ah!e Csll 5<7-ia02. 



Flowerlaf Stv 

OraainwtaJ* 

Houseplar- 

734 Ctda 



J, 

i, 



J 



fireplace, eat -in 
^.. ...... bay window, doub- 
le gar , wooded lot In quiet 
cul-de-sac. 962,900. ^'-"^ 
424-4601 No agents 

BAYCLIF'F 

1/2 baths. PaneUed iamiiy 
rm with fireplace, Dining 
Living, Kitchen, Break - 
fast and Utility rm. 1/2 
acre. ExceUeirt condi - 
tion. By Owner 481-1307. 



with 



for an entire year \i'i 
weeks) for dn'v S7 00 r?\\ 
486-3430 



Ring- ladies diamond sol- 
itaire. Platinum setting. 
Center stone 3,85. Side 
stones, .20 each Ap- 
praised In 1975 for 
911,550,00. Price-r,ZOO. 
Call 469-1748 or 4Z3-7113 



}3'GoodTUati1oEat 

^^H^HMHUMHBBHi 

OYSTERS-Shucked in their 
own Jnlce. Across from 
Hurd's Seafood Restaurant 
oft of Little Neck Rd. Call 
Earl Smith at 340-5171. 



YES IT'S TRUE 
Every week -advertisers 
get results from classified 
ads placed in your hometown 
community newspaper. Re- 
member when you have 
something to buy or sell, 
have misplaced something or 
have property to rent, let 
a classified ad in this news- 
paper prove its ability as a 
speedy, efficient salesman. 

SHOOT STRAIGHT 
Shoot straight for buyers, 
sellers, renters, finders. 
Use classified ads in your 
community newspaper to hit 
the target of poteiltial pros- 
pects In your neighborhood. 



INTEGRAL PART 
Yoar hometown newspa- 
per, with its reporting on 
the news and events con- 
cemlw family, ffiends and 
neighbors, is an integral 
part of the lives of the peo- 
ple it series . 



.ORK OUT OF 
Lit LV A little extra money 
can mean a lot of extra 
UviQl^ Earn extra Income 
in y*r spai^ time, Cell 



D1RT*PiLL, top sou, sand 
UutSscaptmr. Can 486 



S6-P«m 



1066 INTERNATIONAL 
Tractor with cab and air, 
doBl wheel*, XMO.lNMrs, 
excellent stamie, 917,000- 
Call Fttiiklln 5(!Z-(M'. 



MADRID - 

2 bedroom, 2 bath, maay 
extras, Just assliAtfe bal- 
ance, call 454-1961 after 
-4 pim weekdays; weekends 
anytime. 



■hhWNM'Hi^.A ■i«.*»'^'»w-^i'mwnwf*\ •*(*( 




SERVICES 



.^UARDIAN - 1976, 3bdrm. 
2 fan baths, can r